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README.md

proxyme enable and disables proxy settings for several applications such as git, svn, wget, apt, etc.

It uses the templates and the proxyme.ini file located at ~/.proxyme/ to update the proxy settings of these applications.

proxyme can be combined with cntlm to reduce proxy pain on developer machines.

Dependencies

  • boost: system, filesystem, program_options, regex
  • ctemplate

on Debian install them with the following command

sudo apt-get install libctemplate-dev libboost-system-dev libboost-filesystem-dev libboost-program-options-dev libboost-regex-dev

Build & Install it

git clone https://github.com/bufferoverflow/proxyme.git
cd proxyme
mkdir cmake-build  && cd cmake-build
cmake ..
make
sudo make install

Use it

help:

proxyme -h
proxyme options:
  -h [ --help ]         produce help message
  --user arg            User      (e.g. DOMAIN\user)
  --password arg        Password  (e.g. 1234)
  --host arg            Host      (e.g. proxy.example.com)
  --port arg (=0)       Port      (e.g. 85)
  -d [ --disable ]      Disable Proxy and overwrite all config files!
  -o [ --overwrite ]    Overwriting files, don't care if they exist!
  -s [ --save ]         Save current parameters within proxyme.ini file
  -u [ --urlencode ]    Store the password in URL encoded form
  --HOME arg            Environment Variable: HOME

disable proxies:

proxyme -d

enable proxies:

proxyme --host=proxy.example.com --port=85 --user='DOMAIN\user' --password='1234'

you can use -s option to save your settings within ~/.proxyme/proxyme.ini file

Customize it

edit the files under ~/.proxyme/ to reflect your other personal settings as well

License

see LICENSE