[UPHPU] Development Environment
jonathan at bluesunhosting.com
Thu Mar 24 17:33:01 MDT 2011
You might as well have top posted and said, "vim is better than emacs", without trimming. ;)
On 24 Mar 2011, at 16:57, Merrill Oveson wrote:
> I'm the one who started this thread. I didn't think it would so involved....
> In any event, thanks to everyone for your suggestions.
> I was able to get netbeans to automatically do an sftp transfer from
> my windows 7 to my linux web server on a save.
> It works great - no more vim.
> Thanks Again! This list is great!
> On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 11:29 PM, Jon Jensen <jenseng at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Mar 23, 2011, at 10:36 PM, Jonathan Duncan wrote:
>>>> I tend to use a small portable drive that I store my virtual machines on, I then
>>>> carry this drive between my desktop and laptops. This allows me to have
>>>> everthing local and have a stable environment that I can take anywhere, version
>>>> the env, share with others and do pretty much whatever I like with it. It does
>>>> require the machine to have something like virtualbox installed, that would be
>>>> the only draw back. I do like the ability to have it setup for one dev
>>>> environment and I dont have to have all that stuff installed on multiple
>>>> machines. Kinda best of both worlds.
>> dropbox +1
>> For me the "what if i want to work from different machines?" question is moot, since my working directories (and by extension my git repo's) are synced via dropbox. I can start something on my laptop, move to my desktop and back without having to even think about it.
>> As others have said, there's no right way for everyone, so if you have something else that works, kudos to you.
>> <snark>Though I still think local development is better and those who dislike it are doing it wrong ;)</snark>
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