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# do not edit -- automatically generated by arch changelog
# arch-tag: automatic-ChangeLog--robey@lag.net--2003-public/secsh--dev--1.0
#
2005-04-18 00:53:57 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-164
Summary:
fix some docs
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-164
remove some epydoc comments about fileno() being non-portable.
modified files:
ssh/channel.py
2005-04-18 00:30:52 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-163
Summary:
add SFTPClient.close()
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-163
add SFTPClient.close() and add a simple little unit test for it.
modified files:
ssh/sftp_client.py tests/test_sftp.py
2005-04-18 00:11:34 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-162
Summary:
avoid os.environ['HOME'] in the demos
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-162
avoid using os.environ['HOME'], which will never work on windows, and
use os.path.expanduser() instead. it's semi-moot because windows doesn't
have a standard location for ssh files, but i think ssh should set a
good example anyway.
modified files:
demo.py demo_simple.py
2005-04-16 23:38:22 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-161
Summary:
integrated laptop work (test commit)
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-161
Patches applied:
* robey@lag.net--2003-public-master-shake/secsh--dev--1.0--base-0
tag of robey@lag.net--2003-public/secsh--dev--1.0--patch-160
* robey@lag.net--2003-public-master-shake/secsh--dev--1.0--patch-1
test commit
* robey@lag.net--2003-public/secsh--dev--1.0--base-0
initial import
* robey@lag.net--2003-public/secsh--dev--1.0--patch-1
no changes
modified files:
README ssh/server.py
new patches:
robey@lag.net--2003-public-master-shake/secsh--dev--1.0--base-0
robey@lag.net--2003-public-master-shake/secsh--dev--1.0--patch-1
2005-04-10 00:46:41 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-160
Summary:
1.3 marowak
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-160
bump version to 1.3 / marowak
modified files:
Makefile README ssh/__init__.py ssh/transport.py
setup.py
2005-04-10 00:39:18 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-159
Summary:
clean up SFTPAttributes.__repr__
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-159
clean up SFTPAttributes repr() a bit.
modified files:
ssh/sftp_attr.py
2005-04-10 00:13:54 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-158
Summary:
remove ChangeLog from MANIFEST.in
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-158
remove ChangeLog from the dist list.
modified files:
MANIFEST.in
2005-04-06 07:24:28 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-157
Summary:
change SubsystemHandler/SFTPServerInterface API
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-157
change the API of SubsystemHandler to accept a reference to the
ServerInstance object during construction. this will break all code
that currently creates subsystem handlers (like sftp servers) -- sorry!
lots of little doc fixups (mostly indenting).
modified files:
ssh/server.py ssh/sftp_server.py ssh/sftp_si.py
ssh/transport.py tests/stub_sftp.py
2005-03-26 05:53:00 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-156
Summary:
rewrite channel pipes to work on windows
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-156
the pipe system i was using for simulating an os-level FD (for select) was
retarded. i realized this week that i could just use a single byte in the
pipe to signal "data is ready" and not try to feed all incoming data thru
the pipe -- and then i don't have to try to make the pipe non-blocking (which
should make it work on windows). a lot of duplicate code got removed and now
it's all going thru the same code-path on read.
there's still a slight penalty on incoming feeds and calling 'recv' when a
pipe has been opened (by calling 'fileno'), but it's tiny.
removed a bunch of documentation and comments about things not working on
windows, since i think they probably do now.
removed files:
.arch-ids/demo_windows.py.id demo_windows.py
modified files:
MANIFEST.in README ssh/channel.py
2005-03-25 20:06:56 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-155
Summary:
fix sending of large sftp packet sizes
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-155
fix a bug where packets larger than about 12KB would cause the session to
die on platforms other than osx. turns out that on most platforms, setting a
socket timeout also causes timeouts to occur on writes (but not on osx). so
on a huge write, once the os buffers were full, ssh would get a
socket.timeout exception when writing, and bail.
since the timeout is primarily so we can periodically poll to see if the
session has been killed from elsewhere, do that on a timeout but otherwise
continue trying to write. large packet sizes (in sftp) should now work.
modified files:
ssh/transport.py
2005-02-28 08:06:08 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-154
Summary:
even better 1.2 lapras
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-154
re-bump the version # to 1.2 (with a new date since i added more stuff).
add 2005 to the copyright date in a bunch of files.
modified files:
Makefile README demo.py demo_server.py demo_simple.py
demo_windows.py forward.py ssh/__init__.py
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/ber.py ssh/channel.py
ssh/common.py ssh/dsskey.py ssh/file.py
ssh/kex_gex.py ssh/kex_group1.py
ssh/logging22.py ssh/message.py ssh/pkey.py
ssh/primes.py ssh/rsakey.py ssh/server.py
ssh/sftp.py ssh/sftp_attr.py ssh/sftp_client.py
ssh/sftp_handle.py ssh/sftp_server.py
ssh/sftp_si.py ssh/ssh_exception.py
ssh/transport.py ssh/util.py setup.py test.py
tests/loop.py tests/stub_sftp.py tests/test_file.py
tests/test_kex.py tests/test_message.py tests/test_pkey.py
tests/test_sftp.py tests/test_transport.py
2005-02-28 07:49:56 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-153
Summary:
tweak sftp_file write behavior on large blocks of data
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-153
BufferedFile.write() wasn't correctly dealing with the possibility that the
underlying write might not write the entire data block at once (even though
the docs said it would). now that it's working, make sftp_file take
advantage of it in order to chop up blocks larger than 32kB (the max allowed
on sftp) and add a unit test for it.
modified files:
ssh/file.py ssh/sftp_file.py tests/test_sftp.py
2005-02-28 07:17:21 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-152
Summary:
little doc fixes
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-152
stupid little doc fixups that didn't fit with the other patches.
modified files:
ssh/auth_transport.py tests/loop.py
2005-02-28 07:16:22 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-151
Summary:
fix race in transport thread startup
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-151
set active=True from the methods that start the main transport thread, right
before actually starting the thread. this avoids a race where the main
thread could be started, but the original thread could wake up from the
event.wait(0.1) before the new thread actually set the transport active.
impossible, you say? no machines so slow exist? au contraire, my sad
little linux box faced this problem earlier today.
modified files:
ssh/transport.py
2005-02-28 07:14:11 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-150
Summary:
when combining stderr with stdout on a channel, merge the buffers too
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-150
when turning on combine-stderr mode on a channel, grab the channel lock and
feed any existing stderr buffer into the normal buffer. this should help
applications (and my unit tests) avoid races between data coming in over
stderr and setting combine-stderr.
_send_eof is now slightly safer too, although i don't think that really fixed
anything. it just makes me feel better.
modified files:
ssh/channel.py
2005-02-28 07:09:02 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-149
Summary:
add thread ids to logs
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-149
add a logging filter that reports the thread-id of the logger, and use
that for all ssh logging. since thread-local stuff didn't appear
until python 2.4, i hacked up my own little version to assign incrementing
numbers to threads as they log.
modified files:
ssh/channel.py ssh/sftp.py ssh/sftp_client.py
ssh/sftp_server.py ssh/transport.py ssh/util.py
2005-02-26 21:12:43 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-148
Summary:
forgot to check in stub_sftp
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-148
yikes! don't forget to check this in: needed for unit tests.
new files:
tests/.arch-ids/stub_sftp.py.id tests/stub_sftp.py
2005-02-26 21:11:04 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-147
Summary:
1.2 (lapras)
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-147
bump version stuff to 1.2 / lapras.
modified files:
Makefile README ssh/__init__.py ssh/transport.py
setup.py
2005-02-15 15:48:47 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-146
Summary:
raise better exception on empty key
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-146
raise a clearer exception when trying to create an empty key.
modified files:
README ssh/dsskey.py ssh/rsakey.py
tests/test_transport.py
2005-02-15 15:47:02 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-145
Summary:
add methods for sending/receiving a channel's exit status
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-145
track a channel's exit status and provide a method (recv_exit_status) to
block waiting for it to arrive. also provide a convenience method for
servers to send it (send_exit_status). add shutdown_read and shutdown_write.
fix a bug in sending window change requests.
modified files:
README ssh/channel.py ssh/transport.py
2005-02-06 23:32:22 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-144
Summary:
fix docs
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-144
clean up some of the docs.
modified files:
README ssh/pkey.py ssh/sftp_attr.py
2005-02-06 23:30:40 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-143
Summary:
fix an sftp unit test
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-143
fix one of the sftp unit tests to actually work.
modified files:
tests/test_sftp.py
2005-02-05 07:45:20 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-142
Summary:
fix windows sample script's HOME
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-142
fix the HOME environ var to work on windows too.
modified files:
demo_windows.py
2005-01-25 05:17:55 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-141
Summary:
misc logging fixes
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-141
change the level of some log messages so interesting stuff gets logged at
info instead of debug. fix an oops where channels defaulted to being in
ultra debug mode, and make this mode depend on a new Transport method:
"set_hexdump".
modified files:
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/channel.py
ssh/sftp.py ssh/sftp_client.py
ssh/sftp_server.py ssh/transport.py
2005-01-17 10:09:09 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-140
Summary:
more flexible logging
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-140
some tweaks to make channels etc follow the logger setting of their parent
transport, so that setting the log channel for a ssh transport will
cause all sub-logging to branch out from that channel.
also, close all open file handles when the sftp server ends.
modified files:
ssh/channel.py ssh/sftp_attr.py
ssh/sftp_client.py ssh/sftp_handle.py
ssh/sftp_server.py ssh/transport.py
2005-01-16 21:03:15 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-139
Summary:
make loopback sftp tests the default
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-139
change the unit tests to default to always running the sftp tests locally,
and make a -R option to force the tests to run against a remote server.
the tests seem to work fine locally, and it helps test out server mode,
even though there's a danger that they could get isolated from reality
and only test that ssh can talk to itself.
modified files:
test.py
2005-01-16 20:14:07 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-138
Summary:
doc fixups
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-138
little doc fixups that i did obsessively on the train one morning.
modified files:
ssh/file.py
2005-01-09 05:27:07 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-137
Summary:
added listdir_attr()
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-137
add SFTPClient.listdir_attr() to fetch a list of files & their attributes,
instead of just their filenames. artur piwko would find this useful.
modified files:
ssh/sftp_attr.py ssh/sftp_client.py
2004-12-19 19:56:48 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-136
Summary:
loopback sftp test
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-136
add ability to turn off more tests, and a secret (for now) -X option to do
the sftp tests via loopback socket. added another symlink sftp test to see
what happens with absolute symlinks.
modified files:
test.py tests/test_sftp.py
2004-12-19 19:50:00 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-135
Summary:
more sftp cleanup
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-135
oops, this should've been part of the last patch.
modified files:
ssh/sftp_si.py
2004-12-19 19:43:27 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-134
Summary:
cleanup & docs in sftp
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-134
add some more docs to SFTPHandle, and give a default implementation for
close() that's usually right. add a flush() to the default implementation
of write(). document that symlink's args in the sftp protocol are out of
order (the spec is wrong).
modified files:
ssh/sftp_handle.py ssh/sftp_server.py
2004-12-13 07:32:14 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-133
Summary:
unit test madness
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-133
add some more testy bits and fix up some other bits.
modified files:
tests/test_transport.py
2004-12-13 07:31:01 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-132
Summary:
oops (continued)
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-132
er, part 2 of that.
modified files:
ssh/server.py
2004-12-13 07:29:38 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-131
Summary:
move check_global_request
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-131
move check_global_request into the server interface -- i missed it during
the initial move (oops).
modified files:
ssh/transport.py
2004-12-13 07:27:39 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-130
Summary:
small fixups
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-130
move _wait_for_send_window into the right place in Channel. remove outdated
note from auth_transport. fix download url in setup.py.
modified files:
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/channel.py setup.py
2004-12-12 09:58:40 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-129
Summary:
1.1 (kabuto)
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-129
edit various files to bump the version to 1.1.
also fix to point to the new url.
modified files:
Makefile README ssh/__init__.py ssh/transport.py
setup.py
2004-12-12 09:38:24 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-128
Summary:
more unit tests
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-128
added unit tests for multi-part auth, exec_command, and invoke_shell.
modified files:
tests/test_transport.py
2004-12-12 09:32:17 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-127
Summary:
doc fixups
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-127
fix some typos in sftp_client docs
modified files:
ssh/sftp_client.py
2004-12-12 09:25:15 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-126
Summary:
server support for stderr & exec_command
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-126
for the server side of my stderr blunder, add send_stderr & sendall_stderr,
and make the sending side of makefile_stderr work correctly.
also, call check_channel_exec_request on a server object for exec requests
on a channel.
modified files:
ssh/channel.py ssh/server.py
2004-12-12 09:16:03 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-125
Summary:
add client-side multi-part auth support
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-125
added support for multi-part authentication (even though nobody supports it
that i've seen). on a successful "partial" auth, the auth_* method will
return a list of acceptable means to continue authenticating.
modified files:
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/ssh_exception.py
2004-12-11 03:44:33 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-124
Summary:
docs fixup
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-124
fix a comment typo, and add @since designators to a couple of new methods.
modified files:
ssh/channel.py ssh/sftp_server.py
2004-12-11 03:43:18 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-123
Summary:
clean up authentication
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-123
add new exception "BadAuthenticationType", which is raised when auth fails
because your auth type (password or public-key) isn't valid on the server.
used this as an excuse to clean up auth_password and auth_publickey so their
'event' arg is optional, and if missing, they block until auth is finished,
raising an exception on error.
also, don't close the session on failed auth -- the server may let you try
again.
added some test cases for failed auth.
modified files:
ssh/__init__.py ssh/auth_transport.py
ssh/ssh_exception.py ssh/transport.py
tests/test_transport.py
2004-12-10 08:30:44 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-122
Summary:
symlink, readlink
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-122
add support for symlink command, and finish support for readlink. (i guess
i started readlink a while ago but forgot to add the right method to the
SFTPServerInterface class.)
modified files:
ssh/sftp_server.py ssh/sftp_si.py tests/test_sftp.py
2004-12-10 08:27:43 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-121
Summary:
other part of that last patch
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-121
oops, forgot this part.
modified files:
ssh/transport.py
2004-12-10 08:25:28 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-120
Summary:
add stderr support methods
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-120
big embarrassment: i didn't read the ssh2 docs close enough, and all this
time ssh wasn't handling "extended_data" packets, which contain stderr
output.
so now, several new functions: recv_stderr_ready() and recv_stderr() to
mirror recv_ready() and recv(), and set_combined_stderr() to force stderr
to be combined into stdout. also, makefile_stderr() to create a fake file
object to represent stderr.
modified files:
ssh/channel.py
2004-12-10 07:55:33 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-119
Summary:
reformat README
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-119
reformatted the README to a slightly smaller margin, just because.
modified files:
README
2004-12-09 04:15:12 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-118
Summary:
fix SFTPFile gettimeout/settimeout
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-118
i don't think the gettimeout/settimeout calls on SFTPFile ever worked.
also, simplify the implementation of _get_size() since it's nearly
identical to stat().
modified files:
ssh/sftp_file.py
2004-12-09 02:42:36 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-117
Summary:
readme comments
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-117
add another fixme to the readme
modified files:
README
2004-11-26 22:07:31 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-116
Summary:
doc fixups
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-116
explain "recv_ready" better, and add debug descriptions for the kex codes.
modified files:
README ssh/channel.py ssh/common.py
2004-11-25 19:39:34 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-115
Summary:
fix CONNECTION_FAILED_CODE
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-115
oops, fix typo in channel request failed.
modified files:
ssh/transport.py
2004-11-22 07:40:39 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-114
Summary:
fix typo in channel
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-114
fix typo that alain found: pipd_wfd -> pipe_wfd.
modified files:
ssh/channel.py
2004-11-22 07:27:21 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-113
Summary:
sftp server support!
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-113
finally check in sftp_handle (file handle abstraction), sftp_si (server
interface), and sftp_server (server implementation) -- all of which make
a roughly 90% implementation of server-side sftp.
new files:
ssh/.arch-ids/sftp_handle.py.id
ssh/.arch-ids/sftp_server.py.id
ssh/.arch-ids/sftp_si.py.id ssh/sftp_handle.py
ssh/sftp_server.py ssh/sftp_si.py
modified files:
README demo_windows.py ssh/__init__.py
2004-11-22 07:07:08 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-112
Summary:
add finish_subsystem()
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-112
when a SubsystemHandler is being decomissioned (the client has closed the
channel or transport, or the socket went away), make a callback to let the
handler do any shutdown it needs to.
modified files:
ssh/server.py
2004-11-22 07:04:31 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-111
Summary:
fix extremely unlikely channel counter wrapping
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-111
Transport's channel counter can overflow after 4 billion some channels are
created. make it wrap back around after 16 million instead. also allow the
logging channel to be set manually. fix some comments elsewhere.
modified files:
ssh/channel.py ssh/primes.py ssh/transport.py
2004-11-22 07:01:43 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-110
Summary:
fix Transport.get_username() to work in server mode too
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-110
whenever i split the 'username' field into username and auth_username,
i guess that made get_username() stop working for server mode (because the
username was stored in a different field). this should fix it.
modified files:
ssh/auth_transport.py
2004-11-07 03:10:53 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-109
Summary:
v1.0 (jigglypuff)
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-109
bump all the version numbers up to 1.0 (jigglypuff).
modified files:
Makefile README ssh/__init__.py ssh/transport.py
setup.py
2004-11-07 02:51:42 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-108
Summary:
add filename to SFTPAttributes
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-108
add filename to the attributes stored in an SFTPAttributes object.
modified files:
ssh/sftp_attr.py
2004-11-07 02:31:48 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-107
Summary:
fix kex_gex
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-107
fix kex_gex (group-exchange key exchange) to, *cough*, work again, and also
layout kex_group1 a little more sanely.
modified files:
ssh/kex_gex.py ssh/kex_group1.py
2004-11-07 02:29:54 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-106
Summary:
fix chmod +x on demo_windows.py
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-106
forgot to make demo_windows +x
2004-11-07 02:29:20 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-105
Summary:
move ChangeLog
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-105
move ChangeLog out of the way because tla can autogenerate any useful
ChangeLog.
renamed files:
.arch-ids/ChangeLog.id
==> .arch-ids/ChangeLog-old.id
ChangeLog
==> ChangeLog-old
2004-11-07 02:28:33 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-104
Summary:
fix location of SFTPError
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-104
fix location of SFTPError.
modified files:
ssh/__init__.py ssh/sftp_client.py
2004-11-07 02:17:18 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-103
Summary:
rename sftp constants
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-103
replace oddly named sftp constants (FX_OK for example) with names that make
a bit more sense when sober (SFTP_OK).
modified files:
ssh/__init__.py ssh/sftp.py ssh/sftp_client.py
2004-11-07 02:08:11 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-102
Summary:
add key exchange tests + 1 more sftp test
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-102
add test suite for key-exchange protocols, since i apparently broke the
"gex" protocol recently and never noticed. also add an sftp unit test for
mkdir/rmdir.
new files:
tests/.arch-ids/test_kex.py.id tests/test_kex.py
modified files:
test.py tests/test_sftp.py
2004-11-07 02:00:50 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-101
Summary:
remove old demo keys
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-101
the keys are in tests/ now.
removed files:
.arch-ids/demo_dss_key.id .arch-ids/demo_rsa_key.id
demo_dss_key demo_rsa_key
2004-11-06 20:32:08 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-100
Summary:
don't forget demo_windows.py
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-100
update MANIFEST.in to include demo_windows.py and not include the demo
keys (they're in tests/ now). clean up the README to explain the demo
scripts better now, since there are so many of them. then fix up the
demo scripts to look in tests/ for the keys.
demo_windows.py doesn't need to call get_pty() (in fact, i think that's
blowing openssh's mind) and was executing the wrong command.
modified files:
MANIFEST.in README demo_server.py demo_simple.py
demo_windows.py
2004-11-01 07:07:48 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-99
Summary:
use getpass
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-99
convert raw_input to getpass as suggested many weeks ago.
modified files:
forward.py
2004-11-01 03:54:01 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-98
Summary:
don't unlink a Channel until the server closes it too
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-98
when close()'ing a Channel, don't immediately unlink it from the Transport.
instead, wait for the server to send a close message.
this should fix a bug where doing close() on an EOF'd channel would cause
the entire transport to be killed, because the server would send an
'exit-status' and 'close' message for a channel that we no longer had a
record of.
modified files:
ssh/channel.py
2004-11-01 03:43:28 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-97
Summary:
better debugging, improve subsytem handler
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-97
add a list of ssh packet names for debugging. improve the server-mode
subsystem handler so it can take extra parameters (list or keyword) and
pass them to the subsystem constructor. remove a misleading comment
about rekeying (which was already implemented).
modified files:
ssh/common.py ssh/server.py ssh/transport.py
2004-11-01 03:37:42 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-96
Summary:
remove key.valid check
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-96
oops! 'key.valid' no longer works -- catch the SSHException instead, and log
it.
modified files:
ssh/auth_transport.py
2004-10-23 07:36:23 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-95
Summary:
ivysaur 0.9
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-95
update ivysaur release date, and add the list of changes to the README
file.
modified files:
Makefile README ssh/__init__.py
2004-10-20 16:52:51 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-94
Summary:
start testing Transport
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-94
the beginnings of tests for Transport. only the bare minimum is there right
now.
also started doc'ing things up to ivysaur.
new files:
.arch-ids/demo_windows.py.id demo_windows.py
tests/.arch-ids/loop.py.id
tests/.arch-ids/test_transport.py.id tests/loop.py
tests/test_transport.py
modified files:
Makefile README ssh/__init__.py setup.py test.py
2004-10-18 04:54:27 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-93
Summary:
switch Transport.connect() to using a Pkey object for the host key
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-93
i suddenly realized that passing "hostkeytype" and "hostkey" as strings to
Transport.connect() was pretty silly since i went to all the effort of making
a class specifically for holding keys. so Transport.connect() now just takes
host-key argument: "hostkey" as a PKey object.
updated the demos to use PKey objects when reading the host key file, and to
use the new "hostkey" argument.
modified files:
demo.py demo_simple.py ssh/pkey.py ssh/transport.py
2004-09-25 22:07:59 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-92
Summary:
add rsa/dss key object unit tests
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-92
add tests for rsa/dss key objects -- yay!
new files:
tests/.arch-ids/test_dss.key.id
tests/.arch-ids/test_pkey.py.id
tests/.arch-ids/test_rsa.key.id tests/test_dss.key
tests/test_pkey.py tests/test_rsa.key
2004-09-25 22:03:48 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-91
Summary:
fix test.py to use options instead of env vars, sftp tests default off
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-91
fix up the test framework so that the sftp unit tests aren't always run (you
have to ask for them explicitly) and they take their configuration from
command-line options. they still require a remote server.
modified files:
test.py tests/test_sftp.py
2004-09-25 21:58:11 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-90
Summary:
fix __init__
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-90
fix __init__ to export BufferedFile and randpool, and to catch up with the
changes from a week or 2 ago where sftp_attr & friends were split off.
modified files:
ssh/__init__.py
2004-09-25 21:47:19 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-89
Summary:
fix some Transport docs
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-89
document that Transport also would like close() and settimeout() to exist
on the socket-like object passed to the constructor.
modified files:
ssh/transport.py
2004-09-25 21:32:53 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-88
Summary:
add Message.rewind()
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-88
add rewind() method to Message, which just resets the pointer so you can
start reading from the beginning again. this is useful for some tests.
modified files:
ssh/message.py tests/test_message.py
2004-09-25 21:28:23 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-87
Summary:
clean up pkey interface
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-87
change the pkey interface so that it's no longer possible to have a pkey
that doesn't represent a valid key. (ie: no more "blank" key objects.)
also add "get_bits" and "can_sign" methods to determine the key bit length
and whether it can sign things (contains the "private parts") respectively.
modified files:
ssh/dsskey.py ssh/pkey.py ssh/rsakey.py
2004-09-11 21:01:32 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-86
Summary:
unit tests for Message
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-86
spanking new unit tests for Message. i'm trying to fix the embarrassment
of having so little of ssh testable. next up is Transport!
new files:
tests/.arch-ids/test_message.py.id tests/test_message.py
2004-09-11 20:56:01 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-85
Summary:
move SFTPFile and SFTPAttributes into their own files
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-85
move SFTPFile and SFTPAttributes into their own files.
new files:
ssh/.arch-ids/sftp_attr.py.id
ssh/.arch-ids/sftp_file.py.id ssh/sftp_attr.py
ssh/sftp_file.py
modified files:
ssh/sftp.py ssh/sftp_client.py
2004-09-11 20:50:39 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-84
Summary:
add sftp.normalize
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-84
kevin c. dorff pointed out that it would be nice to expose a way to
determine the server's "current working directory", so this new method
(normalize) directly maps to REALPATH.
modified files:
ssh/sftp_client.py
2004-09-11 20:43:09 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-83
Summary:
tweak Message.add() in the key exchanges
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-83
use the new Message.add() behavior to make a little code here much easier
to read.
modified files:
ssh/kex_gex.py ssh/kex_group1.py
2004-09-11 20:40:08 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-82
Summary:
doc fixes
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-82
fix "string" -> "str" in types when documenting BufferedFile.
modified files:
ssh/file.py
2004-09-11 20:37:59 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-81
Summary:
more unit tests
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-81
add test for BufferedFile.read(-1) and sftp.normalize().
modified files:
tests/test_file.py tests/test_sftp.py
2004-09-11 20:36:49 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-80
Summary:
move SubsystemHandler to server.py
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-80
move SubsystemHandler into server.py where it makes more sense (it's part of
the server interface).
also fix up ssh's "version string" used in ssh2 negotiation to stop
saying "pyssh" and start saying "ssh". :)
modified files:
ssh/server.py ssh/transport.py
2004-09-11 20:35:19 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-79
Summary:
Message.add() can take many args
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-79
a bit of cleanup to Message: add() can now take any number of params, and
will add them all in order (using type guessing).
modified files:
ssh/message.py
2004-09-09 01:36:45 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-78
Summary:
fix rbuffer -> _rbuffer in 3 places i missed
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-78
fix 3 places where "rbuffer" hadn't been converted to "_rbuffer". thanks to
kevin c. dorff for the bug report.
modified files:
ssh/file.py
2004-09-07 06:56:49 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-77
Summary:
docs for SubsystemHandler
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-77
add documentation to constructor for SubsystemHandler.
modified files:
ssh/transport.py
2004-09-07 06:54:31 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-76
Summary:
add sftp_client.py
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-76
i retardedly forgot to import this file a few days ago: it's the split-out
client mode for sftp. it now also has some changes to adapt it to the
improved SFTPAttributes object API.
new files:
ssh/.arch-ids/sftp_client.py.id ssh/sftp_client.py
2004-09-07 06:51:03 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-75
Summary:
clean up SFTPAttributes
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-75
add english descriptions to the FX_* error codes of sftp. clean up (and
document) SFTPAttributes since it's exported now, and make it simple to
generate one from a python os.stat object. make "_pythonize" the default --
that is, just use the same field names as python does for os.stat. (i'm not
sure why i didn't do it that way in the first place; probably ignorance.)
also add str() method that converts the SFTPAttributes into a string suitable
for use in ls (used in an obscure way in sftp servers).
modified files:
ssh/sftp.py
2004-09-07 06:45:53 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-74
Summary:
note pycrypto 2.0 in README
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-74
update the README to note that pycrypto 2.0 works (i just tried it). also
fix the name from pyCrypt back to pycrypto -- that project is having trouble
making up its mind about naming. :)
modified files:
README
2004-09-05 07:44:03 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-73
Summary:
split sftp into sftp, sftp_client; renamed SFTP -> SFTPClient
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-73
add sftp_client file, and split out the common code (sftp) from stuff specific
to client mode (sftp_client). renamed SFTP class to SFTPClient, but left an
alias so old code will still work.
renamed a bunch of sftp constants now that they're better hidden from epydoc.
modified files:
README ssh/__init__.py ssh/sftp.py
2004-09-05 07:41:45 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-72
Summary:
some framework for adding subsystem handlers in server mode
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-72
you can now register a subsystem with a Transport by passing in the name
(like "sftp") and a class (like a hypothetical SFTPServer). the default
ServerInterface.check_channel_request_subsystem now checks this table in
Transport, and if it finds a match, it creates a new thread for the handler
and calls into it. a new class SubsystemHandler is added for this purpose
(to be subclassed).
modified files:
ssh/server.py ssh/transport.py
2004-09-05 07:37:40 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-71
Summary:
remove redundant 'auth_complete' member
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-71
remove the redundant 'auth_complete' field and just use 'authenticated' for
both client and server mode. this makes the repr() string look correct in
server mode instead of always claiming that the transport is un-auth'd.
modified files:
ssh/auth_transport.py
2004-09-03 22:39:20 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-70
Summary:
clean up server interface; no longer need to subclass Channel
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-70
- export AUTH_*, OPEN_FAILED_*, and the new OPEN_SUCCEEDED into the ssh
namespace instead of making people dig into ssh.Transport.AUTH_* etc.
- move all of the check_* methods from Channel to ServerInterface so apps
don't need to subclass Channel anymore just to run an ssh server
- ServerInterface.check_channel_request() returns an error code now, not a
new Channel object
- fix demo_server.py to follow all these changes
- fix a bunch of places where i used "string" in docstrings but meant "str"
- added Channel.get_id()
modified files:
README demo_server.py ssh/__init__.py
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/channel.py
ssh/common.py ssh/server.py ssh/sftp.py
ssh/transport.py
2004-08-31 02:44:56 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-69
Summary:
clean up SecurityOptions
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-69
the preferences are now tuples in Transport, and passed as tuples out of
SecurityOptions, so that the options can't be modified without setting them
back to the options field again. the algorithm lists in Transport are used
to validate the fields.
modified files:
ssh/transport.py
2004-08-30 20:22:10 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-68
Summary:
added Transport.get_security_options()
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-68
just something i wanted to play with:
added Transport.get_security_options() which returns a SecurityOptions object.
this object is a kind of proxy for the 4 "preferred_*" fields in Transport,
and lets me avoid exposing those fields directly in case i change my mind
later about how they should be stored.
added some docs to Channel explaining that the request methods now return
True/False, and fixed up docs in a few other places.
modified files:
ssh/__init__.py ssh/channel.py ssh/server.py
ssh/sftp.py ssh/transport.py
2004-08-28 04:21:12 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-67
Summary:
replay patch 63 (missing channel changes)
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-67
i'm still getting the hang of tla/arch, obviously.
replay patch 63, which was meant to be part of the later mega-patch, but
apparently when i reversed it, i lost it entirely.
modified files:
ssh/channel.py
2004-08-27 00:57:40 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-66
Summary:
new ServerInterface class, outbound rekey works, etc.
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-66
a bunch of changes that i'm too lazy to split out into individual patches:
* all the server overrides from transport.py have been moved into a separate
class ServerInterface, so server code doesn't have to subclass the whole
ssh library
* updated demo_server to subclass ServerInterface
* when re-keying during a session, block other messages until the new keys
are activated (openssh doensn't like any other traffic during a rekey)
* re-key when outbound limits are tripped too (was only counting inbound
traffic)
* don't log scary things on EOF
new files:
ssh/.arch-ids/server.py.id ssh/server.py
modified files:
README demo_server.py ssh/__init__.py
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/transport.py
2004-08-27 00:28:33 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-65
Summary:
add settimeout/gettimeout/setblocking, some bugfixes.
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-65
hide the command and response codes in sftp so they aren't exported.
add settimeout/gettimeout/setblocking that just wrap calls to the underlying
socket or channel. fix _read_all to not catch timeout exceptions.
modified files:
ssh/sftp.py
2004-08-27 00:26:35 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-64
Summary:
reverse messed-up patch
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-64
Patches applied:
* robey@lag.net--2003-public/secsh--dev--1.0--base-0
initial import
* robey@lag.net--2003-public/secsh--dev--1.0--patch-1
no changes
modified files:
ssh/channel.py {arch}/=tagging-method
2004-08-27 00:06:42 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-63
Summary:
add settimeout/gettimeout/setblocking, some bugfixes.
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-63
hide the command and response codes in sftp so they aren't exported.
add settimeout/gettimeout/setblocking that just wrap calls to the underlying
socket or channel. fix _read_all to not catch timeout exceptions.
modified files:
ssh/channel.py
2004-06-27 20:14:15 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-62
Summary:
version -> horsea
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-62
up version to horsea.
modified files:
Makefile README ssh/__init__.py setup.py
{arch}/secsh/secsh--dev/secsh--dev--1.0/robey@lag.net--2003-public/patch-log/patch-1
2004-06-10 18:12:00 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-61
Summary:
no more Foobar
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-61
fix "Foobar" to be "'ssh'" in the one place i missed it in all the gpl
headers. sigh. :)
modified files:
ssh/__init__.py ssh/auth_transport.py
ssh/ber.py ssh/common.py ssh/dsskey.py
ssh/kex_gex.py ssh/kex_group1.py
ssh/logging22.py ssh/message.py ssh/pkey.py
ssh/primes.py ssh/rsakey.py
ssh/ssh_exception.py ssh/util.py test.py
2004-06-10 18:08:50 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-60
Summary:
limit read/write requests to 32KB, advertise 32KB max packet size
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-60
one of the unit tests was failing because the openssh sftp server was dropping
the connection without any error. turns out they have a maximum allowed write
size (possibly around 64KB). the sftp rfcs have a small hint that some servers
may drop read/write requests of greater than 32KB.
so, all reads are limited to 32KB, and all writes > 32KB are now chopped up
and sent in 32KB chunks. this seems to keep openssh happy.
also, we now advertise 32KB max packet size instead of 8KB (the speed
improves a lot), and log when we read/write a packet. and sftp files are
flushed on seek.
modified files:
ssh/sftp.py ssh/transport.py
2004-06-10 18:02:13 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-59
Summary:
speed up parts of BufferedFile
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-59
BufferedFile uses cStringIO for the write buffer now (i don't actually notice
any speed difference so this might revert later) and the default buffer size
has been upped from 1KB to 8KB.
when scanning for linefeeds (when writing to a line-buffered file), only scan
the newly-written bytes, since we know all the previously buffered data is
linefeed-free. this was the #1 slowdown on the 1MB-file unit test.
also, limit the buffering on line-buffered files to whatever the default
buffer size is. there's no reason to buffer 1MB waiting for a linefeed.
modified files:
ssh/file.py
2004-06-10 17:55:17 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-58
Summary:
some Channel fixes for max packet size & blocking on zero window
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-58
some clean-ups and fixes to channels:
* when send() is blocked on a zero-width window, check that the channel is
still open. this was causing some lockups.
* set a lower bound to the "maximum packet size" we accept from the remote
host. if they tell us anything less than 1KB, assume they meant 1KB. (it's
not reasonable to fragment below that.)
* leave a little padding instead of cutting right up to the maximum packet
size: some space will be taken up by protocol overhead.
* turn off some of the debug log lines unless "ultra_debug" is on (nobody
cares about the feed info)
modified files:
ssh/channel.py
2004-06-10 17:35:30 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-57
Summary:
more unit tests
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-57
add a unit test for sending a large (1MB) file with line buffering but no
linefeeds (this triggered several bugs and inefficiencies), and another test
to verify that the write buffer is flushed on seek.
modified files:
tests/test_file.py tests/test_sftp.py
2004-05-31 23:48:10 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-56
Summary:
add forward.py demo script; bump to gyarados
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-56
add a demo script to show how to do local port forwarding.
add gyarados to all the docs and bump the version number everywhere.
new files:
.arch-ids/forward.py.id forward.py
modified files:
MANIFEST.in Makefile README ssh/__init__.py setup.py
2004-05-29 18:58:11 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-55
Summary:
add an sftp unit test for making 100 files
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-55
create 100 files on the remote server, set their mode with chmod, then verify
that they're all there and contain the right data. valeriy is reporting that
sometimes he's getting stuck after 20 and though i'm not seeing it, i want to
add a test to try to pin it down.
modified files:
tests/test_sftp.py
2004-05-29 18:56:10 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-54
Summary:
add direct-tcpip ability to open_channel
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-54
open_channel can now be given a dest_addr and src_addr, which are filled in
if the channel type is "forwarded-tcpip" or "direct-tcpip". these channel
types are used in remote & local port forwarding, respectively. i've only
tested "direct-tcpip" but i think if one works, they both should work.
also fixed a bug in connect where it was still assuming the old meaning for
get_remove_server_key() (oops!) and changed the sense of a send() failure
from <= 0 to < 0 since it may be possible for send() to return 0 and it not
be an EOF error.
modified files:
ssh/transport.py
2004-05-29 18:48:23 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-53
Summary:
add note about utf8 encodings
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-53
add info to the README about what to do if python complains about missing
encodings. veleriy pogrebitskiy ran into this and had advice.
modified files:
README
2004-05-17 07:41:50 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-52
Summary:
fix deadlock in closing a channel
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-52
closing a channel would enter an odd codepath where the lock was grabbed,
some stuff was done, then another function was called where the lock was
grabbed again. unfortunately python locks aren't monitors so this would
deadlock. instead, make the smaller function lock-free with an explicit
notice that you must be holding the lock before calling.
modified files:
ssh/channel.py
2004-05-17 00:43:43 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-51
Summary:
fix utf8, raise packet size, log exceptions, be more lax with sfp servers
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-51
explicitly import utf8 encodings for "freezing" (and also because not all
platforms come with utf8, apparently). raise the max acceptable packet size
to 8kB, cuz 2kB was too low. log exceptions at error level instead of debug
level. and don't reject older sftp servers.
modified files:
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/sftp.py
ssh/transport.py
2004-04-23 22:55:16 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-50
Summary:
fearow date and last-minute fixes
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-50
update release date of fearow to 23apr. fix channel._set_closed() to grab
the lock before notifying the in/out buffers that the channel is closed.
try roger's trick for finding the home folder on windows.
modified files:
Makefile README ssh/__init__.py ssh/channel.py
ssh/common.py
2004-04-08 06:31:08 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-49
Summary:
fix doc typos
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-49
modified files:
ssh/dsskey.py ssh/rsakey.py ssh/transport.py
2004-04-08 05:48:16 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-48
Summary:
set version number to fearow
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-48
set version number to fearow.
modified files:
Makefile README ssh/__init__.py setup.py
2004-04-08 05:12:20 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-47
Summary:
add socket.timeout for py22
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-47
oops, forgot this vital part of the py22 patches. roger binns sent me a
code patch that included this snip.
modified files:
ssh/common.py
2004-04-07 16:05:48 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-46
Summary:
README update notes
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-46
added notes on what's new, what to watch out for in py22. added a "since:
fearow" to all the relevant API calls that are new.
modified files:
README ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/dsskey.py
ssh/pkey.py ssh/rsakey.py ssh/transport.py
2004-04-07 15:52:07 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-45
Summary:
add set_keepalive()
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-45
add set_keepalive() to set an automatic keepalive mechanism. (while waiting
for a packet on a connection, we periodically check if it's time to send a
keepalive packet.)
modified files:
ssh/transport.py
2004-04-07 06:07:29 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-44
Summary:
add get_username() method for remembering who you auth'd as
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-44
add get_username() method for remembering who you auth'd as. also, fix these
bugs:
* "continue" auth response counted as a failure (in server mode).
* try to import 'logging' in py22 before falling back to the fake logger,
in case they have a backported version of 'logger'
* raise the right exception when told to read a private key from a file that
isn't a private key file
* tell channels to close when the transport dies
modified files:
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/channel.py
ssh/common.py ssh/pkey.py ssh/transport.py
2004-04-06 22:03:21 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-43
Summary:
fix encrypted private key files
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-43
the random byte padding on private key files' BER data was confusing openssh,
so switch to null-byte padding, which is slightly less secure but works with
crappy old openssh. also, enforce the mode when writing the private key
file. we really really want it to be 0600. (python seems to ignore the
mode normally.)
modified files:
ssh/pkey.py
2004-04-06 08:16:02 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-42
Summary:
support py22, more or less
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-42
add roger binns' patches for supporting python 2.2. i hedged a bit on the
logging stuff and just added some trickery to let logging be stubbed out for
python 2.2. this changed a lot of import statements but i managed to avoid
hacking at any of the existing logging.
socket timeouts are required for the threads to notice when they've been
deactivated. worked around it by using the 'select' module on py22.
also fixed the sftp unit tests to cope with a password-protected private key.
new files:
ssh/.arch-ids/logging22.py.id ssh/logging22.py
modified files:
README demo.py demo_server.py demo_simple.py
ssh/__init__.py ssh/auth_transport.py
ssh/channel.py ssh/common.py ssh/kex_gex.py
ssh/kex_group1.py ssh/message.py ssh/sftp.py
ssh/transport.py ssh/util.py tests/test_sftp.py
2004-04-05 22:32:03 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-41
Summary:
make get_remote_server_key() return a PKey object
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-41
a good suggestion from roger binns: make get_remote_server_key() just return
a pkey object instead of a tuple of strings. all the strings can be extracted
from the pkey object, as well as other potentially useful things.
modified files:
demo.py ssh/transport.py
2004-04-05 19:36:40 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-40
Summary:
add dss key generation too, and fix some bugs
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-40
added the ability to generate dss keys and write private dss key files,
similar to rsa. in the process, fixed a couple of bugs with ber encoding
and writing password-encrypted key files. the key has to be padded to the
iblock size of the cipher -- it's very difficult to determine how the others
do this, so i just add random bytes to the end.
fixed the simple demo to use Transport's (host, port) constructor for
simplicity, and fixed a bug where the standard demo's DSS login wouldn't
work.
also, move the common logfile setup crap into util so all the demos can just
call that one.
modified files:
demo.py demo_simple.py ssh/ber.py ssh/dsskey.py
ssh/pkey.py ssh/rsakey.py ssh/util.py
2004-04-05 10:37:18 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-39
Summary:
add global request mechanism
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-39
add transport.global_request() to make a global-style request (usually an
extension to the protocol -- like keepalives) and handle requests from the
remote host. incoming requests are now handled and responded to correctly,
which should make openssh-style keepalives work. (before, we would silently
ignore them, which was wrong.)
modified files:
ssh/common.py ssh/message.py ssh/transport.py
2004-04-05 10:24:33 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-38
Summary:
add common.py file
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-38
missing from previous change because tla doesn't like to add files in some
situations. (frown)
new files:
ssh/.arch-ids/common.py.id ssh/common.py
2004-04-05 10:16:31 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-37
Summary:
can now generate rsa keys (not dss yet)
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-37
added functionality to ber to create ber streams. added some common methods
to PKey to allow dumping the key to base64 (the format used by openssh for
public key files and host key lists), and a factory for creating a key from
a private key file, and a common way to save private keys. RSAKey luckily
didn't have to change that much.
also added a factory method to RSAKey to generate a new key.
modified files:
ssh/ber.py ssh/pkey.py ssh/rsakey.py
2004-04-05 10:12:59 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-36
Summary:
add common.py for commonly used constants and globals
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-36
common.py now stores the constants and globals.
lots of renaming because of this.
modified files:
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/channel.py
ssh/kex_gex.py ssh/kex_group1.py
ssh/transport.py ssh/util.py
2004-04-02 02:41:43 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-35
Summary:
add send_ignore
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-35
add send_ignore() call to allow for sending garbage ignored packets to the
remote side.
modified files:
ssh/transport.py
2004-03-16 07:33:09 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-34
Summary:
fix some arcana in unpacking private keys
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-34
"!= type([])" is a pretty obscure way to say it. let's try "is not list"
which is a lot more readable.
(mostly this is a test to make sure tla is working okay on my laptop.)
modified files:
ssh/dsskey.py ssh/rsakey.py
2004-03-09 01:09:17 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-33
Summary:
include tests in manifest
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-33
include the tests in the manifest for dist, and remove some outdated notes in
NOTES about the exported API (this is doc'd wayyy better in epydoc now).
modified files:
MANIFEST.in NOTES
2004-03-08 17:54:19 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-32
Summary:
add unit tests
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-32
add unit tests for BufferedFile and SFTP (it's a start). remove the demo sftp
client because it was 99% copied from the other demos, which makes it kinda
confusing. the unit tests are a much better example.
new files:
.arch-ids/test.py.id test.py tests/.arch-ids/=id
tests/.arch-ids/test_file.py.id
tests/.arch-ids/test_sftp.py.id tests/test_file.py
tests/test_sftp.py
removed files:
.arch-ids/demo_sftp.py.id demo_sftp.py
new directories:
tests tests/.arch-ids
2004-03-08 17:52:25 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-31
Summary:
bump version number to eevee
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-31
bump the version number to eevee in a few places and talk about the unit
tests.
modified files:
Makefile README ssh/__init__.py setup.py
2004-03-08 17:50:49 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-30
Summary:
finish up client sftp support
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-30
added 'stat' to SFTPFile and SFTP, documented 'open' and 'listdir', and added
'rmdir', 'lstat', 'symlink', 'chmod', 'chown', 'utime', 'readlink'.
turned off ultra debugging now that the unit tests are all working.
modified files:
ssh/sftp.py
2004-03-08 17:45:44 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-29
Summary:
fix some docs and BufferedFile.readline
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-29
fix some documentation and fix readline()'s universal newline support to
always return strings ending with '\n', regardless of how they were in the
original file. (this is an obvious feature of python's universal newline
support that i somehow missed before.)
modified files:
ssh/file.py ssh/message.py
2004-03-08 09:47:47 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-28
Summary:
fix lingering thread bug
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-28
this bug has been in there forever and i could never figure out a workaround
till now.
when the python interpreter exits, it doesn't necessarily destroy the
remaining objects or call __del__ on anything, and it will lock up until all
threads finish running. how the threads are supposed to notice the exiting
interpreter has always been sort of a mystery to me.
tonight i figured out how to use the 'atexit' module to register a handler
that runs when the interpreter exits. now we keep a list of active threads
and ask them all to exit on shutdown. no more going to another shell to
kill -9 python! yeah!!
modified files:
ssh/transport.py
2004-03-04 08:21:45 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-27
Summary:
add BufferedFile abstraction
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-27
SFTP client mode is mostly functional. there are probably still some bugs
but most of the operations on "file" objects have survived my simple tests.
BufferedFile wraps a simpler stream in something that looks like a python
file (and can even handle seeking if the stream underneath supports it).
it's meant to be subclassed. most of it is ripped out of what used to be
ChannelFile so i can reuse it for sftp -- ChannelFile is now tiny.
SFTP and Message are now exported.
fixed util.format_binary_line to not quote spaces.
new files:
.arch-ids/demo_sftp.py.id demo_sftp.py
ssh/.arch-ids/file.py.id ssh/.arch-ids/sftp.py.id
ssh/file.py ssh/sftp.py
modified files:
ssh/__init__.py ssh/channel.py ssh/message.py
ssh/util.py
2004-01-27 02:04:59 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-26
Summary:
Transport constructor can take hostname or address tuple
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-26
part of an ongoing attempt to make "simple" versions of some of the API calls,
so you can do common-case operations with just a few calls:
Transport's constructor will now let you pass in a string or tuple instead
of a socket-like object. if you pass in a string, it assumes the string is
a hostname (with optional ":port" segment) and turns that into an address
tuple. if you pass in a tuple, it assumes it's an address tuple. in both
cases, it then creates a socket, connects to the given address, and then
continues as if that was the socket passed in.
the idea being that you can call Transport('example.com') and it will do
the right thing.
modified files:
ssh/transport.py
2004-01-27 02:00:19 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-25
Summary:
pkey no longer raises binascii.Error
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-25
catch binascii.Error in the private key decoder and convert it into an
SSHException. there's no reason people should have to care that it was a
decoding error vs. any of the other million things that could be wrong in
a corrupt key file.
modified files:
ssh/pkey.py
2004-01-27 01:45:44 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-24
Summary:
document more of Message; add get_int64
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-24
all of the get_* methods are now documented, but there's a bit more to do.
get_int64 added for eventual sftp support.
modified files:
ssh/message.py
2004-01-04 10:33:05 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-23
Summary:
quick doc fix.
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-23
fix broken cross-link in kex_gex docs.
modified files:
ssh/kex_gex.py
2004-01-04 10:26:00 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-22
Summary:
fix MANIFEST.in, change version numbers to 0.9-doduo, fix LPGL notices
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-22
fixed MANIFEST.in to include the demo scripts, LICENSE, and ChangeLog.
upped everything to version 0.9-doduo.
fixed the copyright notice, and added the LGPL banner to the top of every
python file.
modified files:
MANIFEST.in Makefile NOTES README ssh/__init__.py
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/ber.py ssh/channel.py
ssh/dsskey.py ssh/kex_gex.py ssh/kex_group1.py
ssh/message.py ssh/pkey.py ssh/primes.py
ssh/rsakey.py ssh/ssh_exception.py
ssh/transport.py ssh/util.py setup.py
2004-01-04 10:07:35 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-21
Summary:
MANIFEST -> MANIFEST.in, fix setup.py.
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-21
out with MANIFEST, in with MANIFEST.in.
new files:
.arch-ids/MANIFEST.in.id MANIFEST.in
removed files:
.arch-ids/MANIFEST.id MANIFEST
modified files:
setup.py
2004-01-04 09:29:13 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-20
Summary:
more docs, and password-protected key files can now be read
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-20
lots more documentation, some of it moved out of the README file, which is
now much smaller and less rambling.
repr(Transport) now reports the number of bits used in the cipher.
cleaned up BER to use util functions, and throw a proper exception (the new
BERException) on error. it doesn't ever have to be a full BER decoder, but
it can at least comb its hair and tuck in its shirt.
lots of stuff added to PKey.read_private_key_file so it can try to decode
password-protected key files. right now it only understands "DES-EDE3-CBC"
format, but this is the only format i've seen openssh make so far. if the
key is password-protected, but no password was given, a new exception
(PasswordRequiredException) is raised so an outer layer can ask for a password
and try again.
modified files:
README demo.py demo_server.py ssh/__init__.py
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/ber.py ssh/channel.py
ssh/dsskey.py ssh/pkey.py ssh/primes.py
ssh/rsakey.py ssh/ssh_exception.py
ssh/transport.py ssh/util.py
2003-12-31 06:31:43 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-19
Summary:
renamed auth_key -> auth_publickey; more docs.
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-19
renamed Transport.auth_key to auth_publickey for consistency. and lots more
documentation.
modified files:
README demo.py demo_server.py ssh/__init__.py
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/transport.py
2003-12-30 22:24:21 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-18
Summary:
added public-key support to server mode, more docs
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-18
added public-key support to server mode (it can now verify a client signature)
and added a demo of that to the demo_server.py script (user_rsa_key). in the
process, cleaned up the API of PKey so that now it only has to know about
signing and verifying ssh2 blobs, and can be hashed and compared with other
keys (comparing & hashing only the public parts of the key). keys can also
be created from strings now too.
some more documentation and hiding private methods.
new files:
.arch-ids/user_rsa_key.id .arch-ids/user_rsa_key.pub.id
user_rsa_key user_rsa_key.pub
modified files:
Makefile demo_server.py ssh/__init__.py
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/dsskey.py
ssh/kex_gex.py ssh/kex_group1.py ssh/pkey.py
ssh/rsakey.py ssh/transport.py
2003-12-30 07:18:20 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-17
Summary:
lots more documentation, and added Transport.connect()
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-17
renamed demo_host_key to demo_rsa_key. moved changelog to a separate file,
and indicated that future changelog entries should be fetched from tla.
tried to clean up "__all__" in a way that makes epydoc still work.
added lots more documentation, and renamed many methods and vars to hide
them as private non-exported API.
Transport's ModulusPack is now a static member, so it only has to be loaded
once, and can then be used by any future Transport object.
added Transport.connect(), which tries to wrap all the SSH2 negotiation and
authentication into one method. you should be able to create a Transport,
call connect(), and then create channels.
new files:
.arch-ids/ChangeLog.id .arch-ids/demo_simple.py.id ChangeLog
demo_simple.py ssh/.arch-ids/pkey.py.id ssh/pkey.py
removed files:
.arch-ids/ssh.py.id ssh.py
modified files:
Makefile NOTES README demo.py demo_server.py
ssh/__init__.py ssh/auth_transport.py
ssh/channel.py ssh/dsskey.py ssh/kex_gex.py
ssh/kex_group1.py ssh/rsakey.py
ssh/transport.py setup.py {arch}/=tagging-method
renamed files:
.arch-ids/demo_host_key.id
==> .arch-ids/demo_rsa_key.id
demo_host_key
==> demo_rsa_key
2003-12-28 03:20:42 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-16
Summary:
hook up server-side kex-gex; add more documentation
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-16
group-exchange kex should work now on the server side. it will only be
advertised if a "moduli" file has been loaded (see the -gasp- docs) so we
don't spend hours (literally. hours.) computing primes. some of the logic
was previously wrong, too, since it had never been tested.
fixed repr() string for Transport/BaseTransport. moved is_authenticated to
Transport where it belongs.
added lots of documentation (but still only about 10% documented). lots of
methods were made private finally.
new files:
ssh/.arch-ids/primes.py.id ssh/primes.py
modified files:
NOTES demo.py demo_server.py ssh/__init__.py
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/channel.py
ssh/kex_gex.py ssh/kex_group1.py
ssh/transport.py ssh/util.py
2003-12-27 02:03:44 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-15
Summary:
fix up new ssh/ folder.
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-15
moved SSHException to a new file (ssh_exception.py) and turned ssh.py
into an __init__.py file. i'm still not entirely sure how this normally
works, so i may have done something wrong, but it's supposed to work the
same as before.
new files:
ssh/.arch-ids/__init__.py.id
ssh/.arch-ids/ssh_exception.py.id ssh/__init__.py
ssh/ssh_exception.py
modified files:
ssh/auth_transport.py ssh/channel.py
ssh/dsskey.py ssh/kex_gex.py ssh/kex_group1.py
ssh/transport.py
2003-12-27 01:49:19 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-14
Summary:
move the ssh files into a ssh/ folder.
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-14
just moving the files into a folder. it won't build this way yet.
new files:
ssh/.arch-ids/=id
renamed files:
.arch-ids/auth_transport.py.id
==> ssh/.arch-ids/auth_transport.py.id
.arch-ids/ber.py.id
==> ssh/.arch-ids/ber.py.id
.arch-ids/channel.py.id
==> ssh/.arch-ids/channel.py.id
.arch-ids/dsskey.py.id
==> ssh/.arch-ids/dsskey.py.id
.arch-ids/kex_gex.py.id
==> ssh/.arch-ids/kex_gex.py.id
.arch-ids/kex_group1.py.id
==> ssh/.arch-ids/kex_group1.py.id
.arch-ids/message.py.id
==> ssh/.arch-ids/message.py.id
.arch-ids/rsakey.py.id
==> ssh/.arch-ids/rsakey.py.id
.arch-ids/transport.py.id
==> ssh/.arch-ids/transport.py.id
.arch-ids/util.py.id
==> ssh/.arch-ids/util.py.id
auth_transport.py
==> ssh/auth_transport.py
ber.py
==> ssh/ber.py
channel.py
==> ssh/channel.py
dsskey.py
==> ssh/dsskey.py
kex_gex.py
==> ssh/kex_gex.py
kex_group1.py
==> ssh/kex_group1.py
message.py
==> ssh/message.py
rsakey.py
==> ssh/rsakey.py
transport.py
==> ssh/transport.py
util.py
==> ssh/util.py
new directories:
ssh ssh/.arch-ids
2003-12-24 22:09:43 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-13
Summary:
fix a deadlock/race in handle_eof & close
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-13
(patch from fred gansevles)
add locking around the eof handler and the close() call, so we can't be in
both simultaneously.
modified files:
channel.py
2003-12-24 20:49:38 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-12
Summary:
fix dss key signing
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-12
(expanded on a patch from fred gansevles)
add a demo dss key for server mode, and fix some bugs that had caused the dss
signing stuff to never work before. the demo_server is a bit more verbose
now, too. both key types (RSAKey & DSSKey) now have a function to return the
fingerprint of the key, and both versions of read_private_key_file() now raise
exceptions on failure, instead of just silently setting "valid" to false.
new files:
.arch-ids/demo_dss_key.id demo_dss_key
modified files:
demo_server.py dsskey.py kex_gex.py kex_group1.py ssh.py
rsakey.py transport.py
2003-12-23 06:44:56 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-11
Summary:
in server mode, don't offer keys we don't have
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-11
(from Paolo Losi) in server mode, when advertising which key methods we
support, don't list methods that we don't have any existing keys for.
modified files:
transport.py
2003-12-23 06:36:27 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-10
Summary:
add logfiles and .pyc files to the "junk" list
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-10
add *.log and *.pyc to the explicit junk list.
modified files:
{arch}/=tagging-method
2003-11-10 08:49:50 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-9
Summary:
rename secsh -> ssh
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-9
also, rename SecshException back to SSHException. sigh. :)
modified files:
./MANIFEST ./Makefile ./NOTES ./README ./auth_transport.py
./channel.py ./demo.py ./demo_server.py ./kex_gex.py
./kex_group1.py ./message.py ./ssh.py ./setup.py
./transport.py
renamed files:
./.arch-ids/secsh.py.id
==> ./.arch-ids/ssh.py.id
./secsh.py
==> ./ssh.py
2003-11-10 06:52:35 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-8
Summary:
doc changes
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-8
modified files:
./README ./demo_server.py ./secsh.py
2003-11-10 04:54:02 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-7
Summary:
cleaned up server code, renamed some files & classes
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-7
renamed demo-server.py and demo-host-key to demo_server.py and
demo_host_key, just to be consistent.
renamed SSHException -> SecshException.
generalized the mechanism where Channel decides whether to allow
different channel requests: 4 of the main ones (pty, window-change,
shell, and subsystem) go through easily override-able methods now.
you could probably make an actual ssh shell server.
gave ChannelFile a repr().
turned off ultra debugging in the demos. demo_server creates a
subclass of Channel to allow pty/shell and sets an event when the
shell request is made, so that it knows when it can start sending
the fake bbs.
renamed to charmander and updated some of the distutils files.
modified files:
./MANIFEST ./NOTES ./auth_transport.py ./channel.py ./demo.py
./demo_server.py ./kex_gex.py ./kex_group1.py ./secsh.py
./setup.py ./transport.py
renamed files:
./.arch-ids/demo-host-key.id
==> ./.arch-ids/demo_host_key.id
./.arch-ids/demo-server.py.id
==> ./.arch-ids/demo_server.py.id
./demo-host-key
==> ./demo_host_key
./demo-server.py
==> ./demo_server.py
2003-11-09 21:16:35 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-6
Summary:
notes about the exported api
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-6
just wrote some quick notes (for a few of the classes) about which
methods are intended to be the exported API. python has no decent
way of distinguishing private vs public.
modified files:
./NOTES
2003-11-09 21:14:21 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-5
Summary:
big chunk of work which makes server code 95% done
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-5
fixed auth check methods to return just a result (failed, succeeded,
partially succeeded) and always use get_allowed_auths to determine the
list of allowed auth methods to return.
channel's internal API changed a bit to allow for client-side vs.
server-side channels. we now honor the "want-reply" bit from channel
requests. in server mode (for now), we automatically allow pty-req
and shell requests without doing anything.
ChannelFile was fixed up a bit to support universal newlines. readline
got rewritten: the old way used the "greedy" read call from ChannelFile,
which won't work if the socket doesn't have that much data buffered and
ready. now it uses recv directly, and tracks the different newlines.
demo-server.py now answers to a single shell request (like a CLI ssh
tool will make) and does a very simple demo pretending to be a BBS.
transport: fixed a bug with parsing the remote side's banner. channel
requests are passed to another method in server mode, to determine if
we should allow it. new allowed channels are added to an accept queue,
and a new method 'accept' (with timeout) will block until the next
incoming channel is ready.
modified files:
./auth_transport.py ./channel.py ./demo-server.py ./demo.py
./transport.py
2003-11-09 20:59:51 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-4
Summary:
change kex-gex server code to generate primes by hand
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-4
added a util function "generate_prime" to compare to the incredibly slow C
version, but it's no faster of course. i think kex-gex from the server is
just not going to be feasible without having a separate thread generate some
primes in the background to have handy when a request comes in. so in short,
this still doesn't work.
also i put bit_length into util and a tb_strings function which gets stack
traceback info and splits it into a list of strings.
modified files:
./kex_gex.py ./util.py
2003-11-07 10:36:42 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-3
Summary:
remove some leftover garbage from dsskey
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-3
leftover from a cut & paste i was doing a few days ago. bad robey.
modified files:
./dsskey.py
2003-11-06 07:34:27 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-2
Summary:
add a demo host key and point demo-server at it.
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-2
also, temporarily comment out the nonfunctional kex-gex method.
new files:
./.arch-ids/demo-host-key.id ./demo-host-key
modified files:
./demo-server.py ./transport.py
2003-11-04 08:50:22 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> patch-1
Summary:
no changes
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--patch-1
why aren't my log messages kept?
modified files:
./kex_gex.py
new patches:
robey@lag.net--2003/secsh--dev--1.0--patch-1
2003-11-04 08:34:24 GMT Robey Pointer <robey@lag.net> base-0
Summary:
initial import
Revision:
secsh--dev--1.0--base-0
(automatically generated log message)
new files:
./LICENSE ./MANIFEST ./Makefile ./NOTES ./README
./auth_transport.py ./ber.py ./channel.py ./demo-server.py
./demo.py ./dsskey.py ./kex_gex.py ./kex_group1.py
./message.py ./rsakey.py ./secsh.py ./setup.py ./transport.py
./util.py
new patches:
robey@lag.net--2003/secsh--dev--1.0--base-0
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