[tor-dev] Call for testing/review: obfsclient-0.0.2
yawning at schwanenlied.me
Fri Mar 28 08:58:45 UTC 2014
I just tagged obfsclient v0.0.2 (Release)
Download at: https://github.com/Yawning/obfsclient/archive/v0.0.2.tar.gz
This is mostly a bug fix release that addresses issues found in
testing/actual use. The code is quite stable now, and I have been using
it for all of my tor for approximately 2 weeks.
Changes since 0.0.1:
* Change the command line arguments to match the obfsproxy
counterparts. This fixes issue #31.
* Apply pushback between each side of the proxied connection to limit
the amount of data that can be buffered. This fixes issue #3.
* Use bufferevent_write_buffer to save allocating/copying in
obfs2/obfs3. This fixes issue #24.
* Fix assertions primarily seen on abrupt connection close by
disabling all reads on transition into the various SOCKS5 FLUSHING
* Cleaned up the logging, and log SOCKS5 assertions to the log
* Send a TTL EXPIRED SOCKS5 error on connection timeouts.
* Fixed an assertion that occurred if the outgoing connection
immediately failed (Eg: Network interface being down).
* Darwin build fixes, pointed out by Jeroen Massar.
* FreeBSD 8.x/9.0 build fix, pointed out by Fabian Keil.
NB: Darwin builds require using liballium from git and not 0.0.1, due
to a minor code change to a embedded dependency. It is also entirely
possible that I broke this again via changes made since then, but I
don't use Darwin at all.
Assuming there are no major bugs, I am hoping that 0.0.3 will be a
feature release so the pace should be less hectic.
Questions, comments, feedback appreciated as always,
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