[tor-dev] Twisted-based Tor client performance measurement tool
karsten at torproject.org
Wed Jan 23 07:45:12 UTC 2013
On 1/22/13 10:35 PM, Linus Nordberg wrote:
> Karsten Loesing <karsten at torproject.org> wrote
> Tue, 22 Jan 2013 21:56:47 +0100:
> | > | You'd need https://github.com/ln5/twisted-socks for a SOCKS client for
> | > | this (looks like V4 only?). There are some other ones floating around
> | > | out there, too, but nothing in core Twisted (as far as I
> | > | recall). Ah, like https://twistedmatrix.com/trac/ticket/1330>
> | > twisted-socks needs more love. I should try to understand and then merge
> | > [a0cb2383] to begin with (sorry Arturo) if you decide to use it.
> | >
> | > [a0cb2383] https://github.com/hellais/twisted-socks/commit/a0cb2383ed4409e0dd840455ec8923f54e718d3c
> | I can now confirm that it works if you apply this trivial patch:
> | https://github.com/kloesing/twisted-socks/commit/1d73b6f6bbc490b88ebe9fa0213f1dae711174b6
> I just realised that I had already merged Arturos fix, plus your fix,
> back in September. It was cleverly disguised as
> a1c4f02c * Add license info to all source files.
> though, so it wasn't easy to spot. *blushes*
> Karsten, can you confirm that 17723a8c in my repo works for you?
Works like a charm!
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