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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #2041, comment 14


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11/29/18 05:31:39 (18 months ago)
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Antoine Martin
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  • Ticket #2041, comment 14

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    1919My command line parser is based on a regex rule that checks for two things (1) the presence of ?proxy=... at the end and (2) ?proxy= having the right format.  If (1) is there with an unrecognizd wrong format in (2) XPRA prints an error and just hands the description to the rest of the parser.  If (2) matches XPRA deletes the proxy portion from the description and passes it to the rest of the XPRA parser.
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    21 I am imagining down the line that it might be interesting to use ?proxy=ssh:// on, for instance, a tcp:// connection.
     21I am imagining down the line that it might be interesting to use {{{?proxy=ssh://}}} on, for instance, a tcp:// connection.