#tide #http #file #server

app tide-serve

a simple http file server binary based on tide

10 releases

0.0.11 May 18, 2021
0.0.10 Feb 15, 2021
0.0.8 Dec 18, 2020
0.0.5 Oct 19, 2020
0.0.4 Sep 29, 2020

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tide-serve

a simple file system server binary built on tide

Installation

$ cargo install tide-serve

Usage

$ tide-serve --help
tide-serve 0.0.4
a simple static http server built with tide

USAGE:
    tide-serve [OPTIONS] [root]

FLAGS:
    -h, --help
            Prints help information

    -V, --version
            Prints version information


OPTIONS:
    -o, --host <host>
            Local host or ip to listen on [env: HOST=]  [default: localhost]

    -p, --port <port>
            Local port to listen on [env: PORT=]  [default: 8080]

    -b, --bind <bind>
            Local listener spec to bind

            Examples: `--bind localhost:8080` `--bind http://localhost:8080` `--bind [::1]:1213`

            On unix-like systems only: `--bind http+unix:///var/run/some.socket` `--bind http+unix://./tmp/socket`

            --bind will override --host and --port. [env: TIDE_BIND=]
    -c, --cert-path <cert-path>
            Path to a tls certificate for tide_rustls

            This will be ignored unless key_path is also provided. providing both key_path and cert_path enables tls.

            Example: `--cert ./cert.pem --key ./key.pem` For development, try using mkcert [env: CERT_PATH=]
    -k, --key-path <key-path>
            The path to a tls key file for tide_rustls

            This will be ignored unless cert_path is also provided. providing both key_path and cert_path enables tls.

            Example: `--cert ./cert.pem --key ./key.pem` For development, try using mkcert [env: KEY_PATH=]
    -f, --forward <forward>
            Host to forward (reverse proxy) not-found requests to

            This forwards any request that would otherwise be a 404 Not Found to the specified listener spec.

            Examples: `--forward localhost:8081` `--forward http://localhost:8081` `--forward https://localhost:8081`

            Note: http+unix:// schemes are not yet supported [env: FORWARD=]

ARGS:
    <root>
            Filesystem path to serve

            Defaults to the current working directory

Safety

This crate uses #![forbid(unsafe_code)] to ensure everything is implemented in 100% Safe Rust.

License

Licensed under either of Apache License, Version 2.0 or MIT license at your option.
Unless you explicitly state otherwise, any contribution intentionally submitted for inclusion in this crate by you, as defined in the Apache-2.0 license, shall be dual licensed as above, without any additional terms or conditions.

Dependencies

~18MB
~413K SLoC