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A command line tool for piping to a webpage

Project Description

PipeUp is a command line tool for piping to a webpage.

$ tail -f /var/log/nginx/access.log | pipeup

Installation

To install PipeUp, simply:

$ pip install pipeup

Usage

Pipe the output of a command to pipeup. See available options by running pipeup --help

$ command | pipeup

Server

To run your own server, install PipeUp from source:

$ git clone git@github.com:nathancahill/pipeup.git
$ cd pipeup
$ pip install -r requirements-server.txt
$ cd pipeup/server
$ cp config.example.py config.py

Edit config.py with the complete URL of your server. Then run the Tornado server:

$ python server.py

To use the pipeup client with your server, pass the websocket URL as --server:

$ command | pipeup --server ws://127.0.0.1:8888/ws

For a more permanent installation, put Tornado behind Nginx using the nginx.conf file.

Contributing

Pull requests are gladly accepted. Keep it simple.

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