Mac OS X menu item for quickly enabling/disabling HTTP proxy
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README.md

ToggleProxy

ToggleProxy is a PyObjC-based application for Mac OS X to quickly enable and disable the HTTP proxy for the currently active networking interface.

It’s a headless application which installs a menu item in the Mac OS X menu bar. The item shows either an up-arrow with a dashed line through it (think traffic is going through a proxy) when the proxy is active, and only an up-arrow when the proxy is not active.

Build

To build the application, you’ll have the Developer tools for Mac OS X installed.

When you have, you first build the application:

python setup.py py2app

This builds the application as dist/ToggleProxy.app. You can run it from there, or move it to somewhere more appropriate first.