"All of this can be yours/just give me what I want/and no one gets hurt"
– Bono, Vertigo
file:// because that screws up the relative paths that our sites rely on. What’s the best way of doing this?
One simple way is:
This does a great job, but there’s one small problem: caching. Ordinarily during development you’ll want the browser to request the HTML each time, and the python server doesn’t do that out of the box.
Ruby’s WEBrick with adding cache-busting
Here’s a small script I borrowed from pmarti and tweaked. It lives in the
bin/http file on my path: I just type
http in the relevant folder and I’m set.
Hope it’s helpful. Do you know of a better way of doing it? Feel free to share…
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