Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: ju xor <>

* Package name    : carml
  Version         : 17.4.0
  Upstream Author : meejah <>
* URL             :
* License         : public domain
  Programming Lang: Python
  Description     : carml is a command-line tool to query and control a running 

You can do things like:

        list and remove streams and circuits;
        monitor stream, circuit and address-map events;
        watch for any Tor event and print it (or many) out;
        monitor bandwidth;
        run any Tor control-protocol command;
        pipe through common Unix tools like grep, less, cut, etcetera;
        download TBB through Tor, with pinned certs and signature checking;
        ...even spit out and run xplanet configs (with router/circuit markers)!

It is written in Python and uses Tor's control-port via the txtorcon library.

- why is this package useful/relevant? 
  helps monitoring tor 
- if there are other packages providing similar functionality?
  no, there's txtorcon, which this package depends on

- how do you plan to maintain it? inside a packaging team? 
  maybe pkg-privacy

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