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2021-05-16[FCFSD] document it in the handbookdev/vanni/fcfsdAlessio Vanni
2021-05-16-add forgotten NULL valuesAlessio Vanni
2021-05-07[FCFSD] Provide a better user experienceAlessio Vanni
The motivations behind these changes are as following. To begin with, at the most superficial level, the form is given a better appearance, instead of some plain XHTML. Additionally, the served pages can be substituted with something else by using an entry in the configuration value, altough with some limitations. The page listing all the registered zones has been removed in favour of a search function. A configuration entry could've been used to let service operators choose between showing the full listing or not, but at the same time, being presented with a (possibly) giant list of names is not that great from a usability point of view. Having a search function is, at the very least, faster than having to wait for the full list to be displayed before being able to use the user agent's page search feature. Other than the above, people registering names with the service might not want to be known by everyone. Even though checking if a certain name or key was registered already can be known simply by querying the service, it's not straightforward to associate a name with a specific key (or viceversa). Last but not least, the service was restructured to be more "route-oriented" instead of the traditional (X)HTML document format. The main purpose of this change is to decouple usage of the service from the tools used to access it. With a traditional document, users are pretty much forced to use a web browsers as data submission is carried through the standard HTML form handling. Now, it is possible to access the service using any tool capable of speaking HTTP, regardless of wether it's a web browser, cURL or even a custom tool specific for this service. Another advantage of this approach is that it allows adding "layers" to the service, for example an authentication check before letting users register a name. As long as the layer immediately on top of the service is able to send some JSON using HTTP, there is no need to have users access the service itself: just put a "proxy" inbetween and run the service locally, while the proxy handles other administrative tasks before a name can be registered. By using layers, the service can keep being small feature-wise (i.e. provide only searching and registering), while everything else is provided by other applications, including access through protocols other than HTTP.
2021-05-02-more work for JE MarchesiChristian Grothoff
2021-05-02-add edkey test vectorMartin Schanzenbach
2021-05-02-fix buildMartin Schanzenbach
2021-05-02GNS: Add EDKEY support.Martin Schanzenbach
GNS and GNSRECORD can now handle EdDSA keys in addition to the existing ECDSA scheme. See also LSD0001.
2021-04-29-fix compiler warningsChristian Grothoff
2021-04-28-more git handbookMartin Schanzenbach
2021-04-28-fix documentation linksMartin Schanzenbach
2021-04-28- fix misc typosChristian Grothoff
2021-04-26-fix FTBFSChristian Grothoff
2021-04-26-fix many more typosChristian Grothoff
2021-04-26-fix many more typosChristian Grothoff
2021-04-26-fix typosChristian Grothoff
2021-04-26-fix misc typosChristian Grothoff
2021-04-26-handle NULLChristian Grothoff
2021-04-26fix gnunet-config: do not always write configuration fileChristian Grothoff
2021-04-26-update readme for pabcMartin Schanzenbach
2021-04-26-do not require autotools >=2.71Martin Schanzenbach
2021-04-26-towards #6851: autotools 2.70Martin Schanzenbach
2021-04-26- unconditionally build dlogMartin Schanzenbach
2021-04-26-fix build reclaimMartin Schanzenbach
2021-04-25Merge branch 'master' of ssh://
2021-04-25- added testing cmd child managementt3sserakt
2021-04-24-Fix several incorrect uses of `i.e.'Alessio Vanni
With some other changes to sentences here and there as I found appropriate.
2021-04-24Swap gnunet-config's default behaviour for the rewrite flagAlessio Vanni
With the previous default, a configuration file could keep values different from the defaults even when the user did not explicitly edit that option, potentially leading to buggy behaviour. For example: GNUnet's version X+1 changes the default value for a certain option A, but anyone who has edited the configuration file with version X or earlier, would still have got the old default for A even when updating to version X+1. It was possible to write only the edited parts, but that required explicitly passing the `--rewrite' (or `-w') flag. The default behaviour has now been swapped so that the resulting file contains only differences, while a "frozen" configuration is generated with the `--rewrite' flag. Also, as it's a minor change: a function used internally by the logging component was using translated strings to check the requested log level. This behaviour is buggy as passing an untranslated string to e.g. `GNUNET_log_setup', while the current locale is different and a translation for that string exists, would generate a different log level than the one requested.
2021-04-24RECLAIM: Added libpabc credential Schanzenbach
2021-04-24-fix typosChristian Grothoff
2021-04-23-fix typosChristian Grothoff
2021-04-20- added check for libsodium 1.0.18t3sserakt
2021-04-19-first netjail setup with NATs integratedTheJackiMonster
Signed-off-by: TheJackiMonster <>
2021-04-18-unconditionally compile scalarproduct againChristian Grothoff
2021-04-18SCALARPRODUCT: migrating logic from libgcrypt to libsodium (#6818).Christian Grothoff
2021-04-18- fixed format for git versionrexxnor
2021-04-18- fixed format for git versionrexxnor
2021-04-18- fixed to show last commit of current branchrexxnor
2021-04-18-bump debian package versionChristian Grothoff
2021-04-18-fix linker flagsChristian Grothoff
2021-04-16-remove duplicate commentsChristian Grothoff
2021-04-15- removed unfinshed file from Makefilet3sserakt
2021-04-15- added handling of asynchronous task to testing ng. added testbed commands ↵t3sserakt
for setting up test invironment (atm wihtout the use of the ne async handling)
2021-04-11-keep using breakChristian Grothoff
2021-04-11-remove duplicated commentsChristian Grothoff
2021-04-07-mergeChristian Grothoff
2021-04-07-add missing helperChristian Grothoff
2021-04-07-add missing helperChristian Grothoff
2021-04-06-DESIGN: add various suggestions to gnunet_testing_ng_lib.hChristian Grothoff
2021-04-05Implement function to load plugins within a specific contextAlessio Vanni
When `GNUNET_OS_init' is called to change the application project data, lazy-loading plugins will fail as it will not find the requested files. The function will temporarily swap the project data with the argument value and will search for plugins, within the installation directory tree inferred from that structure. Applications can still use `GNUNET_PLUGIN_load_all' to load their plugins from within their own installation directory tree, though services are recommended to use the `in_context' version to avoid falling in the same pit. Signed-off-by: Martin Schanzenbach <>
2021-04-05Merge branch 'master' of ssh:// Schanzenbach