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In article <02010917375003.00981 / pc3d.cesga.es>,
Javier Fontan  <jfontan / cesga.es> wrote:
>
>Hello,
>
>I need to use functionality like expect to use ssh and scp in one of my 
>projects, I started to play with pty, expect and expecter (borrowed from a 
>Matz message) but I had some problems with PTY (Child_changed and fork 
>errors) than couldn't solve. So I started to write an extension of libexpect 
>(that is bundled with expect program). Now works fine for me as I don't need 
>all the funcionality and only search for substrings, no regexp or such. It's 
>also function based, so only one program can be "expected". I will start to 
>rewrite it to make a class and add some more funcionality to it. What could 
>be better, to "imitate" the libexpect API into a class? so you can use all 
>the functions and parameters or a should I forget the parts I don't need?
>

- - It might be worth looking at the Perl version of expect. It's
  a "Mostly" perl implementation that uses some c code for the 
  tty stuff. It's in CPAN under modules/Expect. 

- - I think whatever you would release would be interesting. 

- - Booker C. Bense



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