ruby-net-ssh-multi 1.1-1 source package in Ubuntu


ruby-net-ssh-multi (1.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Switch to gem2deb-based packaging, rename source and binary package.

libnet-ssh-multi-ruby (1.0.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Initial release. (Closes: #574846)
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Oneiric: [FULLYBUILT] i386


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ruby-net-ssh-multi_1.1.orig.tar.gz 24.6 KiB 0fe323ff7c49bb18ca57c09808b055477f2da516aa2fe5a6f9fcc4e4c751ae71
ruby-net-ssh-multi_1.1-1.debian.tar.gz 2.7 KiB 23e83a7368d3dd99d6044a626c7b32bc940b11b94876663a46302f2a161d0bfb
ruby-net-ssh-multi_1.1-1.dsc 1.5 KiB 145a06b54d19c621cd2e8472cbda02e6310eedb51bfdbbd50b6daebe4db2da9a

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libnet-ssh-multi-ruby1.8: Transitional package for ruby-net-ssh-multi

 This is a transitional package to ease upgrades to the ruby-net-ssh-multi
 package. It can safely be removed.

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ruby-net-ssh-multi: Ruby library for making multiple SSH connections to remote systems

 Net::SSH::Multi is a library for controlling multiple Net::SSH connections
 via a single interface. It exposes an API similar to that of
 Net::SSH::Connection::Session and Net::SSH::Connection::Channel, making it
 simpler to adapt programs designed for single connections to be used with
 multiple connections.
 This library is particularly useful for automating repetitive tasks that
 must be performed on multiple machines. It executes the commands in parallel,
 and allows commands to be executed on subsets of servers (defined by groups).