Feature suggestion: Import PuTTY sessions

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Joined: Aug 14 2004
Posts: 18
Feature suggestion: Import PuTTY sessions
I realise TeSSH isn't your priority right now, but... ...it would be handy to (selectively) import my PuTTY sessions into TeSSH. Obviously not all the settings will be importable, but the major things (host, port, protocol, name (title), username, etc. should be easily importable as they (and all other PuTTY settings) are stored in the Windows Registry.
Joined: Oct 17 2000
Posts: 21
That's a great idea. I second it.
Asati di tempari!
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Joined: Jan 1 1999
Posts: 178
If you can point me to a link where the file format of PuTTY sessions is defined, then I can look into this. Edited: Nevermind, I missed the part of your post where you said it was all stored in the registry. That shouldn't be hard to do.