torsocks git clone git://timaq4ygg2iegci7.onion/txtorcon.git
Supported and tested platforms: Python 2.7+, Python 3.5+, PyPy 5.0.0+ using Twisted 15.5.0+, 16.3.0+, or 17.1.0+ (see travis).
- Installing txtorcon
- Programming Guide
- API Stability
- High Level Overview
- A Tor Instance
- A Note On Style
- Tracking and Changing Tor’s Configuration
- Monitor and Change Tor’s State
- Making Connections Over Tor
- Onion (Hidden) Services
- Custom Circuits
- Building Your Own Circuits
- Web: clients
- Web: servers (services)
- Starting Tor
- Circuits and Streams
All official releases are tagged in Git, and signed by my key. All official releases on PyPI have a corresponding GPG signature of the build. Please be aware that
pip does not check GPG signatures by default; please see this ticket if you care.
The most reliable way to verify you got what I intended is to clone the Git repository,
git checkout a tag and verify its signature. The second-best would be to download a release + tag from PyPI and verify that.
These are the lowest-level documents, directly from the doc-strings in the code with some minimal organization; if you’re just getting started with txtorcon the “Programming Guide” is a better place to start.
- API Documentation
- High Level API
- Tracking and Changing Live Tor State
- Reading and Writing Live Tor Configuration
- Endpoints and Related Classes
- Low-Level Protocol Classes