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compat-golang-github-google-martian-3-devel Subpackage of golang-github-google-martian

Library for building custom HTTP/S proxies

Martian Proxy is a programmable HTTP proxy designed to be used for testing. Martian is a great tool to use if you want to: – Verify that all (or some subset) of requests are secure – Mock external services at the network layer – Inject headers, modify cookies or perform other mutations of HTTP requests and responses – Verify that pingbacks happen when you think they should – Unwrap encrypted traffic (requires install of CA certificate in browser) By taking advantage of Go cross-compilation, Martian can be deployed anywhere that Go can target. This package provides symbolic links that alias the following Go import paths to github.com/google/martian: – github.com/google/martian/v3 Aliasing Go import paths via symbolic links or http redirects is fragile. If your Go code depends on this package, you should patch it to import directly github.com/google/martian.

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