Remote-edit: skipping the host selection


#1

Hi.
I daily use remote-edit to edit files on a unique remote Unix machine.
Most of the time, during several days, I have to edit files from a same remote directory.

Up to now - or do I misss something- I recall remote-edit in the palette, select the host from the list (the list contains all the target directory on the unique host I have deal with during the month) and then select the file to open.

Is there a way to skip the host selection -aka always open the same destination from the list- to go directly to the browse of remote files ?

Thx


#2

If no one helps you here, you should ask this in the remote-edit repo.


#3

Thx
I already tried to find where in repo I can post this question… but new to Git… so if you can show me where I have to got to enter this question.
Thx
Phil


#4

It’s at https://github.com/sveale/remote-edit. For the future, you can find the repo by searching for the package at atom.io/packages or you can search for the package inside Atom.


#5

Ok. Already found it… but was reluctant to open an issue for a simple question.
But did it now.
Thanks for helping on this.
¨hil