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davecheney
5.0K Stars 269 Forks MIT License 168 Commits 14 Opened issues

Description

It's like curl -v, with colours.

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Shameless

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

But seriously, https://github.com/reorx/httpstat is the new hotness, and this is a shameless rip off.

Installation

httpstat
requires Go 1.11 or later.
$ go get github.com/davecheney/httpstat

Usage

$ httpstat https://example.com/

Features

  • Windows/BSD/Linux supported.
  • HTTP and HTTPS are supported, for self signed certificates use
    -k
    .
  • Skip timing the body of a response with
    -I
    .
  • Follow 30x redirects with
    -L
    .
  • Change HTTP method with
    -X METHOD
    .
  • Provide a
    PUT
    or
    POST
    request body with
    -d string
    . To supply the
    PUT
    or
    POST
    body as a file, use
    -d @filename
    .
  • Add extra request headers with
    -H 'Name: value'
    .
  • The response body is usually discarded, you can use
    -o filename
    to save it to a file, or
    -O
    to save it to the file name suggested by the server.
  • HTTP/HTTPS proxies supported via the usual
    HTTP_PROXY
    /
    HTTPS_PROXY
    env vars (as well as lower case variants).
  • Supply your own client side certificate with
    -E cert.pem
    .

Contributing

Bug reports are most welcome, but with the exception of #5, this project is closed.

Pull requests must include a

fixes #NNN
or
updates #NNN
comment.

Please discuss your design on the accompanying issue before submitting a pull request. If there is no suitable issue, please open one to discuss the feature before slinging code. Thank you.

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