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Tor 0.0.9.6 is out
Tor 0.0.9.6 fixes more stability problems with servers. If you still
have crash bugs, please let us know!
o Bugfixes on 0.0.9.x (crashes and asserts):
- Add new end stream reasons to maintainance branch. Fix bug where
reason (8) could trigger an assert. Prevent bug from recurring.
- Apparently win32 stat wants paths to not end with a slash.
- Fix assert triggers in assert_cpath_layer_ok(), where we were
blowing away the circuit that conn->cpath_layer points to, then
checking to see if the circ is well-formed. Backport check to make
sure we dont use the cpath on a closed connection.
- Prevent circuit_resume_edge_reading_helper() from trying to package
inbufs for marked-for-close streams.
- Don't crash on hup if your options->address has become unresolvable.
- Some systems (like OS X) sometimes accept() a connection and tell
you the remote host is 0.0.0.0:0. If this happens, due to some
other mis-features, we get confused; so refuse the conn for now.
o Bugfixes on 0.0.9.x (other):
- Fix harmless but scary "Unrecognized content encoding" warn message.
- Add new stream error reason: TORPROTOCOL reason means "you are not
speaking a version of Tor I understand; say bye-bye to your stream."
- Be willing to cache directories from up to ROUTER_MAX_AGE seconds
into the future, now that we are more tolerant of skew. This
resolves a bug where a Tor server would refuse to cache a directory
because all the directories it gets are too far in the future;
yet the Tor server never logs any complaints about clock skew.