The Hyde web server is a simple, bare-bones webserver based on Python’s Simple HTTP Request Handler.
The following command starts the built in webserver:
You can now access your website at
The webserver regenerates the necessary files to serve your request. So, you can make your changes and simply refresh your browser to view them.
The Hyde webserver supports just one special parameter:
If you add
?refresh to the URL, the server regenerates the site completely
and refreshes your browser. Note that for larger sites, this may take a few
seconds to complete.
Information about dependencies between pages are stored in your site root
directory in the
.hyde_deps file. If regeneration is not consistent with
your expectations, you can simply delete this file, and Hyde will build the
dependency tree again.