Tramp

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I have just learned about Tramp. An extension to Emacs that let’s you edit file remotely. Very nice. Kate can also do it through the fish KIO, but sometimes Emacs is such a good editor.

If you normally edit files on remote server and you like Emacs, check Tramp. I don’t have special attachment to any editor yet and I really can’t make full use of any of Vim or Emacs (the two editors I use most). I think I should sit down for a couple of weeks and learn Emacs.


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