[MERGE] Support for Putty SSH implementation
robey at lag.net
Thu Jan 11 03:44:24 GMT 2007
On 10 Jan 2007, at 9:03, John Arbash Meinel wrote:
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> Alexander Belchenko wrote:
>> Dmitry Vasiliev ?8H5B:
>>>> Alexander Belchenko wrote:
>>>>> Dmitry Vasiliev ?8H5B:
>>>>>> My code was based on SSHCorpSubprocessVendor and unfortunately
>>>>>> there are
>>>>>> different semantics for '-s' option. I'll update the patch and
>>>>>> add tests
>>>>>> for this case along with the fixes proposed by Andrew.
>>>>> No, this change does not helps. I have the same error anyway.
>>>> Hmm, strange... If 'plink -x -a -ssh -2 -l bialix -s
>>>> sftp' from the command line doesn't give you any errors then the
>>>> can belongs to the wrapping code which I didn't touch. Anyway
>>>> I'll dig
>>>> into it in a few days.
>> I wonder why do not provide support of sftp via plink in the
>> paramiko library
>> itself? IIRC, paramiko use OpenSSH when possible. So adding new
>> SSH provider
>> to paramiko may be more consistent?
>> Robey, what you say about?
> I don't think paramiko uses Openssh, bzr uses openssh and the passes
> that connection off to paramiko.
> Paramiko uses a "Transport" layer (which isn't a bzr Transport)
> which we hook into with SSHSubprocess.
Yeah, that's correct, paramiko doesn't tie into any other
executables. The idea was to be a pure-python implementation (except
for pyCrypto, which I incorrectly assumed was on track to migrate
into python's stdlib).
But I'm happy to support using only the sftp layer, like bazaar does
if it finds an ssh executable.
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