20 Feb 2005 zhaoway   » (Master)

now i'm really wasting my time, ;)

put in ~/.bashrc

wwwcat()
{
    xtitle "netcat"
    if [[ "${2}" == "" || ! -f "${2}" || ! -r "${2}" ]]; then
        echo "Usage: wwwcat PORT FILE"
        echo "PORT is TCP port number on which you must be able to listen"
        echo "FILE is a normal local file readable by you"
        echo "Example: 1. wwwcat 8000 pr0n.gif"
        echo "         then open your browser visit http://localhost:8000"
        echo "         2. while true; do wwwcat 8000 pr0n.gif; done"
        echo "         this can serve more clients one after another"
        return
    fi
    resp="HTTP/1.0 200 OK"
    cont_type="Content-Type: "`/usr/bin/file -bi ${2}`
    cont_length="Content-Length: "`/usr/bin/stat -c%s ${2}`
    echo -e ${resp}"\n"${cont_type}"\n"${cont_length}"\n" | /bin/cat - ${2} | /bin/nc -l -p ${1}
}

i suck. i know. ;)

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