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Re: [tor-talk] Tor Onion Proxy Library
On Wed, Feb 18, 2015, at 08:17 PM, Yaron Goland wrote:
> 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.
Thanks for updating us and reminding me of this important effort. We are
looking at breaking up Orbot to be more modular itself, and may utilize
your work to do so, along with our PLUTO effort for pluggable
> 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
> To: tor-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> 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 -
> 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.
>  http://www.thaliproject.org/mediawiki/index.php?title=Main_Page
>  Specifically he dual licensed the code under Apache 2 so we could use
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