See libproxy package
It could be improved but it. Work
Le 22 sept. 2011 12:10, "Simon McVittie" <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
On Wed, 21 Sep 2011 at 14:13:31 -0500, Mike Mestnik wrote:In GLib-based applications, connecting using GSocketClient while having
> I'd like to start a movement to verify ...
glib-networking installed will automatically use a configured proxy; this
is much less ongoing maintenance burden than adding specific proxy support
to every networked application, so please use this route where feasible in
GLib/GNOME applications, rather than repeatedly writing app-specific proxy
code. Recent versions of telepathy-gabble (as used by Empathy for XMPP) will
automatically pick up GNOME/KDE proxy settings in this way, for instance.
(There's probably an equivalent thing I could say about Qt/KDE applications,
if I knew Qt better.)
There's an important difference between "I think proxies don't matter" and
> What I need most of all is community support, it's no good to
> confront developers or package ma...
"I think this particular patch to support use of proxies is more maintenance
burden than it's worth"; be careful not to mistake the second for the first.
Part of a maintainer's job is to say "no" to things they're not going to be
able to maintain in future.
I for one would tend to reject a patch to add a "full" proxy implementation
to any network application that I maintained, but I'd be more likely to accept
a patch that used GProxyResolver or g_socket_client_add_application_proxy
(for GLib code) or something like libproxy or pacrunner (for non-GLib code).
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