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Monday April 23, 2007
04:23 PM

Net::Proxy 0.08

[ #33083 ]

I forgot to update the Changes file in the distribution, so here goes:

0.08 Mon Apr 23 19:08:30 CEST 2007
        [ENHANCEMENTS]
        - the hook callback now receives the socket on which the data
          was received, in addition to the connector
        [NEW CONNECTOR]
        - Net::Proxy::Connector::connect_ssl
          (combines Net::Proxy::Connector::connect and
          Net::Proxy::Connector::ssl in a single connector)
        [TESTS]
        - made tests more robust when connector prerequisites are missing
        - test Net::Proxy::Connector::ssl as an "in" connector
        - test the start_cleartext option of Net::Proxy::Connector::ssl

Basically, the connect_ssl connector lets one send anything through a web proxy (just like the connect connector), and properly encapsulate it in an SSL connection. Which means you'll need a decapsulating SSL proxy at the other, but Net::Proxy can do that for you too. :-)

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