A directory listing server that accepts file uploads.
An HTTP server that displays a directory listing, much like Python’s default http.server module, except this one allows directory creation and file upload by the user.
This can be useful anytime you want to quickly share files a directory, for example in a classroom where the students need to obtain one or more files from the instructor and need to upload their exercise. In that case the instructor finds out their machine’s IP address, communicates the url http://ipaddress:port/ to the students, opens a command window and runs httpuploader like this:
$ python3 httpuploader.py -p port -d directory
and they now have a quick server.
Httpuploader is a single file with no dependencies outside the Python Standard Library. It is a WSGI application so that it can be imported as a module (the name is httpuploader.ul_serve) and run in any WSGI compliant server like mod_wsgi, Rocket, uWSGI, etc.
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