Autoproxy is a command line tool for Linux and Windows that automatically detects proxies and stores them in the respective environment variables.
It sets following environment variables:
These environment variables are used by many tool which have a Linux origin (also when used on Windows) - like apt-get GEM, GIT or NPM.
Installation and Usage
Download: autoproxy_1.0.tar.gz (10 kB)
Installation: Copy the two files from the compressed tar archive to
. autoproxyin any directory in your terminal to detect the proxies and set the respective environment variables.
Note: The dot is important. Otherwise autoproxy cannot set the environment variables in the calling process.
Download: autoproxy_1.0.zip (39 kB)
Installation: Copy the two files from the ZIP file to any folder and add this folder to your
autoproxyin your command line window to detect the proxies and set the respective environment variables.
How to build from source code
- Download source code:
git clone https://github.com/ymx/autoproxy.git autoproxy cd autoproxy
- Run CMake:
mkdir bin cd bin cmake ..
- Build source code:
On Windows: Open
autoproxy.slnin Visual Studio and build it