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  • v1.0.0 Changes

    October 01, 2016

    httpstat 1.0.0

    This project started a week ago as an attempt to replicate the visual presentation of @reorx's httpstat.py tool.

    ๐Ÿง From my initial efforts a swam of contributors descended on this project and took it from a proof of concept to a capable tool that is usable across Windows, Linux, and Mac, without any external dependencies.

    That's all folks!

    ๐Ÿ“ฆ The goal of this project was not to replicate curl(1), but to replicate the visual presentation of httpstat.py. Along the way we've picked up a lot of useful features to round out the general idea of "talk to a server and time the round trip", incorporating the httptrace package, introduced in Go 1.7.

    ๐Ÿš€ With the 1.0.0 release, I'm confident that httpstat is a faithful imitation of @reorx's tool, and so I'm declaring this project done. I'll still be accepting bug reports and will keep this tool up to date with future releases of Go, but no new feature requests will be accepted.

    This project is open sourced under a permissive licence, I encourage anyone who wants to hack on it to punch that fork button and get coding. Enjoy!

    Installation

    httpstat requires Go 1.7.1 or later.

    % go get -u github.com/davecheney/httpstat
    

    Usage

    % httpstat
    Usage: httpstat [OPTIONS] URL
    
    OPTIONS:
      -E string
            client cert file for tls config
      -H value
            set HTTP header; repeatable: -H 'Accept: ...' -H 'Range: ...'
      -I don't read body of request
      -L follow 30x redirects
      -O save body as remote filename
      -X string
            HTTP method to use (default "GET")
      -d string
            the body of a POST or PUT request
      -k allow insecure SSL connections
      -o string
            output file for body
      -v print version number
    
    ENVIRONMENT:
      HTTP_PROXY proxy for HTTP requests; complete URL or HOST[:PORT]
                    used for HTTPS requests if HTTPS_PROXY undefined
      HTTPS_PROXY proxy for HTTPS requests; complete URL or HOST[:PORT]
      NO_PROXY comma-separated list of hosts to exclude from proxy
    

    ๐Ÿ”‹ Features

    • ๐Ÿง Windows/BSD/Linux supported.
    • ๐Ÿ‘ 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.
    • ๐Ÿ”„ 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.
    • โž• 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.

    Thanks

    ๐Ÿ“š This project would not have been possible without the help of testers and contributors who provided feedback, feature requests, bug fixes, documentation fixes, and pull requests. Thank you to:

    @amy, @ble, @bogem, @freeformz, @gsquire, @husobee, @imarko, @inkel, @joshi4, @jrozner, @kevinburke, @mattn, @mholt, @mibk, @moorereason, @tcnksm, @theckman, and @Xymist.

    ๐Ÿ›  I'd like to give special recognition to the contributions of @moorereason who continually sent pull requests and bug fixes for his, and other's features. Thank you.

  • v1.0.0-rc.1 Changes

    October 01, 2016

    ๐Ÿš€ First (and hopefully final) release candidate.

    ๐Ÿš€ Release notes will follow with the 1.0.0 release tomorrow.

    โœ… Please test attached binaries.

  • v1.0.0-beta.1 Changes

    September 29, 2016

    This is a beta release to test the binary release process. The stable release is expected on 3rd October

    ๐Ÿš€ Please test the binary artefacts for this release, with the exception of darwin/amd64, are cross compiled so will not be using the libc resolver from the net package.