Documentation patch for reproxying.txt

Fred Moyer fred at
Tue Dec 6 07:55:21 UTC 2005

I upgraded my Perlbal installation to the latest version for testing, 
and after kicking myself for not reading the CHANGES file first I 
realized reproxing had been disabled by default :)  Suggest the 
following change for shortsighted individuals like myself.

--- doc/reproxying.txt	2005-12-05 23:45:24.000000000 -0800
+++ doc/reproxying.txt	2005-12-05 23:47:22.000000000 -0800
@@ -4,6 +4,11 @@
  then load that file or URL and send it to the user transparently, without
  them ever knowing that they got reproxied to another location.

+Add the following line to your perlbal.conf to enable reproxying on a per
+service basis ( reproxying is disabled by default in >= 1.38 ):
+  SET enable_reproxy  = true
  This can be useful for having URLs that get mapped to files on disk 
  giving users enough information to map out your directory structure.  For
  example, you can create a file structure such as:

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