I am developing on Linux/Debian/x86-64 an application which runs a specialized Web server using libonion -an HTTP server library- (FWIW, my application is the MELT monitor, related to the MELT domain specific language to customize GCC).
That application has a web interface, accessible thru http://localhost:8086/
I'm using a recent Firefox (Debian Iceweasel 38.3) and/or Chrome beta 47.0 as my browser.
(I could switch to some other recent HTML5 conformant browser, if it is easier; I need debugging tools in it)
During the debugging phase, I constantly need to restart my application and reload some localhost URL... (e.g. http://localhost:8086/hackc.html for example).
Of course, it is much easy to debug such an application if my web browser is in a clean state (no cached data or state related to
Is there any way to configure my browser (perhaps thru some addon or whatever extension) so that clearing all its state related to
localhost:8086, in particular cookies and file cache, is very easy and convenient? Ideally it would be a button or a menu entry near the browser toolbar! Or perhaps some shell script to clean whatever is relevant inside
Of course I do not want to disturb any other state in my browser (e.g. I certainly don't want to forget cookies logging me to stackoverflow or my corporate webmail...). I only want to clean what is tied to