Release Notes: This release is more reliable and faster, and uses parallel socket code in all tools, even on MS Windows. StatProxy has a new fast connection test and the ability to test proxies through a CONNECT proxy. LocalProxy has the ability to get the latest data automatically, new strategies, and new configurations. A MS Windows binary package of most of the proxyTools accompanies this release.
Release Notes: LocalProxy now uses CGI proxies (the Google translation URL is currently hard coded), and commStrat 2 is now dynamic. statProxy now reports latency and load times for proxies, and mergeHosts allows tags and values to be added to proxies. findProxy can extract proxies from all kinds of Web pages and lists. New portable and more robust socket level code was implemented, and other minor improvements and bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This release adds simple and advanced GUI interfaces, authentication (Basic and Digest), a new service module, a localProxy which uses only the fastest strategies, a StatProxy which generates latency and referencePageTime, many bugfixes and functional improvements, and database updates in hosts.zip.
Release Notes: localProxy has a simpler interface. findProxy can be (optionally) used just to extract proxy-like strings from many differently formatted Web pages and lists. The proxy database was updated, and localProxy now properly downloads and installs the Perl modules it needs.
Release Notes: Various user-oriented fixes and upgrades were made in the LP GUI. Some bullet-proofing code was added in backend of LP. Perl 5.6.0 is now explicitly required. Support for Perl 5.005 might be added later if there is sufficient user demand.
Release Notes: This release should resolve the last of the Unix issues. The problems resulting from running the GUI and backend on separate Internet hosts should be resolved. There is still work to do, but it now works in an intuitive way. A whois service for those in corporate-blocked environments (see User0's config again) and firewall descriptions for Syria and Iraq have been added.
Release Notes: This release contains bugfixes for Unix, separates the client (GUI) and backend, and has had some testing and debugging.
Release Notes: The GUI fields and buttons now have context-sensitive help 'balloons'. The host(proxy) database has had a good spring cleaning too. The documentation has actually been read through and brought up to date.