On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 4:45 AM, Roddie Grant <rod...@myword.co.uk> wrote:
> I've asked this on the BBEdit list and got no reply, so perhaps it's a Git
> question...
>
> I have BBEdit configured as my editor in Git when working on my local
> repository, so it fires up for commit messages etc.
>
> But when I'm working on a repository on a remote server, Vi fires up. This
> is OK, but not ideal. Is there a way I can get BBEdit to fire up on my
> laptop even though the repository is remote?
>
> BBEdit can certainly connect to the server on (S)FTP - I often edit server
> files this way. How do I get it to co-operate with Git?

It's non-trivial. The commit remotely would need to initiate a
connection to your laptop, and that's tricky. Most likely you'd have
to create a connection to a remote pty and get git to talk to that
local pty.

Have fun.

Mike

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