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NAME

       bottle - command line interface

       Starting with version 0.10 you can use bottle as a command-line tool:

          $ python -m bottle

          Usage: bottle.py [options] package.module:app

          Options:
            -h, --help            show this help message and exit
            --version             show version number.
            -b ADDRESS, --bind=ADDRESS
                                  bind socket to ADDRESS.
            -s SERVER, --server=SERVER
                                  use SERVER as backend.
            -p PLUGIN, --plugin=PLUGIN
                                  install additional plugin/s.
            --debug               start server in debug mode.
            --reload              auto-reload on file changes.

       The  ADDRESS  field takes an IP address or an IP:PORT pair and defaults to localhost:8080.
       The other parameters should be self-explanatory.

       Both plugins and applications are specified via import expressions. These  consist  of  an
       import  path  (e.g.  package.module) and an expression to be evaluated in the namespace of
       that module, separated by a colon. See load() for details. Here are some examples:

          # Grab the 'app' object from the 'myapp.controller' module and
          # start a paste server on port 80 on all interfaces.
          python -m bottle -server paste -bind 0.0.0.0:80 myapp.controller:app

          # Start a self-reloading development server and serve the global
          # default application. The routes are defined in 'test.py'
          python -m bottle --debug --reload test

          # Install a custom debug plugin with some parameters
          python -m bottle --debug --reload --plugin 'utils:DebugPlugin(exc=True)'' test

          # Serve an application that is created with 'myapp.controller.make_app()'
          # on demand.
          python -m bottle 'myapp.controller:make_app()''

AUTHOR

       Marcel Hellkamp, Federico Ceratto

COPYRIGHT

       2009-2019, Marcel Hellkamp