<b>hr-proxy</b> - host-rewriting proxy
hr-proxy is a simple HTTP proxy server. It differs from normal proxy servers in that it does not send requests to the specified server, but overrides the destination server on a per-host basis.
This means that if you want "www.example.com" to be served by your desktop web server, hr-proxy can do this without you needing to take the typical approach of editing /etc/hosts. It can also log particular http headers, or even save whole files to be stored elsewhere.
There are several versions of hr-proxy here:
* gui - a plain gui version. The original.
* headless - a version intended to be run without a gui. It can be controlled through http requests.
* Redirector.vfs - a different gui, set up to be bundled into a starkit/starpack.
<hr><div id="dea7fec659004d15"><i>On 2012-01-26 18:46:36 UTC anonymous added:</i><br />