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Sublime Text - WebDavSync

This is a small Sublime Text plugin for syncing your sublime project directory with a directory on a WebDAV server. That could be useful for WebDAV-based hotdeploy environments. All WebDAV (network) activities are queued and done in an own background thread, so the UI keeps always responsive.

Installation

Manually:

Copy the content of this repository into a folder called WebDavSync in your Sublime Text packages directory. (Open the menu /Preferences/Browse Packages to determine the location of your packages directory)

Via Package Control:

Find WebDavSync in the Package Control installer and install it.

Setup

Create a *.sublime-project file (see http://www.sublimetext.com/docs/2/projects.html for further consultation) and add a webdavsync section to the settings.

{
    "folders":
    [
        {
            "path": "/path/to/your/project/root",
            "folder_exclude_patterns": []
        }
    ],
    "settings":
    {
        "webdavsync":
        {
            "host":"yourwebdavhost.com",
            "protocol":"https",
            "path":"/path/to/your/webdav/root",
            "username":"yourusername",
            "password":"yourpassword"
        }
    },
    "build_systems":
    [
    ]
}

Open this file with Sublime Text (Project/Open Project) and from now on all files in your local root director(ies) are automatically uploaded to yourwebdavhost.com/path/to/your/webdav/root each time you save it there. If folders do not exist on the server, they will be created, before the file is uploaded there.

For example:

  1. The local root path is /projectdir - see folders section in your *.sublime-project file

  2. The local file /projectdir/static/js/app.js is saved

  3. The remote root path is /version1

The resulting webdav resource path is https://yourwebdavhost.com/version1/static/js/app.js and the remote path /version1/static/js will be created if necessary.

Features

  1. Basic and Digest authentication
  2. Uploading files and creating folders

Not Implemented

  1. Digest auth-int
  2. Deleting folders and files