Re: The use of /system/http_proxy/ignore_hosts

On Tue, 2004-08-31 at 00:14, Mikael Hallendal wrote:
> Hi,
> So in GConf there is a /system/http_proxy/ignore_hosts key that is a
> list of hosts that shouldn't use the defined HTTP proxy. This key
> doesn't seem to exposed in the UI anywhere but from the description on
> the key it seems it consists of a list of strings in pretty much any
> notation of specifying a host/network.
> Is this intended to be used by application developers? If so we need an
> easy way to lookup a given host name to see if it matches against any of
> the strings in the ignore_hosts list.
> I think it would require too much code for each application to
> implement/copy-paste code into each networked application.
> Has anyone thought of how this should be handled?

Well, it is currently handled by gnome-vfs http backends, and as such
many things automatically use it.

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