Allow agent forwarding using Cmder (ConEmu)

I am using cmder which runs ConEmu on Windows 8.1.

It has a built in Git functionality so I can pull/push git repositories in the console (like on a Linux console)

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    With the following snipped the SSH key is added during the startup of Cmder and the password has only be entered once per session:

    @echo off
    ssh-agent | grep -v echo | sed -e "s/^/@set /" | sed -e "s/;.*$//" - > call.cmd
    call call.cmd
    del call.cmd
    ssh-add "%HOME%\.ssh\id_rsa"
    @echo on
    

    Add the code to cmder/config/user-startup.cmd in the current Cmder version or to cmder/vendor/init.bat for older versions.

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