On Tue, 23 May 2017, Jorge Almeida <jjalme...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Basically, tinyproxy does this. What it does not do is sensible
> logging. It seems to be brain damaged in this departement: it either
> logs to syslog or to a file, which it insists in opening. /dev/stderr
> does not work (it says that file has changed). It also has a -d flag,
> that prevents backgrounding (and wtf should it go to background, to
> begin with??) but does nothing at all regarding logs.
Take the source, rip out the parts you don't like?
Unless the code is a monstrosity, in which case you probably shouldn't
be running it anyway.