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From Joe Consumer <>
Subject RE: SCP Task Syntax
Date Wed, 26 Feb 2003 04:11:37 GMT

The features on JSCH say DSA and RSA are supported.  I
tried using a DSA key in my known host file, and it

I noticed that there are no unit tests for the net
tasks.  I guess this is because the difficultly with
setting up a test environment that works universally. 
I don't know what host, user, password, etc to use for
a test.  I have some simple use cases coded in my
build.xml which work if you change the user name,
password, and host to something else.  Is there a way
to do the tests from within an ANT xml file?  

I hate to submit tasks without good test cases, but
I'm not sure how I should approach testing this. 
Without including some sort of configuration that has
to be done manually before running the test.  Any


> ATTACHMENT part 10 message/rfc822 
> To:
> Subject: Re: SCP Ant Syntax
> From: Stefan Bodewig <>
> Date: 25 Feb 2003 15:18:03 +0100
> On Mon, 24 Feb 2003, Joe Consumer
> <> wrote:
> > It would basically be looking for an '@' character
> > then if it's not there checking for RSA
certificates and passphrases.

> Sounds good.
> BTW, does jsch support DSA keys as well?

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