I am trying to use the "native" Espruino IDE in a company network with no direct access to the internet.
My notebook is running a HTTP proxy called cntlm on port 3128.
When transferring code from the IDE to the device, the "required" modules cannot be fetched from the internet.
In Settings -> Communications I can "Enable Proxy",
but what exactly do I have to enter in "Proxy URL" and "Proxy Port" ?
I tried different variations but none of them worked.
Presumably you could use localhost and 3128. Does anything useful get written to the console window in settings?
If you're interested in how it works I believe it is simply: https://github.com/espruino/EspruinoTools/blob/gh-pages/core/utils.js#L363
Having said that, the easiest solution might just be to use Offline mode - also in settings. Just follow the instructions there - you can download a zip using your browser which will have a network connection, then upload it via the IDE.
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