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ABOUT SPROXY
Sproxy replaces Scout as the preferred method of URL harvest for Siege. It is an HTTP proxy server written in perl and designed to collect all URL information in a siege-friendly format. All necessary modules are bundled with the source. Sproxy is built with GNU autotools.

PLATFORM SUPPORT
Sproxy was written on GNU/Linux and should run on all platforms that support perl. It has been successfully tested on recent releases of Solaris, HP-UX and AIX.

NEWS & RELEASE INFORMATION
SPROXY-1.02 November 4, 2011 17:17 EST – This release tidies up POST data in stdout and the urls.txt file. It has updated autotools and checks for required perl modules. The required modules are included in the distribution and automatically installed if they are not detected. You must have superuser permissions to install it.

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