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README.md

Essh Build Status

Extended ssh command.

Overview

Essh is an extended ssh command. If you use essh command instead of ssh, Your SSH operation becomes more efficient and convenient. Essh is a single binary CLI tool and simply wraps ssh command. You can use it in the same way as ssh. And it has useful features over ssh.

example01.gif

Features

  • Configuration As Code: You can write SSH client configuration (aka:~/.ssh/config) in Lua code. So your ssh_config can become more dynamic.

  • Hooks: Essh supports hooks that execute commands when it connects a remote server.

  • Servers List Management: Essh provides utilities for managing hosts, that list and classify servers by using tags.

  • Per-Project Configuration: Essh supports per-project configuration. This allows you to change SSH hosts config by changing current working directory.

  • Task Runner: Task is a script that runs on remote and local servers. You can use it to automate your system administration tasks.

  • Modules: Essh provides modular system that allows you to use, create and share reusable Lua code easily.

Installation

Essh is provided as a single binary. You can download it and drop it in your $PATH. After installing Essh, run the essh without any options in your terminal to check working.

Homebrew

$ brew install kohkimakimoto/essh/essh

Download the binary from releases page

Download latest version

Developing

Requirements

  • Go 1.7 or later (my development env)
  • Glide
  • gox

Installing dependences

$ make deps

Building dev binary.

$ make dev

Building distributed binaries.

$ make dist

Building packages (now support only RPM)

$ make dist
$ make packaging

Author

Kohki Makimoto kohki.makimoto@gmail.com

License

The MIT License (MIT)