Simple Python web server

To report browser headers

My work Firefox ESR browser seemed to be giving up my username (I.e., half of my login credentials) in its HTTP headers so I wrote simple Python-based webserver that mirrors the browser HTTP headers back to the browser. The script is encapsulated in a Docker image and could be deployed to an AWS instance. Here the server is started on common HTTP ports. docker run --rm -d -p 80:8080 deanturpin/http docker run --rm -d -p 443:8080 deanturpin/http docker run --rm -d -p 8080:8080 deanturpin/http Dockerfile FROM ubuntu RUN apt update --yes RUN apt install --yes python COPY . [Read More]

Travis CI

Configuration for C++, Python, R, bash and Graphviz

Note: my use of Travis CI has been superseded by GitLab which has all this built in. In fact this blog is generated by GitLab. Create an account with your GitHub login and enable a repo to get started. (Travis Pro appears to enable new repos by default.) Simple C++11 compilations If you just want to get something building quickly the default Trusty build has clang 5 pre-installed, no need for complicated matrices. [Read More]