Regex (Regular Expression)
From the 2.3.0 version, Proxyman supports Wildcard and full-matching Regex (Regular Expression) when you define matching rules for all available tools:
- Map Local
- Map Remote
- Block & Allow List
- Protocol Buffers (Protobuf)
- Reverse Proxy
- Network Throttling
It's a handy tool to help you exactly define which requests should trigger the tool
Proxyman supports simple Wildcard characters, which include
The asterisk in a wildcard matches any character zero or more times.
A question mark matches a single character once.
Proxyman also supports Regex.
- Make sure your regex is Full Matching the URL.
- Partial Matching is considered as not matching.
- Make sure you escape characters properly: Splash (/), full-stop (.), etc.
Matched URL Examples
https://proxyman.io https://proxyman.io/v1/data?id=123 https://proxyman.io/pricing
http://www.google.com http://www.google.com/user?id=proxyman https://www.google.com
Make sure your Regex matches whole words
Please check the Regex Metacharacters, Operator and Flag from Apple Developer Documents to know which one is supported.
- Select Regex when creating rules
With regular expressions the meaning of
*is different from that of wildcards. The equivalent of wildcard
?is the regex
.and the equivalent of wildcard
*is the regex
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