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Works perfectly fine, thanks! I only tried one of the links, I'll keep you posted when I come across something that doesn't work!

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Hi mouser

Sure, sorry I wasn't really clear on that. I'm only using directory folder nodes, two of them. That's it. I created two of them, they're pointing to the root folder of my structure. Nothing fancy.

So my screen looks like:

File myfile.mcf
-- Dock
---- Folder
---- Folder



Hi all

Just tried LBC and started to love it, but there's one little glitch which keeps me from using it. In our company, we're developing software for corporate customers, which we sometimes also manage. I've got plenty of ".lnk" files which are generated to access these off site systems in different ways: Putty, SFTP, application GUI etc. The generated links make heavy use of environment variables to allow all employees use the same files. Example target content (Putty):

"C:\Program Files (x86)\PuTTY\putty.exe" -load %NCPROF% -ssh -i "%XCK%\keys\%NCUSER%.ppk" -X

Now LBC ignores this and sends the variables clear text, which of course messes up things.

Any chance this gets implemented? Could be a no brainer, but it doesn't have to ...  ;)




Just added my thoughts on putty and other launches:

Volunteers?  :D

Hi all!

I would actually favour another approach for putty. My farr coding skills are below zero, but maybe someone would like to volunteer.

Let's suggest we have a flatfile named "putty_sessions.txt" with some content similar to this:

My Lil Server;-load green -ssh [email protected] -i C:\.ssh\myprivkey.ppk
Another one, production!;-load red -ssh [email protected] -i C:\.ssh\myprivkey.ppk

In the farr plugin config, there's something like this:

Command=C:\Program Files\PuTTy\putty.exe

Now, the farr plugin of my dreams would parse the file and kind of compile an alias file out of it (on the fly of course):

^ssh (.*)$
My Lil Server | C:\Program Files\PuTTy\putty.exe -load green -ssh [email protected] -i C:\.ssh\myprivkey.ppk
Another one | C:\Program Files\PuTTy\putty.exe -load red -ssh [email protected] -i C:\.ssh\myprivkey.ppk

This would actually be very easy to handle: Instead of adding 100s of putty sessions into the registry, just put them in the textfile in this format. The "-load red" loads the color scheme in my cases. I already have putty aliases similar to this, but they are quite hard to maintan.

What do you think? Is this feasible?



PS: To be honest, I'd already have other purposes than putty. E.g. Ora SQL logins etc.

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