|Robert Klep 6857d92704||11 years ago|
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|README.md||11 years ago|
|ToggleProxy.py||11 years ago|
|setup.py||11 years ago|
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.
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.
On Mac OS X Lion, you might get errors running the application. If that
happens, first try to find out what the reason is. Run this from the same
If you’re getting errors about frameworks not being found, you might have
to install a different version of the
py2app module. I’m using this