Tag: glib

  • Toward an improved GLib network stack

    I recently started looking into GLib TLS implementation written by Dan Winship. As a reflex, I tried to merge it into my proxy branch. Things did not go so well, not because the branches are wrong, but because they both need similar features inside GIO. This is a good lesson for me, I should have […]

  • Transparent proxy for GLib applications

    The biggest problem with socket based proxies are their simplicity.  It’s a bigger pain to write them once for all applications than to implement them for a single application.  But that is if you don’t consider system wide and automatic configuration. So far, the result on Linux is that most desktop environments have global settings. […]