Okay, I doubt I'll ever get to the bottom of it, but I'm trying to
figure out what's going on in the code anyway, which is leading me to
reading Net::SSH api docs, etc. I probably wont' figure out anything
useful out, but, hey, it's an education.
Can anyone familiar wtih the capistrano code tell me where in the cap
code Net::SSH::Sessions get opened, and, if it isn't being opened in
block form that closes itself after the block, where they get closed?
Having trouble finding it. Thanks if anyone can give me a tip!
On 9/27/2012 4:19 PM, Jonathan Rochkind wrote: