Hello everybody, In the past some people have posted messages here exposing their interest in a HTTP-proxy. They tried to use the GpHTTPProxy component, but it has one critical bug with persistent connections.
Now it seems that I managed to fix the bug using the proprietary sources provided by Primoz Gabrijelcic as a reference for me by a non-disclosure agreement. As the agreement concerns the proprietary sources only, and the patched source is the GpHTTPProxy indeed, I suppose the agreement does not cover the patched version and it can be published. Moreover, Primoz seems not having time (long since) for patching the stuff himself, and does not respond. So, I think I could post or submit the patched version to the overbyte site. The version is not thoroughly tested, and I can't provide a support for it, because I work on it in my spare time. Also, the patch does not deal with chunked encoding and leaves it unsupported. Please, note that the original version of GpHTTPProxy used for the patch is outdated with regard to ICS itslef, though this is the latest version of GpHTTPProxy publicly available. I will NOT port the GpHTTPProxy v.2.4 to the latest ICS version in the near future. Francois, Wilfried, Arno, Angus, fellows - what do you think? Best wishes, Stan Korotky. -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://lists.elists.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be