This is the first release candidate for the 0.1.2.x series. We made it work better on Windows again, and fixed a few other bugs. This is a release candidate! That means that we don't know of any remaining show-stopping bugs, and this will become the new stable if there are no problems. Please test it, and tell us about any problems that you find. http://tor.eff.org/download.html Changes in version 0.1.2.9-rc - 2007-03-02 o Major bugfixes (Windows): - On MinGW, use "%I64u" to printf/scanf 64-bit integers, instead of the usual GCC "%llu". This prevents a bug when saving 64-bit int configuration values: the high-order 32 bits would get truncated. In particular, we were being bitten by the default MaxAdvertisedBandwidth of 128 TB turning into 0. (Fixes bug 400 and maybe also bug 397.) o Minor bugfixes (performance): - Use OpenSSL's AES implementation on platforms where it's faster. This could save us as much as 10% CPU usage. o Minor bugfixes (server): - Do not rotate onion key immediately after setting it for the first time. o Minor bugfixes (directory authorities): - Stop calling servers that have been hibernating for a long time "stable". Also, stop letting hibernating or obsolete servers affect uptime and bandwidth cutoffs. - Stop listing hibernating servers in the v1 directory. o Minor bugfixes (hidden services): - Upload hidden service descriptors slightly less often, to reduce load on authorities. o Minor bugfixes (other): - Fix an assert that could trigger if a controller quickly set then cleared EntryNodes. (Bug found by Udo van den Heuvel.) - On architectures where sizeof(int)>4, still clamp declarable bandwidth to INT32_MAX. - Fix a potential race condition in the rpm installer. Found by Stefan Nordhausen. - Try to fix eventdns warnings once and for all: do not treat a dns rcode of 2 as indicating that the server is completely bad; it sometimes means that the server is just bad for the request in question. (may fix the last of bug 326.) - Disable encrypted directory connections when we don't have a server descriptor for the destination. We'll get this working again in the 0.2.0 branch.
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