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no-proxy-for option

 [1/3] from: joel:neely:fedex at: 2-Jul-2001 14:51

Hello, all, I'm thinking that I saw a discussion about how to suppress proxy access on the list a while back. What's needed is an equivalent to the "No proxy for..." option of Netscape, so that one can configure proxy settings for the general case, but suppress the proxy step in specific cases for performance (or correctness) reasons. Did I dream that, or can someone re-post the appropriate details? THANKS! -jn- -- It's turtles all the way down! joel'dot'neely'at'fedex'dot'com

 [2/3] from: petr:krenzelok:trz:cz at: 2-Jul-2001 22:09

Hello, should be easy, no? Each protocols contains proxy/bypass field, which can be assigned block of servers you want to bypass, e.g. system/schemes/pop/proxy/bypass: [""] -pekr-

 [3/3] from: john::schuhr::com at: 2-Jul-2001 16:23

Maybe this is what you were thinking about? Page 360 of Rebol/Core User Guide 2.3 -- If you want to bypass the proxy settings for particular machines, such as those on your local network, you can provide a bypass list. Here is a bypass list for the default proxy: system/schemes/default/proxy/bypass: ["" * ] Note that the asterisk (*) and question mark (?) characters can be used for pattern matching. The asterisk (*) as used in the example above bypasses any machine that ends with To set a bypass list for only the HTTP scheme, type: system/schemes/http/proxy/bypass: ["" "*"] HTH, John At 02:51 PM 7/2/2001 -0500, you wrote: