[erlang-questions] Erlang and SOCKS 5

Tony Rogvall <>
Fri Mar 2 17:19:39 CET 2012


On 2 mar 2012, at 16:51, eigenfunction wrote:

> If only i could find those releases? Since i am on a tight deadline, i
> may rewrite part of my apps in scala.

Wow, that IS a tight deadline! or a very limited code base. ;)

> But anyway, does anybody know how i can get my hand on release 10b?
> 
http://www.erlang.org/download/

/Tony

> On 2 Mrz., 15:43, Tony Rogvall <> wrote:
>> Maybe you can pick up the socks modules from the old release
>> and port them ?
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>> /Tony
>> 
>> On 2 mar 2012, at 15:41, eigenfunction wrote:
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>>> Thank you for the quick answer. Anyone has any idea or workaround
>>> about sending tcp packets through a proxy with authentication in
>>> erlang?
>>> It will be bad for me if i had to rewrite things in java only because
>>> of that.
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>>> On 2 Mrz., 15:35, Tony Rogvall <> wrote:
>>>> They are old and gone....
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>>>> http://www.trapexit.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3957&sid=1d0af3385415e7...
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>>>> :-)
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>>>> /Tony
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>>>> On 2 mar 2012, at 15:28, eigenfunction wrote:
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>>>>> Sorry if you receive this mail a second time, i could not see the
>>>>> first one after i sent it.
>>>>> Like i said in my first mail, i am a little bit stuck at the moment. I
>>>>> have been writing a couple of apps in erlang in my company. Today i
>>>>> was told that all my tcp connections have to go through a proxy
>>>>> server. I was not able to find anything in the erlang documentation
>>>>> related to setting the proxy server host/port on the socket options.
>>>>> Does erlang support such thing?
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