Emacs has the
scroll-all-mode, which scrolls two buffers synchronously.
I would like to edit about 8 files on 8 different hosts synchronously. This can be achieved by running
cssh. Is the same possible with Emacs using Tramp?
By editing files synchronously I mean that I type one word and the word gets inserted in 8 different files opened in 8 different buffers. And when I move the cursor, the point in 8 different buffers are moved. And when I mark a word, 8 words in 8 buffers are marked. And when I kill a region, 8 regions in 8 different buffers are killed. And when I save one buffer all 8 buffers are saved.
I know that I can copy the files with
scp, but the files are not identical. Just some parts at different positions are equal.