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Re: Re: Attn: Nick or Roger: An offer to enable you to release Widows builds
On 9/6/06, Arrakistor <arrakistor@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I think there is a problem with this build. It keeps on reporting that
the time server suddenly jumped X seconds, so it is assuming all
circuits are old. What code did you have to edit?
This is a problem with win32 in general, not his build. For a reason
I'm not sure of yet, the default (ie, when your system doesn't have
socketpair()) tor_socketpair() is blocking when connect()ing to
When Tor implements overlapped sockets, hopefully this and other
things should go away.
BTW, the current SVN of Tor should compile on MinGW.
Wednesday, September 6, 2006, 3:24:28 PM, you wrote:
> Hello Anothony,
>> The past two versions of Tor (v.0.1.1.23 and v.0.1.2.1-alpha) have
>> taken awhile to be built/released for Windows (the latter still is
>> MIA). I know this is because you guys don't have a Windows box and
>> I think the person who used to do the Windows build isn't doing so anymore?
> I have built it on Win32. You can take it here - www.ygrek.org.ua/tor
> Actually I had to edit a code a little to compile.. So use it on your
> own risk :) The archives contain only tor.exe and tor_resolve.exe
> My GPG key is in attach.
> Fingerprint - A34C 49DD 3DB8 B78D FAEB E0FA 6346 B945 708D 5A0C