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Find a way to install LiveHTTPHeaders on a user basis.
Because LiveHTTPHeaders use a components (mozilla/components), it can't be installed in a user chrome directory like Linky can. Try to find a way to do it.
In the new version 0.9 it is now possible to install on a user basis (with some restriction on Mozilla and Firefox <0.9).
- Add a way to be able to put style to the LiveHTTPWindow.
Add a way to be able to put style on request headers, response headers, post data, etc on the LiveHTTPWindow.
- Add a way to display a tree of request.
This should be interesting to put a tree of the request and each sub-request (image, frames, etc). This should help in seeing all related request and the corresponding headers.
- Try to keep track of the time needed for each request.
This may help in the desing of web application. Try to display the time needed by each request and groups of request and if possible, the size of them.
I'm working on it for the next version (0.12).
Try to detect the version of HTTP used for response (HTTP/1.0 or HTTP/1.1)
LiveHTTPHeaders show HTTP/1.x for HTTP version. Try to find a way to get the version used by the remote server in the response and show it instead of 1.x.
This is no more a problem with newer builds (Mozilla 1.5 beta+)
- Add tabs to the LiveHTTPHeader window for replaying URL instead of new window.
As the replay window needs the LiveHTTPHeader window, put the replay in new tabs instead of new window. This should cleanup the desing and the look.
Bernardo A. de la Ossa Pérez is working on new features for replying for the next version (0.10)
- Add syntax highlight.
Add syntax highlight to the live and PageInfo's display.
- Get headers only.
Add a way to get headers of a file/link without getting the file itself. Maybe with the contextual menu on a link ?
- Customize headers.
Add a way to remove/add/change headers on the fly (or automatically) through filters.
- Display the type of proxy in use (with username if available).
It should be interesting to display the type of proxy: http, socks, etc. with each request.
- Cleanup of code for the LiveHTTPWindow.
This code is still proof of concept. Clean it up and add comments.