From: Mark W. Alexander <slash@do...> - 2004-10-15 18:49:43
You may have noticed that I sent a few messages about enhancements
recently. Rasjid responded, noting that he is currently unable to
continue working much with PySSH and asked me to carry on carryin' on.
I'm honored to accept, so meet your new maintainer ;)
The enhancements have been commited to CVS. Note that this involved a
major restructuring of the CVS directory structure, so if you should
ever need to go back to 0.2, it is tagged with the un-imaginative name
The Files page has also been updated with release 0.3 and includes
binary Debian and RPM packages, along with source in zip and tar.gz
archives. I have not tested the RPM, so any feed back would be
appreciated. It's built for Python 2.3. See the Release Notes for
specifics about changes.
Nothing what-so-ever has been tested on Windows or Cygwin. I'm curious,
though: What platforms are people using PySSH on? The more I'm aware of,
the better I'll try to verify they work properly for future releases.
Mark W. Alexander
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On Saturday 16 October 2004 04:49, Mark W. Alexander wrote:
> Greetings PySSH'ers,
> You may have noticed that I sent a few messages about enhancements
> recently. Rasjid responded, noting that he is currently unable to
> continue working much with PySSH and asked me to carry on carryin' on.
> I'm honored to accept, so meet your new maintainer ;)
Thank you Mark for taking this on.
Canberra, Australia (UTC +10 hrs)
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