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RE: wsproxy: Perl Web Proxy

by strredwolf (Chaplain)
on May 23, 2000 at 06:29 UTC ( #14326=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to wsproxy: Perl Web Proxy

I just found out a few nice items relating to some websites and Content-Length. Lovely. Fixed along with the cache locking. Probably needs some cleanup. Anyone know of a good proxy benchmarker?

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Re: RE: wsproxy: Perl Web Proxy
by flashbang (Initiate) on May 23, 2003 at 16:41 UTC
    hey, how do you install this? do you just copy the code into a .pl document and run it? and does it run like cgiproxy?
      If you read the documentation up top, you'll see that you'll need to grab netpipes to use it. You can also use inetd, socat, netcat, etc.

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[Corion]: Oh yay. I wonder why a very simple change in a program doesn't elicit a diff, and now I see that my diff program seems to have a bug ;)
[1nickt]: marto thanks for asking, so far so good. A pretty modern stack and decent procedures, although rather too much home-built stuff (e.g. a logging role that should tries to duplicate Log::Any).
[Corion]: No. It's just that I'm comparing the same output file twice, instead of comparing the output files of the two runs %-)
[Corion]: Lo and behold, running a program with the correct input files yields the correct (and expected) output. Yay me.
[1nickt]: Got a MacBook and am expected to develop directly on it, ironic given the recent thread about that.
[marto]: Corion, some not too serious issues with the kids, hopefully, other than that just dealing with commuting by car again in the winter, not much fun so far, and there's no real 'bad' weather yet :)
[marto]: 1nickt, glad to hear it, I'm sure you'll bring improvements to their stack in due course ;)
[1nickt]: Just trying to adjust to a new culture. Better doc than I am used to , but quite a bit more Agiley meta-bullshit; at least half a dozen meetings a week, strict "sprint" schedule etc. I'll adjust. And I hope to just switch off after the "scrum" each day at
[1nickt]: ... the end of the afternoon. marto How are you, snowed in? Mum and Dad expecting snow today in Surrey. (Have 5" on the ground here in NJ. And my son's high school in SOCal closed until after Xmas due to fires.)
[Corion]: 1nickt: In a sense the meta-bullshit might even be beneficial to you as you get to hear the cow-orkers talk (or not talk) about the issues you perceive. I think Agile is mostly about the meta ;)

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