Delano Mandelbaum is announcing that Net::SSH with version number 2.9.2 / 2.10.0.beta1 is already available to download.
What is Net::SSH ?
Net::SSH is A Ruby implementation of the SSH2 protocol, a tool that allows developers to write code that creates SSH2 connections and executes remote commands .
Net::SSH was created to allow developers to use Ruby code to send out SSH2 commands to remote machines without having to appeal to C, C++ or bash scripting.The library can be used to run multiple processes in parallel on the same SSH2 connection, but also capture the processes’ output and retrieve it for logging or analysis.Net::SSH can also be used to forward ports via an SSH connection, working with both local and remote ports.Right now the library works with both Ruby and JRuby compilers.
This is changelog for Net::SSH version 2.9.2 / 2.10.0.beta1 :
- IdentiesOnly will not disable ssh_agent – fixes #148 and new fix for.
- Ignore errors during ssh agent negotiation.
- Added an optional “options” argument to test socket open method.
- Added gem signing (again) with new cert.
You can read the complete changelog and also download this latest version on their homepage: net-ssh.github.io