On 26/07/13 20:27, Bruce Korb wrote:
Sending the patch to an open source project is the rule rather than
This list seems pretty dead. If still alive, I'd like to add a config file:
which would hold passwords in a layout similar to ~/.ssh/config
and the command line would be scanned for "[ \t@]XXX:" to detect
which host is being used. As you know
sshpass -p mumble
exposes the process information, but also:
SSHPASS=mumble sshpass -e ...
winds up in a history file and the -d and -f techniques are cumbersome.
Such code might not be a 100% cover of all uses of sshpass, but for
the remaining cases, using the "traditional" methods would still work.
So let me know if you want the patch.