[tor-dev] [GSoC] [Stegotorus] Code submission and more curl
zackw at panix.com
Mon Sep 10 14:53:03 UTC 2012
On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 4:33 AM, vmon <vmonmoonshine at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Zack,
> 1) I would like to ask your permission to submit the whole code for
> code submission. First because my task in the summer wasn't only to
> write the parts that I wrote but also to read the code and debug it as
> well. Secondly because the git log shows who wrote what. Thirdly, It's
Yes, that seems reasonable. In case Google decides they don't like
that, you could also send them the diff between master and your
> 2) I had more discussion on libcurl-dev with the libcurl main developer. He
> thinks despite the fact my approach is working right now, it isn't
> stable and can break down in a different environment. To solve this, I'm going
> to let curl also read from the socket instead of libevent, this isn't
> very hard (I'll disable both EV_READ and EV_WRITE as soon as I'm handing
> the socket to curl). I confirmed with Nick that (unlike libcurl)
> libevent support this.
I don't know enough about libcurl to really grok the situation here,
but what you're doing sounds plausible.
>>I still don't see the problem. If you do exactly that, and don't use
>>he DECLARE macros for http_apache_steg, what breaks?
> If I don't use the DECLARE then I can't specify http_apache as the steg
> protocol in the command line .
Ah, so what you need to do is define a *new* DECLARE macro that
doesn't define all the boilerplate you don't want - let's call it
STEG_DECLARE_SUBMODULE - and modify genmodtable.sh to pick it up.
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