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Big list of http static server one-liners, Hacker News


  

              

    

Each of these commands will run an ad hoc http static server in your current (or specified) directory, available athttp: // localhost:

. Use this power wisely.

Discussion on reddit.

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$ python -m SimpleHTTPServer

$ python -m http.server

Twisted

$ twistd -n web -p –path****************************

Or:

$ python -c**************************** from twisted.web.server import site; from twisted.web.static import File; from twisted.internet import reactor; reactor.listenTCP ((******************************************************************************, Site (File ("."))); reactor.run ()' () ************

Depends onTwisted.

************************** Ruby
$ ruby ​​-rwebrick -e

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************Ruby 1.9.2

$ ruby ​​-run -ehttpd (****************************.**************************************************************************

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adsf

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$ gem install adsf# (install dependency) $ adsf -p

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No directory listings.

Sinatra (Ruby)

$ gem install sinatra# (install dependency) $ ruby ​​-rsinatra -e 'set: public_folder, "."; set: port, (************************** '(********************

No directory listings.

$ cpan HTTP :: Server :: Brick ()' () ************

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Plack************** (Perl)
$ cpan Plack # ************************** (install dependency) $ plackup -MPlack :: App :: Directory -e 'Plack :: App :: Directory->new (root=>".");'**************************** -p

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********** Mojolicious

**************** (Perl)

$ cpan Mojolicious :: Lite (**************************************** (install dependency) $ perl -MMojolicious :: Lite -MCwd -e'app->static->paths ->[0]=getcwd; app->start' daemon -l http: //* (******************************: () ******************

No directory listings.

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****************** (Node .js)
$ npm install -g http-server

Note: This server does funky things with relative paths. For example, if you have a file/ tests / index.html

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**************************(Node.js)

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$ npm install -g node-static

No directory listings.

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No directory listings.

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Erlang

$ erl -s inets -eval********************************** inets: start (httpd, [{server_name,"NAME"},{document_root, "."},{server_root, "."},{port, 8000},{mime_types,[{"html","text/html"},{"htm","text/html"},{"js","text/javascript"},{"css","text/css"},{"gif","image/gif"},{"jpg","image/jpeg"},{"jpeg","image/jpeg"},{"png","image/png"}]}]).'

Credit: nivertech(with the addition of some basic mime types)

No directory listings.

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$ busybox httpd -f -p

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Depends on webfs.

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: C:****************** ("C: Program Files (x IIS Express iisexpress.exe****************** / path: C: M (yWeb / port:) ******************************************************************************

Depends on IIS Express.

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No directory listings. / path must be an absolute path.

If you have any suggestions, drop them in the comments below or on the reddit discussion. To get on this list, a solution must:

serve static files using your current directory (or a specified directory) as the server root,

    be able to be run with a single, one line command (dependencies are fine if they're a one-time thing),

      serve basic file types (html, css, js, images) with proper mime types,

        require no configuration (from files or otherwise) beyond the command itself (no framework-specific servers, etc)

          must run, or have a mode where it can run, in the foreground (ie no daemons) (****************************************************************

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