[tor-dev] Torsocks reengineered
iang at cs.uwaterloo.ca
Tue Jun 4 12:08:01 UTC 2013
On Mon, Jun 03, 2013 at 09:38:30PM -0400, David Goulet wrote:
> There might be some rebasing going on in that branch in the next weeks
> so please don't consider it right now as "git stable" since I'm in the
> heavy part of getting everything together before starting a "normally
> growing" master branch. If you like to contribute or help, let me know
> and we'll make something work.
> Big thanks to nickm, ioerror and sysrqb for their help on all this.
Does the current version of torsocks support Optimistic Data? That
saves a round trip through the Tor network, and makes things snappier.
Tor clients, servers, and recently the Tor Browser now support it.
Regardless, if you're rewriting torsocks, you might ensure the new
version has such support. (Ticket #3711 is about this; there appears to
be an unmerged branch for it.)
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