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kuldietercastel Mar 2nd, 2013 51 Never
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  1. REM send.bat
  2. REM Send all files from the inputDir directory to the outputDir directory of the given username .
  3. REM
  4. REM Description:
  5. REM             This script has to be used with the pscp.exe of the putty suite.
  6. REM             You can find putty here: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html
  7. REM    
  8. REM     Version:        1.0
  9. REM Author:     Dieter Castel
  10. REM License:    Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
  11. REM                             See: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ for more info.
  12.  
  13. REM Variables
  14. REM     Changes where the files will be coppied to.
  15. set outputDir=/recieved
  16. REM     Changes where the files will be coppied from.
  17. set inputDir=./toSend/*
  18.  
  19. @echo off
  20. REM Asks for your user name.
  21. set /p user="Enter your ssh user name:"
  22. echo "Sending all files in %inputDir% to %user%@st.cs.kuleuven.be:/home/student/%user%%outputDir%"
  23. echo "Files with the same name will be OVERWRITTEN!!!!!!"
  24. echo "Press enter to continue or CRTL+C to exit."
  25. pause
  26. REM Uses putty copy
  27. REM     -v for verbose messaging
  28. REM -r to copy all directories recursivly
  29. REM -2 force to use ssh2
  30. REM -scp use the scp protocol
  31. pscp -v -r -scp -2 -scp %inputDir% %user%@st.cs.kuleuven.be:/home/student/%user%%outputDir%
  32. pause
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