SymPullCDN is a reverse caching proxy for use with Google Application Engine
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About: SymPullCDN is a Google Application Engine program written in Python with the intent to allow Google Application Engine to function as a reverse caching proxy. Its primary purpose is to allow the offloading of static files to be served through Google Application Engine to save bandwidth and processing time on my own servers. SymPullCDN makes an effort to be HTTP compliant, however some aspects of RFC 2616 have been ignored in the development of it for one reason or another. If strict compliance to the HTTP Specification is required, you may want to take a look at Squid. On the other hand, this is "Good Enough" for most situations. Known Bugs: Some date formats provided by an origin HTTP server may not be handled correctly. If you experience this please see "Reporting Bugs". Reporting Bugs: Please send stack traces, debug output, and steps to reproduce the bug to me at email@example.com. Please include the origin domain and URI.