REPL Client (rc) with tab completion and history. A simple, npm installable alternative to netcat (nc) and socat.
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REPL Client (rc)
REPL client with tab completion and history. A simple, npm installable alternative to netcat (nc) and socat.
npm install -g repl-client
$ rc /tmp/repl/socket.io.sock
Adding a REPL to your app.
To easily add a REPL to your Node.js app, use replify.
repl-client only works under node 0.10. Upgrade.
As a repl
rc /tmp/repl/hello.sock hello> require('os').type() 'Linux'
echo "require('os').type()" | rc /tmp/repl/hello.sock hello> require('os').type() 'Linux' hello> %
- Special thanks to @TooTallNate for all the work he's done in improving node's REPL.
- The starting point for this module was Nate's "full featured" REPL client: https://gist.github.com/2209310
- We have been using this at @Voxer and love it.
(The MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2012-2014 Daniel D. Shaw, http://dshaw.com
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