Thanks jamis, 

This is one of the most useful libraries around. Big congrats on 1.0 


On Mon, 7 Feb 2005 09:07:53 +0900, Jamis Buck <jamis_buck / byu.edu> wrote:
> Net::SSH 1.0 is finally available. From version 0.0.1 released back in
> June until now, there have been many, many changes and new features,
> and this latest release is the most stable, most SSH2-compatible
> release yet.
> 
>   User manual: http://docs.jamisbuck.org/read/book/1
>   API: http://net-ssh.rubyforge.org/api
>   Project page: http://rubyforge.org/projects/net-ssh
>   Subversion: http://www.jamisbuck.org/svn/net-ssh
> 
> This release has the following new features and significant bug fixes:
> 
>   * Password can be programmatically specified for the
>     'keyboard-authentication' method.
> 
>   * All unit tests pass on Windows now.
> 
>   * Channels now respect their own local window and maximum packet
>     sizes, and report reasonable values to the server. This fixes a
>     bug that caused problems when large quantities of data were
>     requested of the server and certain server maximums were being
>     exceeded.
> 
>   * Client name is determined in a more robust manner.
> 
>   * Fixed hostbased bug.
> 
>   * Authentication process is now aware of the authentication methods
>     reported by the server as having a chance of succeeding, and no
>     longer attempts those methods that cannot possibly succeed.
> 
> Various other minor bugs were fixed as well.
> 
> Net::SSH now enters the "maintenance" phase of its lifecycle. I do not
> have any plans at this point to add new features to Net::SSH itself,
> but if you have any ideas that would make it better, please don't
> hesitate to submit a feature request.
> 
> Enjoy!
> 
> --
> Jamis Buck
> jamis_buck / byu.edu
> http://jamis.jamisbuck.org
> ------------------------------
> "I am Victor of Borge. You will be assimil-nine-ed."
> 
> 


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