Commit 0a865bc2 authored by Roger Dingledine's avatar Roger Dingledine
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various fixes from reading or-cvs the past few days


svn:r12035
parent 322eddb0
Most users should simply follow the directions at
http://www.torproject.org/docs/tor-doc-unix
Most users who realize that INSTALL files still exist should simply
follow the directions at
https://www.torproject.org/docs/tor-doc-unix
If you got the source from Subversion, run "./autogen.sh", which will
run the various auto* programs and then run ./configure for you. From
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......@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
It also lists the licenses for other components used by Tor.
For more information about Tor, see http://www.torproject.org/.
For more information about Tor, see https://www.torproject.org/.
If you got this file as a part of a larger bundle,
there may be other license terms that you should be aware of.
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......@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
#
# tor-ctrl will return 0 if it was successful and 1 if not, 2 will be returned
# if something (telnet, xxd) is missing. 4 will be returned if it executed
# serveral commands from a file.
# several commands from a file.
#
# For setting the bandwidth for specific times of the day, I suggest calling
# tor-ctrl via cron, e.g.:
......@@ -49,10 +49,11 @@
# Also have a look at my page:
# http://ge.mine.nu/
#
# 2007-10-03: First version, only changing bandwidth possible
# 2007-10-03: First version, only changing bandwidth possible.
# 2007-10-04: Renaming to "tor-ctrl", added a lot of functions, it's now a
# general-purpose tool added control_auth_cookie/controlpassword
# auth, getopts, program checks, readinf from file etc.
# general-purpose tool.
# Added control_auth_cookie/controlpassword auth, getopts,
# program checks, reading from file etc.
VERSION=v1
TORCTLIP=127.0.0.1
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......@@ -121,9 +121,9 @@ Proposal:
VERSIONS cell before sending any other cells. (But see below.)
VersionsLen [1 byte]
Versions [NumVersions bytes]
Versions [VersionsLen bytes]
"Versions" is a sequence of NumVersions bytes. Each value between 1 and
"Versions" is a sequence of VersionsLen bytes. Each value between 1 and
127 inclusive represents a single version; current implementations MUST
ignore other bytes. Parties should list all of the versions which they
are able and willing to support. Parties can only communicate if they
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......@@ -107,19 +107,19 @@ Status: Open
4. Changes to the v2 directory
Previously v2 authorities that had a binding for a server named Bob did
Previously, v2 authorities that had a binding for a server named Bob did
not list any other server named Bob. This will change too:
Version 2 authorities will start listing all routers they know about,
whether they conflict with a name-binding or not: Servers for which
this authority has a binding will continue to be marked Named,
additionally all other servers of that will be listed without the
additionally all other servers of that nickname will be listed without the
Named flag (i.e. there will be no Unnamed flag in v2 status documents).
Clients already should handle having a named Bob alongside unnamed
Bobs correctly, and having the unnamed Bobs in the status file even
without the named server is no worse than the curren status quo where
clients learn about those severs from other authorities.
without the named server is no worse than the current status quo where
clients learn about those servers from other authorities.
The benefit of this is that an authority's opinion on a server like
Guard, Stable, Fast etc. can now be learned by clients even if that
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......@@ -1251,7 +1251,7 @@ getinfo_helper_misc(control_connection_t *conn, const char *question,
/** Awful hack: return a newly allocated string based on a routerinfo and
* (possibly) an extrainfo, sticking the read-history and write-history from
* <b>ei</b> into the resulting string. The thing you get back won't
* necessarily have a valid signature.
* have a valid signature.
*
* New code should never use this; it's for backward compatibiliy.
*
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......@@ -862,7 +862,7 @@ networkstatus_get_live_consensus(time_t now)
}
/** Copy all the ancillary information (like router download status and so on)
* from <b>old_c</b> to <b>new_c</b> */
* from <b>old_c</b> to <b>new_c</b>. */
static void
networkstatus_copy_old_consensus_info(networkstatus_vote_t *new_c,
const networkstatus_vote_t *old_c)
......@@ -1138,7 +1138,7 @@ download_status_map_update_from_v2_networkstatus(void)
}
/** Update our view of the list of named servers from the most recently
* retrieved networkstatus consensus */
* retrieved networkstatus consensus. */
static void
routerstatus_list_update_named_server_map(void)
{
......@@ -1157,9 +1157,9 @@ routerstatus_list_update_named_server_map(void)
});
}
/** Given a list <b>routers</b> of routerinfo_t *, update each status fields
/** Given a list <b>routers</b> of routerinfo_t *, update each status field
* according to our current consensus networkstatus. May re-order
* <b>router</b>. */
* <b>routers</b>. */
void
routers_update_status_from_consensus_networkstatus(smartlist_t *routers,
int reset_failures)
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