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D'Oh - Directories Over HTTP

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CURL is great, it's probably what you want. There is a wee tiny chance though that you don't like the interface it offers, all the ugly html. Let's say you used http (not to be confused with HTTP) and are hosting a folder that you can view in a browser, but want to view that folder from a command line, say hello to D'Oh! It provides Directories Over HTTP.

This might be:

  • like an FTP style interface, or it could maybe do
  • some sort of mounted folder thing, or
  • something else.

Whatever it does, it'll probably be aimed at the server side being http (the program, not the protocol, well, also the protocol, but specfically the program).

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