Project Release Information
This update adds promised file drags, allowing
users to drag items from the remote pane to the
desktop or any open Finder window. It also fixes a
bug in path creations for using alternative
OpenSSH installations. The documentation has been
This release adds support for Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger, largely in the way of code cleanup to silence gcc4 compiler warnings. This release also features a patch that allows users to use alternative SSH binaries. Two small fixes are included, one for handling asterisks in filenames correctly, and one placing the build number in the bundle's Info.plist to improve update checks.
The SCP image well and local path field (Mark Fleming) now accept file drops. File type is obtained using LaunchServices. The Fugu project is now Xcode native. This release properly null-terminates raw byte strings in the download path, and now reloads the icon cache if the parent folder's modification time changes. The command line external editor correctly handles spaces in filenames. Fugu no longer crashes when uploading an externally edited file while hidden or minimized.
This release candidate for 1.1.2 adds display of
real local icons and improves icon caching. It
also fixes a problem renaming files with names
that had been truncated with an ellipsis for
display, and restores error display when errors
occur during transfers.
This release adds the ability to save advanced
options in Favorites, corrects overwriting
behavior, and adds a hidden default to disable
overwrite prompting (named "TrapezeWithNoNet").
Fugu SSH is a Mac OS X graphical frontend to OpenSSH's Secure File Transfer application (SFTP). SFTP is similar to FTP, but, unlike FTP, the entire session is encrypted, meaning no passwords are sent in cleartext form, and it is thus much less vulnerable to third-party interception. Fugu allows you to take advantage of SFTP's security without having to sacrifice the ease of use found in a GUI. Fugu also includes support for SCP files transfers, and the ability to create secure tunnels through SSH.