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import sys, socket
if len(sys.argv)!=1 and len(sys.argv)!=2:
print "Usage: CherryHotReload [port or socketFile]"
if len(sys.argv)==1: portOrUnixFile="8000"
# Test if portOrUnixFile is AF_INET or AF_UNIX
# 2 possibilities for AF_INET: either "port" or "domain:port"
if not isAfInet:
s.send('HOTRELOAD NOW HTTP/1.1\r\n')
print "Hot reload command sent"