1. This is chutney. It doesn't do much so far. It isn't ready for prime-time.
  2. If it breaks, you get to keep all the pieces.
  3. It is supposed to be a good tool for:
  4. - Configuring a testing tor network
  5. - Launching and monitoring a testing tor network
  6. - Running tests on a testing tor network
  7. Right now it only sorta does the first two.
  8. You will need, at the moment:
  9. Tor installed somewhere in your path.
  10. Python 2.5 or later
  11. Stuff to try:
  12. ./chutney configure networks/basic
  13. ./chutney start networks/basic
  14. ./chutney status networks/basic
  15. ./chutney hup networks/basic
  16. ./chutney stop networks/basic
  17. The configuration files:
  18. networks/basic holds the configuration for the network you're configuring
  19. above. It refers to some torrc template files in torrc_templates/.
  20. The working files:
  21. chutney sticks its working files, including all data directories, log
  22. files, etc, in ./net/. Each tor instance gets a subdirectory of net/nodes.