PyCharmSync is a simple tool for uploading changed project files to a remote host, about as soon as they change.
A simple tool for uploading changed project files to a remote host, automatically.
Paid versions of PyCharm can be set up to upload project files
as you change them locally.
PyCharmSync aims to do just that
sshpass and the
scp command on Unix based machines.
PyCharmSync will watch a project directory, track the files in
the directory and then upload the changed versions automatically
based on settings set in an
.env file in your root project
pip install PyCharmSync
Here are some settings for a project named
project_name on a
raspberry pi. The
.env file should be consumable by
[SSH] HOST = 10.0.0.200 USER = pi PASS = raspberry PROJECT_ROOT = /home/pi/project_name
The settings laid out above would map to the following command:
sshpass -p "PASS" scp FILEPATH USER@HOST:PROJECT_ROOT
sshpass -p "raspberry" scp /home/user/project_name/some_file.py email@example.com:/home/pi/project_name
Once you have your
.env file configured in your project's root
directory all you need to do is import
and then run it's
from PyCharmSync import ProjectSync ProjectSync.main()
If you are not running the
main method from your project's root
directory you need to pass a
cwd to the
from PyCharmSync import ProjectSync ProjectSync.main('/home/user/project_name')
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