isarkisov wrote on Thu Nov 27 01:20:50 CET 2008:
Hi guys, I just started using Epic Perl module for Eclipse and having troubles creating a Perl project located on a remote machine. Here is what I did: 1. New Project 2. Typed Project Name, and unchecked "Use default location" 3. Changed file system to "RSE" and pressed "browse" 4. Created a new "ssh" connection to a remote system 5. Was able to connect to that machine and select a folder where my perl project is. 6. Press ok and finish Result: "Creation Problems- Invalid project description" When I click on "details" it says: 'rse:/hostname/blah/blah' is not valid location. The location is relative to undefined path variable 'rse:'. What can this be? I am able to create a General remote project to that location without problems. I tried to create a general project from that location and then changed its nature to Perl Nature, but that has drawback like: ide doesn't check perl syntax. Please help.
jploski wrote on Fri Nov 28 09:08:50 CET 2008:
EPIC is not compatible with RSE. The main reason is that EPIC uses a LOCAL Perl interpreter to check syntax and perform other tasks, so the source files must be available via a local file system. If you are on Linux, then you can use sshfs to mount the remote directory locally.
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