> Searching a tool to edit DTML on MS-Windows, I read:
> It says that HTML-Kit can edit files through FTP. I found that it can only
> retrieve files, without being able to browse directories, and that it
> save back files with FTP. Absolutely not a competitor for GNU Emacs.
> Or did I miss something?
Maybe the newest built of html-kit (from 29. Nov).
The changes file suggests that ftp-support is now very
good. (save/load/update ... everything you can do with a
local file seems now to work with remote-files too).
Look at http://www.chami.com/html-kit/news/
A very interesting feature for zope seems to be the following:
" Ability to map local folders to remote servers, for the purpose
of previewing files with server-side scripting through the server
("Edit | Preferences... | Preview | Edit Preview Rules...").
The user interface for this option has not been finalized."
HTML-Kit is free and very customizable, I really like it.
The developer is very responsive and there's a load of plugins
available - chances are that any modifications to make it
play better with zope can be incorporated.
And it's free (as in beer).
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