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Swazoo and HTTPS?

Philippe Marschall
Hi

As part of a recent thread on seaside-dev: does Swazoo support HTTPS?
If so how can I find out whether a request was made over HTTPS?
HTTPRequest >> #isEncrypted?

Cheers
Philippe

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Re: Swazoo and HTTPS?

Janko Mivšek
Philippe Marschall pravi:

> As part of a recent thread on seaside-dev: does Swazoo support HTTPS?
> If so how can I find out whether a request was made over HTTPS?
> HTTPRequest >> #isEncrypted?

Currently it doesn't support HTTPS, but it supported back in 1.0 days
and only on VW.

On public Store there is Swazoo-SSL bundle and accompanying OpenSSL one
with a FFI to the OpenSSL library.

It would be of course very nice to bring that back to life and to other
Smalltalks like Squeak too.

Best regards
Janko


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Re: Swazoo and HTTPS?

Bruce Badger
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Philippe,

With Hyper we took the view that we would let existing tools take the
HTTPS strain via http unbundling.  For example, Squid can do this when
used as a reverse proxy (accelerator):

  http://www.squid-cache.org/Versions/v3/3.0/cfgman/https_port.html

All the best,
    Bruce

2009/7/6 Philippe Marschall <[hidden email]>:

> Hi
>
> As part of a recent thread on seaside-dev: does Swazoo support HTTPS?
> If so how can I find out whether a request was made over HTTPS?
> HTTPRequest >> #isEncrypted?
>
> Cheers
> Philippe
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