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Wer sich den Inhalt einer Datei anschauen will, kann das u.a. mittels cat tun. Daniel Gebhart schreibt heute, dass es auch dog gibt. Apt-cache beschreibt das als:

Description: Enhanced replacement for cat
dog writes the contents of each given file, URL or standard input to standard output. It currently supports file, http and raw URLs. It is designed as a compatible, but enhanced replacement for cat.

Ich bin ja gespannt, ob sich das jemals durchsetzen wird.


nion's blog on : GET/POST vs dog

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Qbi wrote about Dog which is also able to fetch http and ftp content. Here I want to point you also to libwww-perl (on debian) which includes a GET command which does pretty much the same. But the cool thing is that there also a POST command which all


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nion on :

Dog ist ganz nett, wobei ich finde, dass ein
apt-get install libwww-perl
GET tuts auch
und da ist man wenigstens nicht gezwungen noch http vorzuschreiben. Funktioniert auch für ftp.

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