PuTTYJL is a wrapper and patch for PuTTY written in C# for .NET 3.5 and Windows 7, adding support for the new jump lists, allowing you to create jump list entries for saved sessions in the registry and optionally just launch the wrapper to start a default session in PuTTY.
PuTTY includes native jump list support since version 0.61. I recommend using that over this software, since I am no longer updating it, although it’s still useful if you want to define a default session for PuTTY to launch or have finer-grained control over the jump list.
The included version of PuTTY is patched with my stacking fix (so it stacks on
PuTTYJL’s taskbar icon; see
AppID.c) and the PuTTY Tray patchet,
compiled with Visual Studio 2010.
- Add an about box to the PuTTYJL config dialog.
- Create a readme
- Include licensing information
- Crashes when PuTTY has no saved sessions (fixed in current beta)
- 0.10 - 30.05.2010: Initial public release