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[Subject] Posted 06/23/2004 at 19:55 by DenverDave Down
I stumbled on hapedit by accident. I am a constant user of CuteFTP Pro, which I mostly quite like and was wondering if HAPedit might be an alternative.

Considerations are:
Can we edit remote files on our servers? I know do most of my editing this way, connecting to several servers simultaneously and periodically downloading the modified code to my local PC for archiving

One of the features of CuteFTP that I HATE is the path to the file being edited on the server is not displayed. So if I am editing two files with the same name simultaneously, sometimes I lose track of which one is which. Why CuteFTP does not display the path in the title bar or status bar I don't know - have requested this bug fix sense version 3. HAPEdit seems to do this.

Syntax highlighting - HAPEdit seems to be much better with php files than cuteFTP's default editor.

Anyway, I thought I ask and see if others have used CuteFTP and if I'm on the right track that hapedit could be a good replacement.

Thanks
DenverDave
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• [1/1] Posted 06/25/2004 at 12:47 by Daniel Up     
Hi DenverDave,

> I stumbled on hapedit by accident. I am a constant user of CuteFTP Pro,
> which I mostly quite like and was wondering if HAPedit might be an
> alternative.
>
> Considerations are:
> Can we edit remote files on our servers? I know do most of my editing this
> way, connecting to several servers simultaneously and periodically
> downloading the modified code to my local PC for archiving

No such feature is not yet implemented.
HAPedit is build to edit local files. Addon "FTP Man" allows to send files on the web and addon "Archiver" allows to archive local files.

But, you are not the first one to speak me about this feature, and I think this is a good thing to do. Please wait and see.

> Why CuteFTP does not display the path in the title bar or status bar I
> don't know - have requested this bug fix sense version 3. HAPEdit seems to
> do this.

Yes; and also permissions file and size.

> Syntax highlighting - HAPEdit seems to be much better with php files than
> cuteFTP's default editor.

Syntax highlighting works fine. I have improvements to do, but the main things are.

> Anyway, I thought I ask and see if others have used CuteFTP and if I'm on
> the right track that hapedit could be a good replacement.

Not yet, but stay tuned, because it should be

All the best.

Daniel
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