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September 24, 2004, 1:52 am
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the browser. I know this is a proxy kind of thing, but I was wondering
if there was a way to do it easily with a perl script and LWP::UserAgent,
or something similar.
What I wanted to do was something like this in my browser:
And have the filter.cgi script modify incoming html.
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- Brian McCauley
September 25, 2004, 12:25 am
Re: filtering before browser
> I have a need to filter some stuff from a requested URL before it hits
> the browser. I know this is a proxy kind of thing, but I was wondering
> if there was a way to do it easily with a perl script and LWP::UserAgent,
> or something similar.
There was a talk about this as YAPC::Europe::2004.
I think the module was HTTP::Proxy.