A webbased wrapper for the argument parser in Python
warped can be used to execute single Python file and Python modules. It captures calls to the argparse module of Python and renders a web GUI based on the options and arguments defined. It also displays the output of the program inside the web GUI and allows you to stop, pause and resume the program, as well as downloading the output.
Either get a stable version from PyPI, or install the current version from git
# Installation from PyPI pip install warped # Installation from git pip install git+https://git.k-fortytwo.de/christofsteel/warped/
warped [-h] [--port PORT] [--host HOST] [--module] file a Webbased frontend for ARgparse in Python positional arguments: file File to run optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --port PORT, -p PORT The port to listen on (default 5000) --host HOST The host to bind to (default 0.0.0.0) --module, -m If set, loads a module instead of a file
To test the capabilities of warped an example module was included. You can run it like this:
warped -m warped.samples.hooked
Since warped also makes use of the argparse module, warped itself can be //warped//.
warped -m warped.hook
How does it work?
Additionally, warped adds an entry for argparse in the sys.modules list. Python looks first looks at this list, everytime a module is imported, to avoid importing a module multiple times. This custom argparse module behaves similar to the original argparse module. In fact with the exception of the ArgumentParser.parse_args() method, it works exactly like the original. Once the program calls the parse_args() method, it blocks and waits for user interaction via the web GUI. Once the user submits the data, the process continues.
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