psyccat - a simple tool to send an unnamed file via PSYC
psyccat [<options>] <file> or <command> | psyccat [<options>] or psyccat [<options>]
Options: -t <uniform> PSYC address to deliver message to -b <uniform> PSYC address to bind to -m <method> PSYC method to use instead of the default -h Output this usage help message -q Be quiet
Behaves a bit like cat(1). By default it will collect everything from files or stdin, then attempt to send it in a single packet to a psyclisten running on the localhost.
As long as Net::PSYC does not provide any encryption, you should use this within a trustworthy local network or as a localhost service.
Also, psyccat will encounter size limits if you decide to bind to a UDP address.
carlo von lynX.
This program is free software, published under the Affero GNU Public License. A disclaimer isn't necessary in my country, nor do I need to mention the current year to assert a copyright.
[Further information on the perlpsyc main page]