[tor-dev] Vidalia 2.0 - an complete rewrite

Leo Unglaub leo at leo-unglaub.net
Mon Mar 11 02:40:32 UTC 2013

sorry for not responding so long, but i had very much things todo.

On 2013-02-22 06:56, Damian Johnson wrote:
> if you haven't tried the arm gui
> then it might be worth a look. It's GTK, python, and functional so it
> might have some bits that you'd find to be useful.

i tryed that some time ago, but i was unable of getting it to work 
properly. Always hat a problem during the cagraph installation. So i 
gave up on it. But i know Arm itself in the command line version. Use it 
every day.

I have also continued to work on my tool as well. I dumped my own 
implementation of the Tor Control Protocol and looked into Stem and 

Both are good libraries, but i have some difficulties implementing them 
for remote servers. Using them on local servers is easy and saves me a 
lot of work, but tunneling it over SSH to manage remote Servers as well 
is something that i currently failed at.

I tryed to reach the developers in the irc, but i think we have there a 
little timezone problem :)

Currently i fafour Stem for my tool because it simply looked easier to 
use. But i don't want to say that txtorcon is a bad software, it just 
seems a little bit mor complicated that i need :)

I also have named my tool. It's called "Gibbs". I also created a github 
repository where i will push my local git repository the next couple of 
days. I also want to release some screenshots soon so you can see what 
is comming.



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