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Gem::Commands::ServerCommand

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               # File rubygems/commands/server_command.rb, line 6
def initialize
  super 'server', 'Documentation and gem repository HTTP server',
        :port => 8808, :gemdir => [], :daemon => false

  OptionParser.accept :Port do |port|
    if port =~ /\A\d+\z/ then
      port = Integer port
      raise OptionParser::InvalidArgument, "#{port}: not a port number" if
        port > 65535

      port
    else
      begin
        Socket.getservbyname port
      rescue SocketError
        raise OptionParser::InvalidArgument, "#{port}: no such named service"
      end
    end
  end

  add_option '-p', '--port=PORT', :Port,
             'port to listen on' do |port, options|
    options[:port] = port
  end

  add_option '-d', '--dir=GEMDIR',
             'directories from which to serve gems',
             'multiple directories may be provided' do |gemdir, options|
    options[:gemdir] << File.expand_path(gemdir)
  end

  add_option '--[no-]daemon', 'run as a daemon' do |daemon, options|
    options[:daemon] = daemon
  end

  add_option '-b', '--bind=HOST,HOST',
             'addresses to bind', Array do |address, options|
    options[:addresses] ||= []
    options[:addresses].push(*address)
  end

  add_option '-l', '--launch[=COMMAND]',
             'launches a browser window',
             "COMMAND defaults to 'start' on Windows",
             "and 'open' on all other platforms" do |launch, options|
    launch ||= Gem.win_platform? ? 'start' : 'open'
    options[:launch] = launch
  end
end
            

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               # File rubygems/commands/server_command.rb, line 80
def execute
  options[:gemdir] << Gem.dir if options[:gemdir].empty?
  Gem::Server.run options
end
            

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