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PostPosted: Thu Sep 06, 2007 7:21 am    Post subject: edit locally, run on the server Reply with quote

This is constrained implementation of an broader idea. First the idea consisting of the following:
- to be able to work locally (e.g. on a Windows PC with TextPad )on an entire project of any type of source files - e.g. Perl, Java , C++ , etc.
- to be able to check for syntax errors with one keyboard shortcut on the server environment - e.g. one shortcut would upload the entire project on the server and call the syntax checking command, as well as get the possible errors or success messages and bring them back to the TextPad's environment for jump to error line
- to be able to run the whole project (with any possible parameters ) with receiving any possible ok and / or error messages

So far my implementation is combariably small , but it works using winscp as the file transfer and server side command execution tool.

Any thoughts would be appreciated ...

package upDown  ;
use warnings ;
use strict ;
#Docs at the end ..

sub main
   my $self = shift ;
   my $cmd ="winscp /console userName\ /" ;
   `$cmd` ;
   for ( "./ok.log" , "./error.log" )
   {   dumpFile($self , $_ );
} #of main

sub dumpFile
   my $self = shift ;
   my $file = shift ;
   open (FILE,$file);
   my @rows = <FILE> ;
   foreach my $line (@rows)  {   print "$line" ;  }
   close (FILE);

main();      #action!!!



# Upload the code file , run the command on the server
# Download the command results , echo them from this script
#to be captured by the TextPad for jumping to the error row
#PREREQUISITES Windows + winscp + configured session
#Textpad + configured the following option Ctrl + 7 , perl $FileName
#Capture output , Regex: ^.+at (.+) line ([0-9]+)[.,]? , $FileDir , $
# - parametrize the code file name
# - how about a whole file folder project - e.g. uploading recursively ....
# - parametrize session name
#Note: the *. pl fileext is just for the Perl syntax highlighting ... you should have winscp in your path
#This file should be in the same dir as the Perl tool
# Automatically answer all prompts negatively not to stall
# the script on errors
option batch on
# Enable overwrite confirmations that conflict with the previous
option confirm on
# Change remote directory
cd /home8/24/userName/var
# Force ASCII mode transfer
option transfer ASCII
#upload the file
put C:\temp\temp\
call perl 1>ok.log 2>error.log
# Download file to the local directory d:\
#get both the logs \ to the end of the folders!!!
get ok.log C:\temp\temp\
get error.log C:\temp\temp\
#delete the logs
call rm -f error.log
call rm -f ok.log
# Disconnect
# Exit WinSCP

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