richard at walnut.gen.nz
Fri Feb 8 03:57:18 UTC 2019
On 21/01/19 8:07 PM, Richard Hector via rsync wrote:
> Hi all,
> I see a couple of earlier threads, particularly this one:
> partly answer my question, but not fully.
> I also am writing a wrapper, so that I can run multiple dirvish runs
> against the same server, using forced commands, but without using
> multiple keys to get multiple commands, which is my current workaround.
> But in the interests of locking things down, I'd like to know what the
> options are in the -eSTRING section, so I can choose which to
> allow/force. Is that documented anywhere? Or do I have to resort to the
> And/or can I safely assume that anything in the -eSTRING won't let a
> client get any more than I intended? Does the STRING just run from after
> the -e to the next whitespace?
Anybody? Are these options/flags deliberately kept obscure?
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