> Who was asking a few months ago about a user-space
> proxy that would log all HTTP requests so they
> could be indexed and then searched later?
> (basically a history file merged from all browsers)
That was me.
> Anyway, I just downloaded JunkBuster and discovered
> it is GPLed and compiles for Unix and Win32. It's
> a user-space proxy for blocking URLs/domains one
> doesn't like (such as doubleclick.net)and allows
> good control over cookies also.
>> Why not simply put logging code into it?
Implementing the proxying is the easy part. These are
the hard parts:
1. Full-text indexing all the incoming HTML.
2. Providing a CGI search front-end to this index.
3. Making sure that each user can only access his
4. Allow the proxy and/or indexer and/or index
and/or search front-end to be on separate machines
so that I can access my index from anywhere,
Actually, no 2 is fairly easy...
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