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Thanks for the submission. Is the shar ready? Passes all the tests?
Yes, it passes poudriere build on 10.3 and 9.3.
Created attachment 170668 [details]
Added service startup script and package message.
Port is fully functional and can be committed.
Created attachment 170703 [details]
Updated the port.
* Expanded the package message
* Added startup arguments zeronet_args in rc.conf
--Ready to be committed.--
Created attachment 170811 [details]
* Updated to 0.3.7 (it is labeled but yet unannounced).
* Added TOR option to enable Tor integration.
* Made USER/GROUP variables set in Makefile.
In Tor mode ZeroNet has to work as _tor:_tor in order to have access to the Tor authentication cookie.
Created attachment 170925 [details]
Added more explanations to pkg-message.
Created attachment 171259 [details]
* Eliminated the unnecessary directory 'data' in /var/db/zeronet/data
* Improved pkg-message
Created attachment 171262 [details]
Added missing py-sqlite3 dependency.
Created attachment 171296 [details]
Added DEBUG option that turns on py-werkzeug dependency.
testbuilds are fine
A commit references this bug:
Date: Tue Jun 14 17:03:43 UTC 2016
New revision: 416899
New port: security/zeronet
Open, free and uncensorable websites, using Bitcoin cryptography
and BitTorrent network.
* Real-time updated sites
* Namecoin .bit domains support
* Easy to setup: unpack & run
* Clone websites in one click
* Password-less BIP32 based authorization: Your account is protected
by the same cryptography as your Bitcoin wallet
* Built-in SQL server with P2P data synchronization: Allows easier site
development and faster page load times
* Anonymity: Full Tor network support with .onion hidden services instead
of IPv4 addresses
* TLS encrypted connections
* Automatic uPnP port opening
* Plugin for multiuser (openproxy) support
* Works with any browser/OS
Submitted by: Yuri Victorovich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thank you, Kurt!