In tor-android-services, document where the code we imported comes from
tor-android-service, we have commit 36f9873ff075253f4c1c9e394c91031fd4ba9d4a which is adding a bunch of code:
However it seems that this code has been taken from various other places, but there is no indication of where.
Ideally we would have kept history of the projects we imported code from (for example with
git filter-branch), or just used sub-modules if we did not modify them. But since we didn't do that, I think we should at least put somewhere the information about where all the code we include comes from.
For example the
jsocksAndroid directory seems to be imported from https://github.com/guardianproject/jsocks or maybe https://github.com/ravn/jsocks, but there is no indication of that, or which commit was used. The directory
service/ looks similar to https://github.com/guardianproject/orbot/tree/master/orbotservice, but there is no indication that it was imported from there, or which commit was used.
I am also wondering why we have both
We also have a
LICENSE file containing the Apache License, but it is unclear to what it applies since this is neither the license of Orbot of jsocks.