Jorge A. Alfaro-Murillo <jorge.alfaro-murillo <at> yale.edu> writes:
> > hymie! writes: > > > I think you are making the incorrect assumption that the machine > > on which I maintain my Org files is the same machine that I wish > > to execute commands on. > > Yes, or that you can ssh to it. Unfortunately, it is still an incorrect assumption. > > adduser username -d /data/chroot/home/username -s /usr/bin/rssh > > -m -k /dev/null -g rssh pssh -x '-q -t -t' -I -i --hosts > > hosts_linux_rhel6 'sudo -S wget > > puppet/puppet/pub/system_patch.pl -O > > /usr/local/bin/system_patch.pl' < hostnamefile > > You could add a \ at the end of each line that does not end the > command. The only problem there is that I need to know in advance what my line length limit is. That's why I'm really hoping for something that I can use standard automatic word-wrapping instead of "verbatim mode". --hymie!