Take note of how -B keeps time
- The -b option has been added to continue after a sudo failure.
Previous releases of the program stopped all further processing
on any sudo failure. With -b, it's now possible to go on to
the remaining hosts even if one of them failed to do proper
- The -B option has been added to print an informative "banner" at the
beginning and end of each program run. Elapsed execution time is
also printed, but does not include time for interactive prompting
- Fixed bug that caused program to exit after a failed
file transfer even when -a was specified.
- Fixed bug that failed to present user name during key-based
auth. This prevented connection when the desired name
was different than the initating user - say when using
process IDs instead of "real" users.
- Show incremental output as program executes
- Add ability to try keys first, and if that fails, use a password.
- File Xfer: Renaming
- File Xfer: Globing - what about dirs, do we recurse?
- File Xfer: Allow from within cmd files.
- Options for searching all the command files and hostlistfiles
- Interactive shell?
- Capture bad password
- Capture failed command output
- Write the server noise, as it appears to stderr for debug purposes
- Note in docs: In this mode it will HANG waiting for interactive input.
- Note in docs: There is no separation between stdout and sterr in this mode