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Re: Re[4]: Using Tor signals on Win32 NT (eg. pseudo-signals)?

I recommended PowerShell for Anothony because he mentioned Windows-specific batch files. Yes, PowerShell requires .NET 2.0, but since he is confined to a Windows machine does that really matter? I know some people are averse to installing .NET and, if that's the case with Anothony, then I doubt there's a viable (free) scripting solution.

I realize Torpark is cross-platform, and that is why I recommended XPCOM for it (and gave you links to learn about socket communications over XPCOM off this list).

----- Original Message ----
From: Arrakistor <arrakistor@xxxxxxxxx>
To: Anothony Georgeo <or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, August 2, 2006 6:31:58 PM
Subject: Re[4]: Using Tor signals on Win32 NT (eg. pseudo-signals)?


Yes,  XPCOM  will be useful and certainly the solution I need. It just
so  happens  that  I don't know _javascript_, so the XPCOM solution will
take me a while to figure out.


Wednesday, August 2, 2006, 5:22:28 PM, you wrote:

> Hi Arrakistor,

> Arrakistor <arrakistor@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: Unfortunately,
> powershell is not any sort of standalone, and requires
> the  entire  .net  framework  be  installed to use it, from what I can
> tell.

> Regards,
>  Arrakistor
> Yes, PowerShell requires .Net 2.0 so unfortunitly it is not
> usefull to your TorPark.  But, as eric mentioned XPCOM may work for
> you?  http://www.mozilla.org/projects/xpcom

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