Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of Status


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30/04/12 15:36:58 (5 years ago)
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alamaison
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    v4 v5  
    66== Future releases == 
    77 
    8 I'm trying to work on tasks roughly in order of usefulness.  Next up: support for non-latin filenames. 
     8Next up: public-key authentication. 
    99 
    10 == Limitations == 
     10== Features == 
    1111 
    12 Swish perform password-based and keyboard-interactive [wiki:Authentication authentication].  Public-key authentication should follow soon. 
    13  
    14 == Feature summary == 
    15  
    16  * File-system browsing 
     12 * Seamless integration 
     13 * Double-click to open files 
     14 * Drag-and-drop to copy to and from an SFTP server 
    1715 * Simple password authentication 
    1816 * Keyboard-interactive authentication 
    19  * Cached connections to the server 
    20  * [wiki:Renaming File and folder renaming] 
    21  * Deletion File and folder deletion 
    22  * Copying files from a remote server 
    23  * Copying files to a remote server 
     17 * Cached connections 
     18 * File management: [wiki:Renaming renaming], deletion etc. 
     19 * 32 and 64 bit support 
    2420 * Host-key verification (aka [KnownHosts known_hosts]) 
    2521 
    2622== Still to do == 
    2723 
    28  * Direct 'double-click' access to files 
     24 * Saving opened files back to the server 
    2925 * Modifying files on the server 
    30  * Public-key authentication 
    3126 
    3227== Supported Operating Systems == 
    33  * [wiki:Windows7 Windows 7] (recently tested). 
    34  * [wiki:WindowsVista Windows Vista] (most tested) 
    35  * [wiki:WindowsXP Windows XP] (much tested). 
     28 * [wiki:Windows7 Windows 7] (most tested). 
     29 * [wiki:WindowsVista Windows Vista] (rarely tested) 
     30 * [wiki:WindowsXP Windows XP] (regularly tested). 
    3631 * [wiki:Windows2000 Windows 2000] (regularly tested). 
    3732 * [wiki:WindowsMe Windows Me] (rarely tested).