PySSH is a Python library for programmatically controlling ssh and scp.
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Status: As of October 2004, Rasjid Wilcox is moving on personally and professionally. Since I seem to have touched it last, he offered to pass maintenance on to me, so here I am.
My 'touching it' was to restructure it as a Python "package", implement Distutils setup.py support, and add a module to use an ssh-agent session if one is available.
Release 0.3 includes Debian binaries (for Python 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3), an (untested) rpm, and the source in zip and tar.gz format.
Thanks to Rasjid, and Chuck before him, for this project!
Previously: In September 2002, maintainence was passed from Chuck Esterbrook to myself. I released version 0.2 at that time, but unfortunately have done little on pyssh since then. However, pyssh 0.2 works reliably under Linux, and works mostly okay under Windows. I plan to devote some time to pyssh in the coming months. Rasjid W. - 3 Jan 2003
Note: The CVS repository and docs have not been updated yet. Sorry about that. Rasjid W. - 3 Jan 2003
News: We have a release, CVS, source code, docs and a home page. 8/23/2001
News: The first release, 0.1, has been made. 8/23/2001
News: CVS has been uploaded with the initial code. 8/22/2001
PySSH requires Python 2.0 or greater.
The project is hosted at SourceForge.
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