Re: Bug#97336: ITP: dsh -- dancer's shell, or distributed shell.
Barak Pearlmutter <email@example.com> cum veritate scripsit:
> Ah, but prepending with the hostname is crucial!
Yeah, that point I agreed ;) 0.0.3 has this included.
> Anyway, you might want to consider using a syntax like
> dsh -a -c -r ssh -o '-l root -A -x' -- command-to-execute
> because glomming together multiple -o args is hard to read.
I know, but that makes it rather difficult to parse when there are spaces in
the command-line. I'd probably make it an optional feature, where
-O would accept such syntax, and -o would not.
But I'm open to comments, because I am not quite sure about this
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