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And since this dead horse is apparently still being flogged. :P This is the one-liner I tend to use (because there are other middlewares and such that are easy to add and play with).

plackup -p 5000 -MPlack::App::Directory -e 'Plack::App::Directory->new +({root => q{.}})->to_app'

I understand that using the tools to get a local Perl install and such are not super easy. They are not too difficult once you get the hang of them. What I would recommend if you decide it's worth the effort: local::lib, cpanm, and perlbrew (and tangentially: Plack for wsgi like Perl -> psgi).

Update: missing preposition.

In reply to Re: Simple http server one-liner for some static files? by Your Mother
in thread Simple http server one-liner for some static files? by Anonymous Monk

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