The first released tor version with
%include feature is
0.3.1.1-alpha. When adding a %include line to
the Tor version is below it, Tor will stop working, which is a severe
I have no idea when
0.3.1.1-alpha will become stable (and did not
find any document on Tor life cycles) . Therefore, if
0.3.1.1-alpha still not become stable when Whonix14 is released,
there are two ways to prevent
anon-connection-wizard to add
%include line to
- Just do not include
anon-connection-wizard into Whonix14 until
the feature is included into stable Tor; 2. merge this commit:
What do you think, @Patrick ?
It’s not a single line change.
It needs all of this probably.
When we get close to Whonix 14 release, I think it would be better to
forward port what Tor 0.3.1.1-alpha does.
Since there is a lot work left until Whonix 14, I guess chances are we
are in time for 0.3.1.1 getting stable (or we’ll add the beta or even
alpha if that isn’t too crazy).
Btw, is “what is the Tor life cycles” a question worth asking on
tor-talk@ ? Or it has been documented?
Good question. Worth asking.