I have seen you have got the password from sourceforge.
If you want me to help in anyway, please tell me.
My account on sourceforge is lbruand, in case, it's helpful.
I have had a look at version 0.0.2, and I have added a very basic ant
I also have reworked the directories to fit with ant:
/ ___ src ___ com ___ jcraft ____ jsch
| |_ examples
tools - is used to build with ant.
To build with ant, simply type 'build.bat' in the root dir under windows
and 'build.sh' under Linux.
With / containes: the files:
build.xml <-- this is the main compilation file...
I hope this won't be a
I did a small modification to the sourcecode:
The version proposed on jcraft website has a stange feature for MyUserAuth
They stand outside of the main class and this feature proves to be
meaningless to my compiler. I took the liberty to change this : I have put
the MyUserAuth back into their homeclasses.
PS: My compiler:
java version "1.4.0_01"
Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.4.0_01-b03)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.4.0_01-b03, mixed mode)
I know I need to update but...
Thank you for your contributions, Lucas!
I have released JSch 0.0.3, which includes your contributions
and new functionality, remote exec.
In this weekend, I'm trying to redesign the class architecture
to add filexfer support and I had planed to merge those changes into 0.0.3.
However, I think it is important to make your contributions to be public
as soon as possible, so I postpone the merge until 0.0.4. Now, I can make
filexfer session and issue 'cd' request. I think 0.0.4 will be good starting
point to support filexfer.
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