SFTP Plugin for TC Pocket?

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SFTP Plugin for TC Pocket?

Post by *JonTheNiceGuy » 2007-08-10, 06:38 UTC

Hi all,

I love Total Commander for the Pocket PC... it's an amazing product, and I'm glad to be using it!

I wonder whether anyone's written a plugin for accessing an SFTP server? I know there are standalone SFTP clients for the PocketPC, but I'd love it if one could be simply integrated to this great product.

Thanks,

Jon "The Nice Guy"

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2007-08-13, 15:59 UTC

I'm not aware of any, sorry. Since I haven't officially published the programming interface for plugins, there is little chance for such a plugin.
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Post by *JonTheNiceGuy » 2007-08-14, 09:13 UTC

Hi Mr Ghisler,

Thanks for getting back to me. Are there any plans to release the programming interface? If not, that's fine - it's still an amazing product, but if so, then I can't wait :)

Thanks,

Jon

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2007-08-16, 15:41 UTC

The interface is the same as for the PC, but with Unicode parameters everywhere where text strings are used...
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Post by *khachmeister » 2007-12-23, 10:19 UTC

ghisler(Author) wrote:The interface is the same as for the PC, but with Unicode parameters everywhere where text strings are used...
It seems to me that the developer of the sftp-plugin for TC-win32 is interested to give TC-Pocket a try.

http://developer.berlios.de/feature/?func=detailfeature&feature_id=3915&group_id=2273

If you need a beta-tester please let me know ..
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Post by *sidvizioso » 2008-12-08, 17:19 UTC

news?

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Post by *khachmeister » 2009-01-01, 19:54 UTC

sidvizioso wrote:news?
no :cry:
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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2009-01-02, 16:40 UTC

The SFTP plugin for the PC is still under heavy development, so it will take a while until it's done and I can port it to the PocketPC. The internal ftp client will support FTPS (ftp over ssl) soon now, I already managed to compile the OpenSSL dlls for Windows Mobile. It's probably easier to tell your provider to enable FTPS than to write and SFTP plugin yourself...
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Post by *theph1l » 2011-03-13, 10:27 UTC

Thanks loads for a really excellent program - I think I've used it all the time I've had a win phone. Might be almost the most frequent program I use other than pim.

Sftp would really make it off the scale.
Please, please. please give it another try to do sftp/scp!

ssh is always built into a linux box and very easy to put on windows so I use it very often for remote access and even creating more secure email links (if only pocketputty worked properly..).

It would mean could get simple browsable file access without having to set up another serving program on each server/pc and open extra ports - very handy!

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Post by *theph1l » 2011-03-13, 10:32 UTC

I've just seen that you've being finishing the sftp plugin for pc.

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2011-03-14, 14:40 UTC

The problem is that I would also have to port the OpenSSH libraries to Windows Mobile. Can't you use ftps? Almost all ftp servers support this encryption method now.
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Post by *khachmeister » 2011-08-09, 08:35 UTC

ghisler(Author) wrote:The problem is that I would also have to port the OpenSSH libraries to Windows Mobile.
Pls. give yourself a kick ;-)
Many users would thank you..
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