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Quick 'n Dirty prototype of a Web to Gopher proxy service that allows you to access the greater World-Wide-Web via the GOpher protocol by proxying the URL selected by the selector to the web and converting the content so something legible for Gopher clients.
NB: This is very much work-in-progress.
$ go get githubcom/prologic/webgopher
or to run locally from the Git repo:
$ go run main.go
Use your favorite Gopher client and pass in the URL you wish to browse on the WEB as the selector:
$ lynx gopher://localhost:7000/1www.wikipedia.org/
Using an upstream proxy
If you need the HTTP or HTTPS requests from
go through a proxy, set the
variable before running
webgopher. This can be used for
example to make Web Adjuster
modify the pages first (you might want to use the Web
but if you want to adjust HTTPS pages in this way, then you
-no-security so that the TLS
certificates will not be checked. Do not do this by default.
webgopher is licensed under the terms of the MIT License.