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Thursday, February 25, 2010

Google Code Scripted Upload

When you want to upload a file to google code in a script there are several options. IMO, send2goog is the best one. In addition to command-line args, it has an interactive mode that auto-saves your config info in ~/.send2goof.conf on both a global-default level and per-file-name level... so you don't have to remember pesky labels, retype usernames, etc. Much nicer than using google's web UI.

Reminder to self as much as anyone else.

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