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[REBOL] Re: Can REBOL change HTML of a web page?

From: antonr::lexicon::net at: 2-Apr-2005 23:28

Ok, Now it sounds (as inetw3 suggested) like you want a proxy. If that's true then you don't need rebol plugin. Rebol plugin is just going to make things more complicated I think, since it's not very stable. It's more easy to find a stable Rebol/Core and program it to act as a proxy. The program will listen on a port (say 8080) for requests from the client, pass the requests out on port 80, get the results, process the results in some way, then hand the result back to the client. I did this a few years ago when I was mad at webpages returning stark white backgrounds all the time. So check out: based on webserver.r from the script library. Also check out the latest incarnation of webserver.r at That probably has some interesting differences from the more than three years old version of webserver.r. Regards, Anton.