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#!/usr/bin/perl # http_wrapperl.pl v0.9.0 by dree <dree@perlmongers.it> # # Copyleft: Nordest Perl Mongers (http://www.perlmongers.it) # # License: GPL (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html) use strict; use CGI; use LWP::UserAgent; use HTTP::Request::Common; my $q=new CGI; my $ua = LWP::UserAgent->new; ############### # CONFIGURATION ############### my $target_base_address=q[http://www.mysite.suffix]; # site target ###### # MAIN ###### my $method; my $content; my $submit; my $content_type; my $target_remaining_address=$q->path_info(); # method acknowledgment if ($ENV{REQUEST_METHOD} eq 'POST') { $method='POST'; } elsif ($ENV{REQUEST_METHOD} eq 'GET') { $method='GET'; } elsif (index($target_remaining_address,'GET',0) > -1) { $target_remaining_address=~s#^/GET(.+)#$1#; $method='GET'; } elsif (index($target_remaining_address,'POST',0) > -1) { $target_remaining_address=~s#^/POST(.+)#$1#; $method='POST'; } else { $method='GET'; } # management of images & other (if presents) on a *POST* request if ($method eq 'POST') { my $other_remaining_on_POST=uc substr($target_remaining_addres +s,-3,3); if ($other_remaining_on_POST eq '.JS') { $method='GET'; } else { $other_remaining_on_POST=uc substr($target_remaining_addre +ss,-4,4); if (($other_remaining_on_POST eq '.GIF') or ($other_remaining_on_POST eq '.JPG') or ($other_remaining_on_POST eq '.PNG') or ($other_remaining_on_POST eq '.CSS')) { $method='GET'; } else { $other_remaining_on_POST=uc substr($target_remaining_a +ddress,-5,5); if ($other_remaining_on_POST eq '.JPEG') { $method='GET'; } } } } my $target_full_address=$target_base_address.$target_remaining_address +; if ($ENV{QUERY_STRING}) { $target_full_address.="?$ENV{QUERY_STRING}"; } if ($method eq 'POST') { foreach my $key ($q->param) { my $val=$q->param("$key"); my $name_attach; my $tmpfilename; if (eval {$tmpfilename = $q->tmpFileName($val);}) { ($name_attach=$val)=~s#.+\\(.+)#$1#; my $type = $q->uploadInfo($val)->{'Content-Type'}; if (!$type) { $type='application/octet-stream'; } $content.=qq{$key => ["$tmpfilename",'$name_attach',Conten +t_Type=>'$type'],}; $method='POST-ATTACH'; } else { $content.=qq{$key => '$val',}; } } } if ($method eq 'GET') { $submit=qq{GET '$target_full_address'}; } else { $submit=qq{POST '$target_full_address'}; if ($method eq 'POST') { $content_type=q{application/x-www-form-urlencoded}; } elsif ($method eq 'POST-ATTACH') { $content_type=q{form-data}; } if ($content) { chop($content); $submit.=qq{, Content_Type => '$content_type', Content => [$content] }; } } my $ua_out=eval "\$ua->request($submit)"; my $result=${$ua_out}{'_content'}; if (${$ua_out}{'_rc'} eq '302') { my $location=${$ua_out}{'_headers'}{'location'}; # eventually $location=~s#.+/(.+)#$1#; $location="http://$ENV{HTTP_HOST}"."$ENV{SCRIPT_NAME}/$location"; print "Location: $location\n\n"; exit; } no strict 'refs'; if (${$ua_out}{'_headers'}{'content-type'}[0]) { $content_type="${$ua_out}{'_headers'}{'content-type'}[0]" } else { $content_type="${$ua_out}{'_headers'}{'content-type'}"; } print "Content-Type: $content_type\n\n"; print $result; exit;

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