Project Release Information
This release switches from Groovy to BeanShell. This usually requires
rewriting of dssh.groovy, but very simple tweaks are needed. This caused
the memory footprint to drop significantly, and the load time is twice as fast.
This release also adds Solaris platform support.
The parameter -v is more verbose than before: It prints what authentication method succeeded. It does not try to authenticate using su or ena, if the agent has no password for that particular user. When using -v, it explains what's wrong.
This release adds support for the AMD-64 architecture on Linux.
This release adds scp mode by popular request (just add -s and it should work as a normal scp command). Recursive mode is not yet supported. It has been ported to the latest Trilead SSH library (which is a successor of Ganymed SSH). It is the same code base, but package names have changed and few features were added.
A batch mode option and a code cleanup.
DSSH was written as a direct replacement for the