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ssh-command-windows: preference variable

Default value: %w ssh

When Epsilon evaluates the ssh-template and ssh-no-user-template variables, it substitutes "ssh" for any %c sequence it finds. But an OS-specific variable like this one can override this. Under Windows, Epsilon uses this variable as the name of the ssh command.

Any %w in the setting will be replaced by an invocation of an appropriate helper program when running on a system with Cygwin installed (or with nothing if Cygwin is not installed). (The helper program instructs any programs that follow on the command line to behave as if running interactively, when sending output or prompting for user input. In particular, this makes it prompt for a password or passphrase.)

Any %x in the setting will be replaced with the name of the directory containing Epsilon's executable; any %X will be replaced by the 8.3 version of that directory name.

More info:

ssh-no-user-template
ssh-template



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