Friendly Python SSH2 interface allowing easy file and directory transfer. This does not wrap the sftp command line tool
Copyright (C) Zeth, extended and easy installed by Oisin Mulvihill.
Email: oisin dot mulvihill at gmail dot com
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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Friendly Python SSH2 interface allowing easy file and directory transfer. This is based on the excellent ssh.py script from:
I’ve made this an easy installable with one or two additions and some basic testing. This is a really handy script and I wanted to use it elsewhere in a more controlled fashion. The original code was released under LGPL which I’m using for my additions and extension.
This project depends on paramiko which will be installed along with this project via easy_install. For completeness paramiko’s home is here
From the command line you can install this project as follows:
This assumes you’ve installed setuptools first. Alternatively you could download the source code and then do:
cd zoink-sftp python setup.py install
The source code is currently hosted on launchpad under bazaar revision control. If your interested head to the project’s page here
Have a look at zoinksftp/example/simple.py for a basic example of how to drive sftp.
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