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web server/web UI for managing kubernetes clusters, with similar functionality as k9s
right, one possibility is to pipe standard output to an output file.
Another use case is running a http server locally, for something that has a graphic ui. Like one of my projects here: https://github.com/mosermichael/s9k
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Interesting example given you can no longer do that with the latest (v2) version of the AWS CLI, since it isn't published to PyPI due to how big of a nightmare AWS found supporting that to be.
There is a very nice comment talking through some of the reasoning here that is worth a read: https://github.com/aws/aws-cli/issues/4947#issuecomment-5860...
I am quite annoyed v2 isn't in PyPI as it makes updating to v2 a sizable project in some cases, but also quite understand their reasoning.
Granted the tradeoffs may be weigh out differently for an internal tool as the post describes, or if distributing the tool to a more constrained audience.
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