I like NeoTree, it’s simple and does what I need in terms of side-bar file browsing. But it’s got a particularly annoying problem that I finally decided to take a stab at solving.
In day-to-day use of Emacs, I rely very heavily on projects and workspaces. These are at the very core of my workflow and navigation. I have many Git repositories that I operate in and move around. Those are translated to “projects” by Projectile, and in turn those projects are tied to “perspectives” (think workspaces/virtual desktops), provided by Perspective.
There’s some native integration from NeoTree so it plays…
Well, it’s been quite some time since I blogged! I figure I’ll jump back in with a short ‘n sweet post.
Remote connectivity to your home network is something I think a lot of people find desirable. Over the years, I’ve just established an SSH tunnel and use it as a SOCKS proxy, sending my traffic through that. It’s a nice solution for a “poor man’s VPN”, but it can be a bit clunky, and it’s not great having to expose SSH to the world, even if you make sure to lock everything down 🤔