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#34211 implemented Add support for control signals (ex. Ctrl+C) in Windows TheDcoder

Hi everyone!

I am working on a cross-platform Tor controller/wrapper, and I encountered a minor inconvenience while writing code for stopping Tor in Windows.

Currently the only way to gracefully terminate Tor in Windows is to use the control port to issue the SIGINT signal, it would be beneficial for 3rd party programs which work with Tor to be able to invoke this procedure by using the native "control signals" provided to console programs in Windows.

I have made a patch which implements this functionality, I will post it soon, I am creating this ticket so that I can create a corresponding file in the changes directory :)

Thanks to nickm for some pointers about using the libevent event_active function to trigger the event, I decided to use the activate_signal function as it internally calls the suggested function and simplifies the code.

#34210 implemented Allow TheDcoder to create tickets qbi pastly

They are a real non-troll non-spammy person that I've seen be reasonable on both IRC and Reddit. The recent anti-spam changes we've made are impacting them such that they can't create their first little-t tor ticket.

#34208 fixed Onionperf errors when no subcommand is given (python3) metrics-team acute

Not a major issue by any means, but OP errors when ran without any arguments. This seems to be a behaviour change from Python2 to Python3. The expected behaviour was previously to print help.

~/onionperf$ onionperf
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/local/bin/onionperf", line 532, in <module>
    if __name__ == '__main__': sys.exit(main())
  File "/usr/local/bin/onionperf", line 351, in main
AttributeError: 'Namespace' object has no attribute 'func'

I've attached a patch to get back that behaviour. See also

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