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A collection of quick-info network tools in PHP (and a URL shortener).
PHP PLSQL
branch: master

Fix fatals received by text-only clients.

This referred to an old `help()` method of DaGdBaseClass.

Signed-off-by: Ricky Elrod <ricky@elrod.me>
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src Fix fatals received by text-only clients.
tests remove @phuzion from docs as per his request
.gitignore .gitignore current_schema because it will vary based on environment.
.travis.yml first attempt at shutting travisci up
LICENSE Include Apache license for now.
README.markdown CodeBlock -> relrod fallout

README.markdown

What is da.gd?

Build Status

da.gd is a collection of quick-info tools written in PHP. It allows you to use curl (or any http client) to quickly retrieve information from an easy-to-remember url.

The goal of this project is to just make an easy to use, little-of-everything tool that works on any device or in any script in any situation. So far, some interesting ideas have been requested (and implemented). If you have an idea for a feature you would like to see, please either (order of preference):

  • Fork, Add feature, Send pull request for review/merge.
  • Ask relrod on irc (freenode). We also now have #dagd on irc.freenode.net.
  • File it in the issue tracker

Because a goal of this project is to have it work for many purposes/situations, I encourage feedback, ideas, participation, and interaction with this project. Have some fun with it :)

IPv6

@martinbrandenburg runs a proxy on IPv6 which allows da.gd to work over IPv6, and an AAAA record has been pointed to it. Thanks!

What currently works?

curl da.gd/help will give you a list of what is currenly available on the live site.

What is planned?

Eventually the following will work.

  • /i/google.com - return info about google.com (including up/down), such as the title of the page.
  • /port/google.com/80 - check if port 80 is open on google.com - this will be limited if implemented.
  • /bl/127.0.0.1 - check to see if an IP is on a dnsbl. (Thanks for the idea @Ttech!)
  • Any other ideas you would like to see.
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