let me rephrase the question then...
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How hard would it be to change scp, so that, if -T were used instead of -t,=
to do 2 things?
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#1 - If "../" were found in the remote path, error out.
#2 - Preface "./" to the remote path, after the host name.
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Forget about whether or not it's what some might call the right thing to do=
or not. Could it be done? How trivial would it be?
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If it could be done with a minimum of fuss, what would it hurt to do so? =

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I'm stating that there is a need for this option. I'm stating that I'm cer=
tainly not the only one who would end up making use of it.
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Thanks,
Larry
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