- split debian sid into base/sid/clang images
- similarly for debian stable
- add jsonnet to lint
- add `--pull` to docker build so that we always pull the latest images
(otherwise we were building on whatever local cache we have for
`debian:sid`, etc., which made the base image update layer much
- don't install Recommends by default
- add libzmq3-dev
- split android into android (base) and flutter
- hard-code registry.oxen.rocks into the dockerfile stuff because that
seems to be the only way to properly depend on other docker builds.
- update a few CI builds that should have been using our images but
- Update a few CI images to bullseye instead of buster
Add openssh-client (for sftp to upload builds)
`which` is a debian tool that is being deprecated in favour of
posix-standard `command -v`, so which to that to avoid deprecation
Change the exit codes of `contrib/format.sh verify` to be unique for
each formatting program.
- Add a C callback interface (context_wrapper.h) between lokinet and the
objective-C code so that:
- we can use objective-C (rather than objective-C++), which seems more
likely to be supported by Apple into the future;
- we minimize the amount of code that needs to be aware of the Apple
- this replaces apple logger objective c++ implementation with a plain
c++ implementation that takes a very simple C callback (provided
from the obj-c code) to actually make the call to NSLog.
- Add various documentation to the code of what is going on.
- Send all DNS traffic to the primary IP on the tun interface. The
match prefixes simply don't work as advertised, and have weird shit
(like even if you get it working for some domains, "instagram.com"
still doesn't because of god-knows-what Apple internal politics).
- Drop the dns proxy code as we don't need it anymore.
- Don't use 188.8.131.52 for default DNS. (We might consider the unfiltered
184.108.40.206 as an alternative default, but if we do it should be a global
lokinet change rather than a Mac-specific change).
- Parse a lokinet.ini in the data directory, if it exists. (Since we
are sandboxed, it is an app-specific "home" directory so is probably
buried god knows where, but at least the GUI ought to be able to get
it to let users add things to it).
- This commit also adds a swift version of the PacketTunnelProvider
glue, which ought to work in theory, but the *tooling* for cmake is so
underdeveloped that I couldn't find any way to actually get the damn
thing working. So I'm committing it here anyway (and will revert it
away in the next commit) in case we someday want to switch to it.