[tor-dev] Embedding tor in an application and using tor without opening a port
navin.kurupacheril at gmail.com
Fri Apr 5 00:56:01 UTC 2013
I tried to build using your project and I think most of the Tor code works
but I am not sure how to add all the libraries. Can they be built from the
Can you also run "tree /f >files.txt" in your source folder and attach the
file. That way, I can make sure I have the same files as you.
On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 10:49 PM, wac <waldoalvarez00 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 3, 2013 00:38 EDT Navin Francis wrote:
> Hi Nick:
> >It seems like like we are trying to do almost exactly the same thing :)
> >You also mentioned that you got Tor working as a visual studio project. I
> >was trying to do this myself, but its really a PITA since the Tor
> >configuration does not generate a visual studio project and the VC++
> >libraries don't play well with the cygwin libraries (I thought that Tor
> >only supports cygwin on windows). If your code compiles, I would really
> >appreciate it if you can upload it somewhere.
> Sure. I did it with visual studio 2010 since cygwin weights a lot and I am
> over dialup. So just used resources available ;). The solutions + project +
> instructions will serve to you? I attached the solutions + project. I am
> looking to upload the rest once I am done. I tested writing and works like
> a charm but I am using the same thread. Requested www.torproject.orgwebpage using Tor :). Still gotta make things reentrant. Maybe someone
> wants to join.
> You need to place the files inside the folder win32 and drop the files
> there. I named it tor-windows-vs2010 but you likely can choose whatever you
> want for the name.
> You will have to change libraries location and header files since I didn't
> set them relative.
> I built all the libraries from source. OpenSSL, libevent and zlib with
> visual studio as well with nmake using the visual studio console. For
> OpenSSL you need Perl. Not sure if zlib is ok since I had to try several
> for gzip support and picked an old one.
> If you need help building the libraries just let me know.
> Ahh and I had to move some files around. At least curve25519-donna.c I
> placed it in win 32 directory for Tor 0.2.4.
> That should do, but if you hit something just let me know.
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