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+-From: "Jeff Barrett" <JBarrett@...> --
|_Date: Thu, 7 Aug 2003 16:09:53 -0700 _____________
|I've modified JSch.java to take an optional properties file to
|override default properties set in JSch.java. I've attached
|both the new file, and a diff between the old and new versions
|of JSch.java. Let me know if there are any questions.
Thank you for feedback. However, I have hesitated to integrate that patch
into the source. In these days, I'm interested in porting jsch to J2ME
platform and 'java.util.Properties' is not available on some J2ME
Now, jsch is running on PersonalJava and J2ME/CDC. For example,
I'm enjoying jsch on Sharp Zaurus PDA(SL C-700, PersonalJava 1.2).
If you are interested in this work, you can get the source code at
Please look at 'com.jcraft.jsch.bc' package and 'examples/Sample.java'.
You will find that this work is based on BouncyCastle's Lightweight API.
To compile 'com.jcraft.jsch.bc' package, you need BC package from