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When debugging, I bet your routine is something like this:

    * make changes and save
    * upload with FTP client (maybe have to reconnect first)
    + reload web page that calls scripts

If he's using Samba, he probably doesn't have to resort to FTP. Just click the Save icon. He's going to have to hit Reload one way or the other, and he's going to have to make changes as well. Using vi/vim, he has to open a telnet (no no) or ssh (that's the ticket) session. So using vi/vim actually involves an extra step that he currently doesn't have to go through with other Windows-based editors.

I'm not slamming you, cLive ;-). I ++'d the node. I just wanted to make it obvious to everyone that what you are recommending (which is the process I use) involves a step that is not necessary due to the use of Samba.

All of the above is based on the assumption that I have not missed something glaringly obvious, which is highly likely and - sadly - becoming the norm for my life.

If things get any worse, I'll have to ask you to stop helping me.

In reply to (shockme) Re: Perl/MySQL Development Environment by shockme
in thread Perl/MySQL Development Environment by Tomek

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