Noodle build of PuTTY suite, with chrome style UI and group-able and searchable session management. Mac Version: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/noodle/id1048842988?l=zh&ls=1&mt=12
- draggable chrome style tab bar
- auto cmd for ssh and telnet
- session management with original PuTTY settings
- search bar for contents
- send input to all the open window
It's an amazing tool. I can easily manage my hundreds of sessions. But hit a problem when importing sessions. Everytime I import a new session, the putty-nd will not response. The session should be directly written into windows registry and I'm using win7. Not sure if it's a common problem?
This is very useful software, I use it everyday and like the functions.
I love the tab interface and the toolbar commands. Yes there are some bugs, but I have been able to find different ways to avoid these. For example you can create your own "template" connections and copy those, instead of the using "default" connection. I do use commercial programs to manage ssh, rdp and vpn connections, but these are too complex to just manage ssh connections.
I am pretty happy with this project. I was looking for a simple way to sort my putty sessions better, which putty-nd accomplishes. Just simply being able to group them in a folder is a huge plus. On top of that, the tab interface makes using multiple sessions a breeze.
This is generally one of the best in all putty forks I've used. But it has some bugs which is hard to live with, like termination of one session will break the rest, it's been there for a long time. I'm using tmux with mouse support now, and it can completely replace this.