Static compiling tor?

Lexi Pimenidis lexi at
Tue Apr 18 12:44:37 UTC 2006

On Mon, Apr 17, 2006 at 12:59:37AM CEST, Aron Homberg wrote:


> I'm developing an open source  java instant messenger.  I had the
> idea, that my instant messenger client could communicate over
> tor/tsocks with my instant messenger server which is using the same
> technique.

We (RWTH Aachen/PRIME) have developed a library in Java for tor, which
is still in late alpha-status. Although we wanted to release it as open
source, the code quality is still a bit too experimental for that. But
in most cases it works quite well.

Maybe we can provide you with some pre-release.

> The instant messenger server will provide a tor hidden service.

Unfortunately, our code supports up to now only client-side of hidden
service. The server-side is not ready yet.



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