[Tor-BSD] Tor

George Rosamond george at ceetonetechnology.com
Sat Dec 21 19:28:13 EST 2013

> On 22/12/2013 11:15 AM, George Rosamond wrote:
>> Linus Nordberg:
>>> Carlo Strub <cs at FreeBSD.org> wrote
>>> Sat, 21 Dec 2013 14:57:16 +0100:
>>> | It is therefore typically best to try yourself to update the port by
>>> | changing the respective files, and then send the patch to the
>>> | maintainer via a Bug report. If you need help, please consult the
>>> FWIW, this particular update -- from to -- is
>>> probably a good one to pick for someone who wants do their first ports
>>> update. There are no changes to the program, its config files or
>>> documentation. The only changes are to the ChangeLog and ReleaseNotes
>>> documents and version numbers (configure.ac and two more for Windows
>>> builds).
>> Yup... and the very first step in doing your own updates is looking at
>> the ChangeLog, nanotek :)
>> Just go back to the instructions I posted earlier.
>> Also, I'm a bit curious why we're talking about from .18 which
>> is now marked "stable" for Tor, instead of moving to,
>> which should now be tor-devel. . .
>> I moved (most) of my relays/bridges to, since I've been sticking
>> to tor-devel
>> I assume the various BSD port/pkg systems should reflect that...
>> port maintainers?  Linus?
>> g
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> I was just reading in the Tor Weekly News post that .19 is virtually the
> same as .18. Do I use the same instructions you gave me to update the
> port to

Why don't you just try .19 first and see how that goes.

I have to recheck, but I don't think anything was different for,
the new alpha.


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