[REBOL] Re: HTTP Proxy to HTTPs
From: dvydra2:yah:oo at: 23-Mar-2001 12:59
If they use a VPN, REBOL will work fine, but for
HTTPs, I would hope that soon there will be a way to
run REBOL inside a WEB page inside a browser and tap
into SSL that the browser already supports.
--- Paul Tretter <[ptretter--norcom2000--com]> wrote:
> Not sure of the answer. However, I have approach a
> fortune 25 company about
> using REBOL/View for its intranet site and they seem
> interested but have
> some doubts that it could be handled with some of
> their existing stradegies.
> More importantly they use a VPN and use HTTPS. Any
> ideas how or whether I
> should continue negotiating this any further.
> Paul Tretter
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Travis Watkins" <[twatkins--datajunction--com]>
> To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]>
> Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2001 2:47 PM
> Subject: [REBOL] HTTP Proxy to HTTPs
> > Does anyone know what is needed to make the HTTP
> proxy on www.rebol.org
> work for HTTPs?
> > I can't seem to get past the CONNECT command.
> > I am trying to make a simple method for creating
> scripts for automated
> access and processing of locations that require one
> or more levels of
> > The HTTP works fine, I just write the Get commands
> out to a file delimited
> with specific tags(<Request> and <End Request>), but
> I can't seem to get a
> slightly modified copy to also run as a proxy for
> > (Modifications include changing the prot fom 80 to
> 443 and modification of
> the parsing to accept CONNECT strings in addition to
> the Http Get strings.
> > The HTTP Proxy also identifies the simple Gif,
> Jpg, and Jpeg files so as
> not to add them to the script(atleast the ones with
> only one "." in their
> file name)
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