[tor-dev] obfs3 and Android

Abel Luck abel at guardianproject.info
Sun May 26 07:48:54 UTC 2013

Nathan Freitas:
> On 05/25/2013 08:47 AM, Michele Orrù wrote:
>> In order to run some python code on Android for APAF, I have used
>> SL4A[1], which is a little tricky, but seems more actively developed
>> and ports a few external libraries which could be useful - i.e.
>> pyCrypto.
> Yes, I think this might be the route. The plan would be to create a
> standalone app/plug-in for Obfs3 support, instead of bundling it into
> Orbot directly. This would allow us to support whatever complexity is
> needed for Python, without getting the core app too bogged down.
> If anyone out there is interested in working on this, please get in
> touch with me directly, and/or just start hacking on code in a public
> repo. :)

I have experience getting python code working in android using SL4A.
It's relatively straightforward, the main problem is the IPC between a
python script and android app. There is no real way to do the IPC, you
have to roll your own.


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