htmlcat - stdin to your browser
$ command-that-prints-to-stdout | htmlcat --exec=open
htmlcat renders stdin in HTML, by establishing a temporary HTTP server.
Requires modern browser that recognize Server-Sent Events.
- Highlights ANSI code in HTML
- Real-time stdin stream to browsers
- Support for multiple clients
Invokes command with the URL
htmlcat listens as the only argument.
Typically a command which opens a browser would be useful.
- --host=host, --port=port
Specifies the host or port to listen. Actually they are
handled by Plack::Runner, so
htmlcat does nothing with them.
mala, for Server-sent events implementation
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.