[Privoxy-users] External filters problem on Microsoft Windows.

yosef atar atar.yosef at gmail.com
Sun Nov 5 13:47:23 UTC 2017


Hi there!

here's the user.filter file as you've requested:

# ********************************************************************
#
#  File        :  $Source: /cvsroot/ijbswa/current/user.filter,v $
#
#  $Id: user.filter,v 1.4 2016/05/25 10:50:55 fabiankeil Exp $
#
#  Purpose     :  Rules to process the content of web pages
#
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#################################################################################
#
# Syntax:
#
# Generally filters start with a line like "FILTER: name description".
# They are then referrable from the actionsfile with +filter{name}
#
# FILTER marks a filter as content filter, other filter
# types are CLIENT-HEADER-FILTER, CLIENT-HEADER-TAGGER,
# SERVER-HEADER-FILTER and SERVER-HEADER-TAGGER.
#
# Inside the filters, write one Perl-Style substitution (job) per line.
# Jobs that precede the first FILTER: line are ignored.
#
# For Details see the pcrs manpage contained in this distribution.
# (and the perlre, perlop and pcre manpages)
#
# Note that you are free to choose the delimiter as you see fit.
#
# Note2: In addition to the Perl options gimsx, the following nonstandard
# options are supported:
#
# 'U' turns the default to ungreedy matching.  Add ? to quantifiers to
#     switch back to greedy.
#
# 'T' (trivial) prevents parsing for backreferences in the substitute.
#     Use if you want to include text like '$&' in your substitute without
#     quoting.
#
# 'D' (Dynamic) allows the use of variables. Supported variables are:
#     $host, $listen-address, $origin (the IP address the request came
#     from), $path and $url.
#
#     Note that '$' is a bad choice as delimiter for dynamic filters as you
#     might end up with unintended variables if you use a variable name
#     directly after the delimiter. Variables will be resolved without
#     escaping anything, therefore you also have to be careful not to chose
#     delimiters that appear in the replacement text. For example '<' should
#     be save, while '?' will sooner or later cause conflicts with $url.
#
#################################################################################

EXTERNAL-FILTER: socat-test Test socat with SSL.
calc.exe

Regards,

Ataro.


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