Version 8.0 of C-Kermit

Release Notes: Kerberos, SSL/TLS, and SRP security are now bundled in. The external SSH program can now be used to create encrypted connections for file transfer, scripting, and character-set translation over SSH. A secure and scriptable FTP client capable of recursion, recovery, update, and automatic text-binary mode switching is now built in. Other new features include LISP-like S-Expressions, learned scripts, date/time comparison and arithmetic, Expect-like scripting of local applications, and lots more.

Other releases

  •  13 Apr 2004 10:29

Release Notes: This is primarily a "stability release" with all known bugs fixed, plus a few minor feature additions: INPUT /NOMATCH allows a script to read (and possibly log) incoming material without trying to match it with any strings or patterns; SET INPUT SCALE-FACTOR can be used to adjust all INPUT timeouts upwards or downwards by the given factor; ASK-class commands can now be given default answers; FILE READ (FREAD) has new /TRIM and /UNTABIFY options; if you define a macro called ON_CD, it is executed automatically every time you tell Kermit to change directories.

  •  11 Mar 2003 17:47

Release Notes: This release updates the SSL/TLS interface to OpenSSL 0.9.7 and adds SSL support to the VMS and HP-UX ports. Support has been added for AIX 5.2-5.3, FreeBSD 4.8, and Tru64 5.1B. 160+ prebuilt binaries are available. All known bugs are fixed. This release coincides with Kermit 95 2.1.4 for Windows.

  •  14 Nov 2002 19:22

Release Notes: Support for new FTP protocol features such as MLSD (which allows recursive downloads), bugfixes, and source-code parity with Kermit 95 2.1 for Windows.

  •  19 Aug 2001 09:47

Release Notes: Kerberos, SSL/TLS, and SRP security are now bundled in. The external SSH program can now be used to create encrypted connections for file transfer, scripting, and character-set translation over SSH. A secure and scriptable FTP client capable of recursion, recovery, update, and automatic text-binary mode switching is now built in. Other new features include LISP-like S-Expressions, learned scripts, date/time comparison and arithmetic, Expect-like scripting of local applications, and lots more.

  •  30 Jan 2001 06:12

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

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