[tor-dev] Flashproxy alpha bundles

Alexandre al.frank.allaire at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 15:59:19 UTC 2012

Thanks for pointing this out. I always run the programs from a console,
in which case there is no extra pop-up console, so I hadn't noticed the issue.
We should be able to get rid of them in future releases.


On 2012-12-14, at 10:34 AM, "Sebastian G. <bastik.tor>" <bastik.tor at googlemail.com> wrote:

> Alexandre:
>> The "scary console" mentioned in the test report is probably
>> because of the console=true option in the pyinstaller
>> spec file. I'll have a look and confirm.
>> Alex
> My report might be misleading.
> When I execute "tor-flashproxy-browser-2.4.6-alpha-2_en-US.exe" a
> console window pops up and I can see where the bundle is extracted to.
> (I expected a dialog, to which folder I'd like to extract it)
> I said "scary console" because on Windows you don't use the console
> (well yeah some do, but those don't count ;)) and seeing the console,
> without knowing what it actually is or does could lead to confusion.
> Beside the console during the extraction process (that's what I talked
> about in the report) I see console windows when I execute
> "flashproxy-reg-email.exe" or "flashproxy-reg-http.exe"; I don't think
> those will be a problem, because they just pop-up and are gone; wont
> miss them either. (Was not included in my report, because I hadn't
> executed them manually)
> Regards,
> Sebastian (bastik_tor)
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