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Re: [tor-talk] Tor Onion Proxy Library
I just updated the Tor Onion Proxy Library . The library will set up a Tor Onion Proxy and help you connect to it as well as use it to host a hidden service. It provides an AAR for Android and a JAR for Linux, OS/X and Windows.
The updates are:
Re-wrote the readme to provide some sample code
Changed build process to simplify it
Updated binaries for Android, Linux, OS/X and Windows to Tor 2.5.10
Updated Android project to work with SDK 21
Updated Android binary to use PIE so it will work on Lollipop
From: Yaron Goland
Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2014 6:32 PM
Subject: Tor Onion Proxy Library
I work on the Thali project  which depends on being able to host hidden services on Android, Linux, Mac and Windows. We wrote an open source library to help us host a Tor OP that that we thought would be useful to the general community - https://github.com/thaliproject/Tor_Onion_Proxy_Library
The library produces an AAR (Android) and a JAR (Linux, Mac & Windows) that contain the Guardian/Tor Project's Onion Proxy binaries. The code handles running the binary, configuring it, managing it, starting a hidden service, etc.
The Tor_Onion_Proxy_Library started off with the Briar code for Android that Michael Rogers was kind enough to let us use . We then expanded it to handle running on Linux, Mac and Windows. The code is just a wrapper around Briar's fork of jtorctl (originally from Guardian I believe) and the latest binaries from Guardian and the Tor Project.
This is an alpha release, version 0.0.0 so please treat accordingly.
I hope y'all find it useful.
 Specifically he dual licensed the code under Apache 2 so we could use it.
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