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Author vstinner
Recipients hroncok, kj, lemburg, mdk, serhiy.storchaka, vstinner
Date 2021-01-22.11:39:14
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> Python's http.server at least warns about this in the docs:
> and limits the serving to the current dir (and subdirs).

I would be fine with a warning in the pydoc documentation, but I dislike warnings display on the command line. When I see such warning, I feel that the machine considers that I'm dumb and I have no idea of what I am doing.

If it's unsafe, can we make it safe by default?
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