Hello there, I want to receive all the response headers I get from any browser I have on my computer? Could socket class handle that? or must I develop something like proxy server to do the job? Can somebody point me in the right direction please? Thanks Regards, Jamal
on 2007-04-07 14:49
on 2007-04-07 15:34
Are you looking to just browse them, or actually use them in a program? Firefox has a great extension if you are looking to do the former - It's called LiveHttpHeaders. Scott
on 2007-04-07 15:46
Use WEBrick to serve up a resource on localhost. Dump the HTTPrequest when it comes in, it'll contain all the headers. Access the local resource with any of your browsers, look at the dump from the script.
on 2007-04-07 16:58
Scott Taylor wrote: > Are you looking to just browse them, or actually use them in a program? > > Firefox has a great extension if you are looking to do the former - > It's called LiveHttpHeaders. > > Scott I actually want to develop something similar to livehttpheaders using Ruby...
on 2007-04-07 22:19
I managed to find: Monitoring network traffic with Ruby and Pcap But it only works with Linux not windows :(