Changes between Initial Version and Version 5 of Ticket #20342


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Timestamp:
Oct 12, 2016, 11:23:48 PM (3 years ago)
Author:
teor
Comment:

Replying to arma:

The Tor Browser build process generates the Windows expert bundles.

Ok. Switched this ticket over to TBB.

I wonder if it makes sense to add tor-gencert to all the tor browser bundles. Probably not. The likely benefit is negligible, versus the extra download cost.

...So I guess that means this should be a Tor Browser ticket, to the attention of boklm.

teor: when you say nightlies, which ones do you mean?

It turns out that the debian experimental / nightly / alpha builds already have tor-gencert, and chutney finds that OK. If we want to do that for other platforms, I've split it off into #20346.

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  • Ticket #20342

    • Property Cc gk boklm added
    • Property Component changed from Core Tor/Tor to Applications/Tor Browser
    • Property Summary changed from Add tor-gencert.exe to tor expert bundle and tor nightlies to Add tor-gencert.exe to tor expert bundle
    • Property Priority changed from High to Medium
    • Property Keywords 029-proposed removed
    • Property Points changed from 0.5 to
    • Property Milestone changed from Tor: 0.2.??? to
    • Property Owner set to tbb-team
    • Property Type changed from defect to enhancement
    • Property Severity changed from Major to Normal
  • Ticket #20342 – Description

    initial v5  
    11At the recent tor developer meeting, a volunteer tried to get chutney working on Windows, but tor-gencert.exe wasn't in the tor expert bundle.
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    3 If we want people to test Tor on Windows, we need to add at least tor-gencert.exe to the windows expert and nightly bundles. There might be other binaries we want to add as well.
     3If we want people to test Tor on Windows, we need to add at least tor-gencert.exe to the windows expert ~~~and nightly~~~ bundles. ~~~There might be other binaries we want to add as well.~~~