I’ve got a bit of a unique use case. I work on a Python project from a GitHub repository in the Cloud9 IDE and I am looking for a way to have the file or project I am currently working on be automatically saved to disk whenever I save in the IDE.
The “Download Project” feature in the File-menu is great, and get’s me half way there. But what what I would really want, is for the files to be automatically extracted as well - or for the file(s) to be downloaded as-is, without compression.
The goal is to hit save, and immediately be able to run the project locally.
The way I’m doing it currently, is to write and save in Cloud9, but then copy-paste the code to my interpreter in order to run it.
Again, it’s a rather unique use-case, and I normally would not work this way, but does anyone have any idea of how I can achieve this “hack”? It may involve scripting or otherwise hacking the browser (Firefox), or via a “callback” of sorts to handle the downloading and unpacking of the project. Anything goes!