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HTTP Headers Reindent

by Tony Xiang ST3 New

A tool to reindent http header file from Fiddler to Python dictionary format

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  • Win 3
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  • Linux 2
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HttpHeadersReindent

A tool to reindent http header file from Fiddler to Python dictionary format.

Usage:

  • Open Sublime Text.
  • Select the headers from Fiddler and paste it into Sublime Text.
  • Press Ctrl-Shift-P, put http into the search box, and press the “HTTP Headers Reindent …” item.

License:

  • This tool is under the MIT License.