Bug#595820: ITP: woof -- A small, simple, stupid webserver to share files
Le mardi 07 septembre 2010 à 10:25 +0200, Salvo Tomaselli a écrit :
> I maintain a similar package (weborf), but yet with some differences.
> Weborf uses a basedirectory param while woof can use a directory or a file.
> Weborf will not limit the number of connections.
> Woof would tar a directory and weborf would produce an html list of files.
> Weborf does not support file upload in the same way. The user would be forced
> to use a CGI script. Or, weborf supports the PUT method, but no browser does.
> Weborf is also meant to be used as a normal webserver, and woof is not.
> I think the upload option and the tar of directory are quite convenient.
Oh, please. If you want to setup such schemes, why would you not want to
spend 5 minutes to configure apache or lighttpd instead of spending at
least the same time to configure such an obscure piece of software?
If all you care about is sharing a few files in the simplest way, there
are much better tools to do it, like gnome-user-share.
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