From: Peter Graves <peter@ar...> - 2002-09-09 20:39:19
Starting with this snapshot, when you open a file via ssh/scp, you'll
get a transcript of the session as it starts up.
If things go well and the file or directory you specified is opened
successfully, the buffer containing the transcript is automatically
closed and replaced with the buffer containing the file or directory
If there's a problem, or if you cancel by hitting Escape, the
transcript will remain visible (unless it's empty, in which case
there's not much point in keeping it around). The idea is that the
information in the transcript may be useful in determining why the
connection failed, or you may want to paste it into a bug report... ;)
In addition, the ssh/scp code has been refactored a bit so that j can
recover more cleanly if a connection fails, or if a pending connection
Finally, j now recognizes a line ending with '$', ':', '>', '#', '%'
or ']' as a prompt indicating that the session has been successfully
initialized, in the case where the remote host does not prompt for a
password. You should arrange for your shell prompt on the remote
server to end with one of these characters.
Thanks for your support.
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