GreasySpoon 0.5.4

Scripting Factory for Core Network Services

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What's new in GreasySpoon 0.5.4:

  • Fix ICAP bug with large preview
  • Fix several issues with compression
  • Fix bugs in REQMOD (issues with POST requests)
  • Add Deflate compression support
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GPL (GNU General Public License) 
Karel Mitting
ROOT \ Internet \ HTTP (WWW)
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GreasySpoon - GreasySpoon architecture overview
GreasySpoon is a scripting engine running on top of an ICAP server, inspired by Firefox GreaseMonkey extension. It allows developers to modify HTTP traffic and web pages in a simple way by transparently managing traffic inteception and communication with a Proxy server. Running on the network side, it does not require any installation on end-user devices, and provides therefore multi-OS and cross-browser support.

GreasySpoon supports Java/javascript language per default, but can be easily extended with other scripting languages: Ruby, Python, AWK, Groovy, etc. Providing a web based interface, it tries to be as user-friendly as possible, while keeping an eye on performance that makes it usable from early prototyping stages up to production environment.

Fully developped in Java, GreasySpoon can be used on merely any platform and has already been successfully tested with several ICAP clients: Squid 3.0, Bluecoat ProxySG, Network Appliance Netcache and more.

Last updated on April 15th, 2009

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