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Run Tiny Webserver From Any Directory

There are alternatives to Resolve Symlinks When Copying Files With Rsync .

How about firing up a (tiny) webserver that starts up quickly. Yehuda Katz suggested this some years ago:

Just drop this file in any directory, run the script, and it serves the files. I use this frequently for instance when I need to browser test static files on different virtual machines. (I modified the script shebang to work on my Mac).

I prefer to use this server.rb script in stead of accessing the files from a shared folder from the virtual machine. It’s faster to write the address for

http://172.16.244.1:2000/accordion.html

than for

\\.host\Shared Folders\jesper On My Mac\src\htmlguide\accordion.html

– and easier to remember.

Tip from Yehuda Katz’ “Webrick Anywhere

4 Responses to “Run Tiny Webserver From Any Directory”

  1. jj Says:

    Or you could run “python -m SimpleHTTPServer”

  2. Jesper Rønn-Jensen Says:

    @jj, thanks for the tip!

    I’m always flattered by comments like yours. The audience of this blog is just much smarter than I will ever get :)

  3. Eddy Tembilung Says:

    Thanks for your smartness, I will try to practice it.

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