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qs 1.2.0

CLI program to quickly share directories using a http server

Latest Version: 1.4.1


QuickShare (qs) is a variant of the (now legacy) SimpleHTTPServer present in
python 2.x. It allows one to share quickly directories by opening a http
server. qs supports both python2 and python3.

You can define an upload rate limit to prevent the clients from using all
your bandwidth and it automatically searches a free port if the given or
default one is taken.

Why QuickShare?

Sharing is fun, but it quickly becomes a pain when dealing with multiple
operating systems, platforms and unexperimented users. Nowadays, almost
everything has a web interface, why should'nt we use it?


Usage: qs [-h] [-p PORT] [-r RATE] [--no-sf] [FILE]...

-h, --help Print this help and exit.
-p, --port PORT Port on which the server is listenning.
Default is 8000
-r, --rate RATE Limit upload to RATE in ko/s.
Default is 0 meaning no limitation.
--no-sf Do not search a free port if the selected one is taken.
Otherwise, increase the port number until it finds one.
--version Print the current version

FILE Files or directory to share.
Default is the current directory: `.'
If '-' is given, read from stdin.


docopt or "pip install docopt"


The simplest is to use

pip install qs

or, in this directory,

python install


This program is under the GPLv3 License.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program. If not, see <http:"" licenses=""/>.


Main developper: Cédric Picard
Twitter: @Cym13
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File Type Py Version Uploaded on Size
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