[OS X TeX] Web hosting etc

Bernhard Barkow bb at creativeeyes.at
Sun Oct 7 03:32:34 EDT 2007

On 2007-10-06, at 23:38, Alan Litchfield wrote:
>> Exactly; but if it is just for a few files and you don't fear the  
>> command line, the plain simple ftp program from the command line  
>> is IMHO the easiest way to do things (repeat: as long as there are  
>> only a few files to transfer).
> Oh I wouldn't say that. ftp or sftp are very efficient applications  
> for transferring files, large or small, small in number or large  
> and even whole sites or complete directory trees. And it is  
> particularly useful if you find you have to tunnel into a server  
> with telnet or ssh.

Right of course - from previous postings I was just suspecting that  
the command line is not Alain Schremmer's preferred way of working on  
the computer…

> But if you have an aversion to Terminal applications, have a look  
> at Transmit. Nice Finder like interface, stable and plays nice with  
> lots of different file systems. http://www.panic.com/transmit/

This looks neat, though the main features are also available in  
Cyberduck, I think. But it's certainly worth a try!


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