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Serve local dirs.

Project Description

PyServe

PyServe is the simple command interface for HTTP serving directories.

# Python 2.*
$ python -m SimpleHTTPServer

# Python 3
$ python -m http.server

VS

# Python 2.*
$ pyserve

# Python 3
$ pyserve

Requirements

  • python (2.6+ or 3.0+)

Installation

Distribute:

$ easy_install pyserve

PIP:

$ pip install pyserve

Usage

$ pyserve --help

usage: pyserve [-h] [-p PORT] [-s] [-a] [path]

Serve current directory

positional arguments:
path                  Path to serve directory.

optional arguments:
-h, --help            show this help message and exit
-p PORT, --port PORT  The port of the webserver.
-s, --share           Make server available externally.
-a, --autoindex       Enable autoindex files.
-d, --hidden          Hide system files
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Release History

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