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This is the Windows app named httpstat whose latest release can be downloaded as httpstat1.1.0.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.

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Windows/BSD/Linux supported, HTTP and HTTPS supported as well. For self-signed certificates use -k, and skip timing the body of a response with -I. Follow 30x redirects with -L. Change HTTP method with -X METHOD. Provide a PUT or POST request body with -d string. To supply the PUT or POST body as a file, use -d @filename. Add extra request headers with -H 'Name: value'. The response body is usually discarded, you can use -o filename to save it to a file, or -O to save it to the file name suggested by the server. HTTP/HTTPS proxies supported via the usual HTTP_PROXY/HTTPS_PROXY env vars (as well as lower case variants). Supply your own client-side certificate with -E cert.pem.


  • httpstat visualizes curl(1) statistics in a way of beauty and clarity
  • It is a single file
  • Compatible with Python 3
  • Windows/BSD/Linux supported
  • HTTP and HTTPS are supported
  • HTTP/HTTPS proxies supported

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