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  1. Mark Blakeney

    Mark Blakeney on 02/20/2014 4:36 a.m. #

    Type this python one-liner in the directory from which you want the files served:

    python3 -m http.server

  2. Sorethroat

    Sorethroat on 02/20/2014 6:13 a.m. #

    The http.server already included in Python makes Twisted an unnecessarily complex answer to an ftp solution.

    It is arguably more useful to see Twisted applied to the yet unaddressed (or not well known-- in Python at least) problems of easily connecting two clients behind NAT's and firewalls with each other.

    STUN servers, TURN servers, and ICE servers, or otherwise any other server that solves these now chronic NAT problems is what Python, and given its position as the Python network suite of choice, Twisted, needs now.

  3. Mike C. Fletcher

    Mike C. Fletcher on 02/20/2014 9:35 a.m. #

    Note: FTP server, *not* HTTP server. There are devices out there that can only pull from FTP. This was to allow one of those (embedded) ftp-only devices to be upgraded from the host device.

    Oh, and the http server one-liner works in Python 2 as well:

    python -m SimpleHTTPServer

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