Opened 13 years ago
Last modified 13 years ago
#5254 new Feature request
Remote file editing from command line
|Reported by:||clamaver||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||remote edit command line||Cc:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:||Win XP home sp3|
I find very useful the ability of editing remote files.
But when I want to edit a remote file, I have to open Filezilla, open the remote site, and double click the remote file.
I can call Filezilla+site from a shortcut using a command line shortcut. Once filezilla is open, I can double click the file to edit it.
I'd like to call filezilla from command line to open a file in edit mode, not just open a directory.
This'd be a very useful feature. So, you can have icons on your desktop, that lets you edit remote files, using the good Filezilla remote edit (auto upload) feature.
It could be acomplished with a new command line switch.
I've not found any way to do this with any ftp client I know. But I think it can be very useful.
Sorry, I made a mistake, when I said: 'double click' I had to say: 'context menu|view/edit'.