A CLI for hyperproxy
A simple CLI for
$ hyperproxy [--watch] -p [http port] -s [https port] <config-file>
http port and
https port default to 80 and 443 respectively. A secure server will only be created if there are any HTTPS servers defined in the configuration, otherwise only a regular HTTP server will be created.
See the hyperproxy documentation for more details about what should go into the config file, but it should look something like
If you prefer a more human format, you can also use YAML:
servers:- [ tau.example.org, :1618 ]- [ pi.example.org, :3141 ]- pattern: euler.example.orgendpoint: :2718https:key: /path/to/euler-key.pemcert: /path/to/euler-cert.pem
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