This is a discussion on Re: OpenSSH port to the .Net Platform - openssh ; I did search, apparently not very well. I found three commercial libraries, but no Free ones. Interestingly enough, SharpSSH was what I envisioned calling a project, and it already exists. Thanks for the links. I shall research. dmp --- "Douglas ...
I did search, apparently not very well. I found three commercial
libraries, but no Free ones. Interestingly enough, SharpSSH was what I
envisioned calling a project, and it already exists. Thanks for the
links. I shall research.
--- "Douglas E. Engert"
> Pomerantz Daniel wrote:
> > Thanks for the reply,
> > I'm actually using PuTTY on the computer hosting this eMail right
> > PuTTY is fine, but it is a C program. As far as I can tell, it is
> > more callable from .Net than OpenSSH is already. I have a need to
> > customize OpenSSH, particularly sftp. Sometimes I may be wanting
> > send/receive a file directly from code, but other times I need to
> > with the individual bytes that are being sent or received. I have
> > that in C, but C# would be much easier for *me* to integrate with
> > projects and debug.
> > After I wrote the intiial eMail, I thought about the issue some
> > I came the the conclusion that porting OpenSSH would likely not be
> > difficult. No offense to the hard work that the OpenSSH developers
> > have put into the product, but because of how wonderful the code
> > porting it to C#, making calls more .Net based in stead of C API
> > creating classes to do the work in stead of procedures would
> > be quite simple. The more difficult part (to me at first glance)
> > be to do it in a way that allow future versions of OpenSSH to be
> > integrated in. I would like to avoid a pure fork, but I'm not sure
> > possible that is. Any further advice would be appreciated.
> > dmp
> Did you Google for C# SSH
> There appears to be some some implementations, both comercial
> and open source.
> > --- "Douglas E. Engert"
> >> Any reason you don't start with PuTTY? Its already a Windows
> >> based ssh client. Goolge for PuTTY and for PuTTY gssapi
> >> http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/
> >> http://www.sweb.cz/v_t_m/
> >> A C# based program might be interesting, as long as it follows
> >> all the SSH protocols.
> >> Pomerantz Daniel wrote:
> >>> I am interested in starting a project to port stable versions of
> >>> OpenSSH to C#, compilable as a stable .Net Library. I was
> >> wondering
> >>> what the list's feelings would be on such a port, if any one else
> >> would
> >>> be interested in such a port, and for any suggestions on raising
> >>> interest from others to perform such a port. I have nothing
> >> against
> >>> Java and would welcome a similar effort from that arena. I am
> >> tempted
> >>> to suggest Java / J# only, but I feel that would alienate many c#
> >>> users. Any information or advice would be appreciated. Please
> >> bcc:
> >>> this eMail address in any replies. Thanks!
> >>> dmp
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