Provided by: rex_1.3.3-1_all bug

NAME

       Rex::Helper::SSH2::Expect - An Expect like module for Net::SSH2

DESCRIPTION

       This is a module to have expect like features for Net::SSH2. This is the first version of
       this module. Please report bugs at GitHub <https://github.com/krimdomu/net-ssh2-expect>

DEPENDENCIES

       ยท   Net::SSH2

SYNOPSIS

        use Rex::Helper::SSH2::Expect;

        my $exp = Rex::Helper::SSH2::Expect->new($ssh2);
        $exp->spawn("passwd");
        $exp->expect($timeout, [
                         qr/Enter new UNIX password:/ => sub {
                                                 my ($exp, $line) = @_;
                                                 $exp->send($new_password);
                                               }
                       ],
                       [
                         qr/Retype new UNIX password:/ => sub {
                                                 my ($exp, $line) = @_;
                                                 $exp->send($new_password);
                                               }
                       ],
                       [
                         qr/passwd: password updated successfully/ => sub {
                                                         my ($exp, $line) = @_;
                                                         $exp->hard_close;
                                                       }
                       ]);

CLASS METHODS

   new($ssh2)
       Constructor: You need to parse an connected Net::SSH2 Object.

   log_stdout(0|1)
       Log on STDOUT.

   log_file($file)
       Log everything to a file. $file can be a filename, a filehandle or a subRef.

   spawn($command, @parameters)
       Spawn $command with @parameters as parameters.

   soft_close()
       Currently only an alias to hard_close();

   hard_close();
       Stops the execution of the process.

   expect($timeout, @match_patters)
       This method controls the execution of your process.

   send($string)
       Send a string to the running command.