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Re: torproject svn changes

Hello Mike and Roger,

I think it might be useful to put some README to root of svn with this explanation. For example, I had link to original svn in source codes and was very scared, when svn browser told me "not found".

But thank you for your explanation, I can work on project again :).


2008/10/23 Mike Perry <mikeperry@xxxxxxxxxx>
Thus spake Roger Dingledine (arma@xxxxxxx):

> On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 10:42:27PM +0200, slush wrote:
> > do anobody know, where I can found sources of TorCtl, which was months ago
> > on https://www.torproject.org/svn/torflow/TorCtl/ ? It looks like Tor svn
> > structure has changed and I cannot find important library for my
> > application.

Also, the most recent version of torflow is currently at

which contains TorCtl (actually an alias to
https://tor-svn.freehaven.net/svn/torctl/trunk/python/TorCtl) and a
bunch of scripts that make use of TorCtl.

Hopefully I will be merging back that branch into torflow trunk in the
near future.

> www.torproject.org is our website. We used to mirror (not very well)
> some parts of the svn repository on the website. We stopped doing that
> because it wasn't working very well and didn't scale to the number of
> modules in the repository. You can find the correct pointers to the svn
> repository here:
> https://www.torproject.org/documentation#Developers
> You might also find https://svn.torproject.org/ to be useful (it's
> another mirror of the real repository, but ought to be good enough for
> most read-only uses).