[tor-dev] Help with rebasing arma's n23-5 tor branch to current master
charlie.belmer at gmail.com
Thu Jul 18 15:30:19 UTC 2013
Karsten, I'll take a shot at it. Is there a specific timeline I should be
aware of? My C is a little rusty and I am working to learn the codebase
(This sounds like a good opportunity to learn more). I don't want to bite
off more than I can chew if there is a tight release timeline.
On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 8:50 AM, Karsten Loesing <karsten at torproject.org>wrote:
> Dear tor-devs,
> is anyone here up for a coding task that could help us research
> performance improvements of the N23 design more?
> The situation is that we already have a branch (n23-5 in arma's public
> repository), but it's based on 0.2.4.3-alpha-dev and needs to be rebased
> to current master.
> In theory, it's as simple as the following steps:
> $ git clone https://git.torproject.org/tor.git
> $ cd tor/
> $ git remote add arma https://git.torproject.org/arma/tor.git
> $ git fetch arma
> $ git checkout -b n23-5 arma/n23-5
> $ git fetch origin
> $ git rebase origin/master
> (clean up the mess)
> $ git add
> $ git commit
> $ git rebase --continue
> (back to clean-up-the-mess step until git is happy)
> $ git push public n23-5
> Bonus points if you make sure the branch compiles with gcc warnings
> enabled, appeases make check-spaces, and runs peacefully in a private
> Chutney network.
> Unfortunately, the n23-5 branch touches a few places in the tor code
> that have been refactored in current master, including Andrea's
> connection/channel rewrite. It might be necessary to dive into the
> channel thing in order to get this rebase right.
> Once we have a refactored n23-5 branch, I'll try to simulate it in Shadow.
> For a tiny bit of context, this is for our sponsor F item 13:
> I'm asking here, because the usual suspects are already overloaded with
> other stuff. As usual, I guess.
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