The https-everywhere-rules package

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Versions 0.0.1, 0.0.2, 0.1.0
Dependencies attoparsec (==0.12.*), base (==4.7.*), errors (==1.4.*), functor-infix (==0.0.*), http-client (==0.3.*), https-everywhere-rules-raw, lens (==4.3.*), network (==2.5.*), pipes (==4.1.*), string-conversions (==0.3.*), taggy-lens (==0.1.*), text (==1.1.*), text-icu (>=0.6 && <0.8) [details]
License MIT
Author vi
Maintainer vi@zalora.com
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Home page https://github.com/fmap/https-everywhere-rules
Uploaded Sun Aug 24 17:26:55 UTC 2014 by vi
Distributions NixOS:0.1.0
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Readme for https-everywhere-rules-0.1.0

https-everywhere-rules

Haskell package providing high-level access to HTTPS Everywhere rulesets. This makes it easier to tell other programs: "I'd like if you used secure HTTP connections when possible."

λ: :m + Data.HTTPSEverywhere.Rules Network.URI
λ: let Just eff = parseURI "http://www.eff.org/document/eff-and-aclu-amicus-brief-klayman"
λ: rewriteURL eff
https://www.eff.org/document/eff-and-aclu-amicus-brief-klayman
λ: :m + Network.HTTP.Client Network.HTTP.Client.TLS Control.Applicative Control.Lens
λ: (req, hub) <- (,) <*> getUri <$> parseUrl "https://github.com/fmap/https-everywhere-rules"
λ: newManager tlsManagerSettings >>= httpNoBody req <&> destroyCookieJar . responseCookieJar >>= mapM (rewriteCookie hub)
[Cookie {cookie_name = "_gh_sess", cookie_value = "eyJzZXNzaW9uX2lkIjoiNjBlM2FiOTIxNTdhZTNhNDE5YWQ0ZTk4ZWQzNDRjMjEiLCJzcHlfcmVwbyI6ImZtYXAvaHR0cHMtZXZlcnl3aGVyZS1ydWxlcyIsInNweV9yZXBvX2F0IjoxNDA4ODk2OTM2LCJfY3NyZl90b2tlbiI6IktkbTlwN2JqNGptVmhrYjFIUm9BbkV0a1JTQXRDUXJid2g4VWo4N1g0Q1U9In0%3D--d378daa262b8c12bb82246d5de6b3adc353a3db7", cookie_expiry_time = 3013-12-25 00:00:00 UTC, cookie_domain = "github.com", cookie_path = "/", cookie_creation_time = 2014-08-24 16:15:37.815144 UTC, cookie_last_access_time = 2014-08-24 16:15:37.815144 UTC, cookie_persistent = False, cookie_host_only = True, cookie_secure_only = True, cookie_http_only = True},Cookie {cookie_name = "logged_in", cookie_value = "no", cookie_expiry_time = 2034-08-24 16:15:36 UTC, cookie_domain = "github.com", cookie_path = "/", cookie_creation_time = 2014-08-24 16:15:37.815144 UTC, cookie_last_access_time = 2014-08-24 16:15:37.815144 UTC, cookie_persistent = True, cookie_host_only = False, cookie_secure_only = True, cookie_http_only = True}]

Rules are provided via https-everywhere-rules-raw, which is versioned consistently with upstream releases. Thus, the version of the rule database used here is configurable via the installed version of that package.