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I wanted an HTTP(S) proxy on Google App Engine, because apparently you can get
rotating IPs for outgoing traffic automatically. Well it doesn't really rotate
but actually just _not guaranteed to stay stay static_. Worth a try anyway.
Originally wanted to implement a proper generic proxy but gave up fast because
while plain HTTP is easy, HTTPS requires actual tcp tunnelling which I'm not
really up for at the moment (is that even possible on GAE standard
So I devised my own scheme where every param is defined in a POST json body.
Dumbest thing that works right?
Create an `envars.yaml` file to store secret password:
GAEPROXY_PASSWORD: "long long string"
Then just `gcloud app deploy`.
See **send.py**. It's pretty straightforward.