Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2006 07:24:46 -0600
I had some success back in 2002 using Mozilla's Spidermonkey
to use a proxy or not. I used curl to grab the autoconfig file from
the server, tacked on a small block of required functions and pushed
it through js. The result was either "DIRECT" or the name of the
proxy to use.
If you're hoping to process a web page and "do the right thing" for
probably end up writing a large fraction of a web browser to be able
On 3/22/06, Richard <antonyjones101_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi Kjell,
> Thanks for the quick reply!
> That's a bit of a shame as being able to send
> Is there nothing out there at all that could be used
> --- Kjell Ericson <Kjell.Ericson_at_haxx.se> wrote:
> > On Wed, 22 Mar 2006, Richard wrote:
> > > I know that the faq of libcurl says that
> > > libcurl but was wondering if there had been any
> > sort of add ons written
> > commands to be used with
> > > libcurl?
> > No.
> > That is quite extensive work and I don't think
> > anyone will do it within many
> > years. I missed it sometimes myself, but when
> > getting down to ground I don't
> > really know what curl should do with the
> > It would be better to have a separate library
> > callback requests new web data.
> > That new library could ofcourse use libcurl, but
> > libcurl will probably never
> > // Kjell
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Received on 2006-03-22