Changes between Version 193 and Version 194 of doc/SupportPrograms


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Timestamp:
Jan 26, 2018, 6:57:51 AM (17 months ago)
Author:
JeremyRand
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Fixed dead link to jsocks. (Bisq is no longer embedding a copy in their repo, they now utilize ravn's GitHub repo.)

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    v193 v194  
    8787 * [http://antinat.sourceforge.net Antinat]: seems to be a SOCKS client library (and server, but you'd only want the client side) for C/C++ that supports SOCKS4a.
    8888 * [https://github.com/fengyouchao/sockslib SocksLib]: SOCKS client and server library for Java.  Supports username/password authentication, so stream isolation should be feasible.
    89  * [https://github.com/bitsquare/bitsquare/tree/master/jsocks jsocks]: SOCKS client and server library for Java.  Appears to support username/password authentication, so stream isolation should be feasible.  Currently used by Bitsquare (a decentralized Bitcoin exchange).
     89 * [https://github.com/ravn/jsocks jsocks]: SOCKS client and server library for Java.  Appears to support username/password authentication, so stream isolation should be feasible.  Currently used by Bisq (a decentralized Bitcoin exchange).
    9090 * [https://github.com/Anorov/PySocks PySocks]: SOCKS client library for Python.  Supports username/password authentication, so stream isolation should be feasible.
    9191 * [https://github.com/igniterealtime/Smack/tree/master/smack-core/src/main/java/org/jivesoftware/smack/proxy Smack Proxy]: SOCKS client library for Java.  Supports username/password authentication, so stream isolation should be feasible.  Currently used by Smack (an XMPP library) and Zom (an Android XMPP client).