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OK, simple makefile that works on cygwin at least.
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|+CC := gcc|
|+CFLAGS := -Wall -Werror -O2|
|+export CC CFLAGS|
|+CFILES := $(wildcard *.c)|
|+#OBJFILES := $(patsubst %.c,%.o,$(CFILES))|
|+OBJFILES := $(CFILES:.c=.o)|
|+ ./depend.sh . $<|
|+ install charade.exe /usr/local/bin|
|+ $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $+|
|+ rm -f charade.exe|
|+ rm -f *.o *.obj|
|+ rm -f *.d|
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|+Charade is an ssh-agent in cygwin that proxies requests to pageant.|
|+If you don't use cygwin or pageant, you don't need charade.|
|+Background: I tolerate Windows XP. I actually quite like it. But it|
|+needs putty, and it needs cygwin to be usable. I used to maintain|
|+two separate sets of ssh keys: one for putty, which I kept in pageant,|
|+and another for cygwin's openssh, which I kept in ssh-agent/keychain.|
|+Eventually I got fed up maintaining two key pairs and charade was born.|
|+It's really just a program that pretends to be ssh-agent on one side|
|+and pretends to be putty on the other.|
|+How do you run it? Just like ssh-agent.|
|+Wesley Darlington, November 2009.|