[tor-dev] want to contribute to tor
debamitro at gmail.com
Thu Jan 3 12:12:28 UTC 2013
I think adding http proxy support to tor sounds more interesting. But there
seems to be a looong discussion on ticket #6060 whether to add this
functionality inside tor or not. What is the final roadmap, if any?
On Mon, Dec 24, 2012 at 6:32 PM, adrelanos <adrelanos at riseup.net> wrote:
> Debamitro Chakraborti:
> > Hi,
> > I am a C/C++ programmer wanting to dabble in the world of open source. I
> > got to know of Tor and I felt the product is an important one for
> > I have downloaded, built and run tor and also torsocks. Are there any
> > coding tasks needed in tor at present? Do let me know.
> > Regards,
> > Debamitro Chakraborti
> perhaps solving the ticket "add http proxy support to Tor"?
> Or working on torsocks maybe?
> At the moment the torsocks input methods are a bit weird. The and
> usewithtor, torify and uwt wrappers should be be redundant.
> The uwt interface could be extended to a point where all settings which
> can be defined in the config file can also be defined by command line.
> And if that's too much, an option to supply the configuration file by
> command line would help as well.
> Interface could look like this:
> Usage: torsocks [-h] [-v] -t server_type -i ip -p port <command>
> Example: torsocks -t 5 -i 127.0.0.1 -p 9050 wget
> sudo torsocks -t 5 -i 192.168.0.10 -p 9104 /usr/bin/apt-get
> --yes dist-upgrade
> The list of other torsocks issues also looks reasonable small.
> And if I am not mistaken, Vidalia is currently lacking development.
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