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Browse current Terminal directory in a web browser
Authored by: palahala on Apr 24, '09 11:21:47AM

Just opening a HTML file from the filesystem in a browser will not serve index.html by default. For example, the following would not work then:

<a href="subfolder">click me</a>
<a href="..">up</a>
Without a HTTP server, this needs to read:
<a href="subfolder/index.html">click me</a>
<a href="../index.html">up</a>

There may be more examples like this, such as <base href=..>.



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