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[NEW PORT] security/py-txtorcon: Twisted-based Tor controller client
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Authored by ultima on Sep 10 2017, 9:57 PM.

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Summary

txtorcon is an implementation of the control-spec for Tor using the Twisted
networking library for Python.

This is useful for writing utilities to control or make use of Tor in
event-based Python programs. If your Twisted program supports endpoints (like
twistd does) your server or client can make use of Tor immediately, with no
code changes. Start your own Tor or connect to one and get live stream, circuit,
relay updates; read and change config; monitor events; build circuits; create
onion services; etcetera (ReadTheDocs).

PR\: 222042
Submitted by\: Yuri Victorovich (maintainer)
Reviewed by\: lifanov (mentor), matthew (mentor)
Approved by\: lifanov (mentor), matthew (mentor)
Differential Revision\: https://reviews.freebsd.org/DXXXXX

Test Plan

portlint:
looks fine.

poudriere:
103i386
103amd64
110i386
110amd64
12i386
12amd64

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koobs requested changes to this revision.Sep 11 2017, 5:49 AM
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Missing SUBDIR addition to category/Makefile in changeset

This revision now requires changes to proceed.Sep 11 2017, 5:49 AM

New port needs entries in the category Makefile. Otherwise, looks fine.

Missing SUBDIR addition to category/Makefile in changeset

New port needs entries in the category Makefile. Otherwise, looks fine.

I was planning on using the Tools/scripts/addport script to add the port which automatically adds this bit. Is this acceptable or does it require to be in the Phabricator differential?

Missing SUBDIR addition to category/Makefile in changeset

New port needs entries in the category Makefile. Otherwise, looks fine.

I was planning on using the Tools/scripts/addport script to add the port which automatically adds this bit. Is this acceptable or does it require to be in the Phabricator differential?

That's fine -- I don't need to see a diff against the category Makefile in that case. So long as it's clear that you're going to use addport, no problem.

This revision was automatically updated to reflect the committed changes.