pt-websocket 0.2-9build1 source package in Ubuntu


pt-websocket (0.2-9build1) groovy; urgency=medium

  * No-change rebuild using new golang

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pt-websocket_0.2-9build1.debian.tar.xz 3.7 KiB 17e81f20d49d796ab5dbecdcc091d7cfea2b39bb09f0cd2073379b6fe7bf32b7
pt-websocket_0.2-9build1.dsc 2.2 KiB 8b2d62596fd3f5ea27cff94fd442111cd3e4e597efc8d32ac8950a2013fe53b1

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pt-websocket: WebSocket pluggable transport - server

 Pluggable transports are tools that transform a stream of application traffic
 into a different format on the network. This helps to bypass network-level
 This package contains a server transport plugin that accepts connections
 transformed to look like the websocket protocol. This is typically used to
 enhance systems like Tor, to provide service even to censored users.
 See flashproxy-client for a corresponding client transport plugin, meant for
 users to bypass censorship, that is compatible with the websocket protocol that
 this package expects.
 (The source package also contains a websocket-client transport plugin, but
 this is just a demo that is less effective than flashproxy-client, and not
 meant to be used in real situations.)

pt-websocket-dbgsym: debug symbols for pt-websocket