Development tools for Tor

Nick Mathewson nickm at
Fri Apr 13 17:13:42 UTC 2007

On Fri, Apr 13, 2007 at 01:03:12PM +0200, Karsten Loesing wrote:
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> Which development tools can you recommend for working with the Tor code
> or rather with C in general? So far I have worked a lot with Java under
> Windows, where Eclipse is the obvious choice. How about C? I tried the C
> development tools (CDT) for Eclipse which look quite complete to me. But
> is there something better than that? If it's only available for Linux,
> no problem, VMs are for free.

I haven't tried Eclipse; I just use emacs.  Roger is a vim guy, I
believe.  As long as you've got a decent toolchain that plays nice
with autoconf and automake, though, it should be fine.

Our coding style, such as it is, is in doc/HACKING in the source.

Nick Mathewson
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