[tor-dev] Call for testing/review: obfsclient

Yawning Angel yawning at schwanenlied.me
Tue Feb 18 12:47:41 UTC 2014

On Mon, 17 Feb 2014 19:34:36 +0000
Yawning Angel <yawning at schwanenlied.me> wrote:

> I will address the GCC build issues when I'm done working on that.
> The system gcc on 9.1p10 is  ancient (4.2.1), and does not support
> C++11, so I would have to install gcc from ports.

I haven't installed gcc on my FreeBSD 9 box (or setup a 9.2 VM), but
with gcc47 from ports, it builds on FreeBSD 10 with tip of tree.  I'm
fairly sure I put the correct ifdefs in to handle the older OpenSSL
interface as well, so I don't anticipate further problems.

Relevant changes:
 * Logging was broken -> 6de5dbdb283da9afb0ba0020c17254945821f88e
 * "<::" lexer bug -> 9b0dbf0197f0fa3e3ff991202bf0977452c3d000
 * std::to_string missing -> 1fe7ad18d0bfac52418e2991511bb2aaa6abc9bf
 * added casts -> 2a84ce036121f959ba553076986b248c2a873e47
 * OpenSSL interface -> 39e1dd27000b6aecb074c55afaafab58b86e933a

Note: The logging library I'm using supposedly ICEs with gcc 4.6, and
I'm not overly inclined to support anything pre-4.7.x.

The OpenSSL interface change is current master.

I'm not sure if I'm quite ready to tag this as 0.0.1 yet, I kind of
want to add the optional ScrambleSuit features that I skipped, but
since the pt isn't quite production yet (any day now), maybe it's ok.


Yawning Angel
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