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Convenient commandline utility to publish files on a webserver using rsync

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# cliPublish
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## Introduction

cliPublish allows easily uploading a file to a fixed directory of your
webserver using rsync. On success it prints the URL the file will be available

## Usage
You need to create a small config file in `~/.config/cliPublish/remotes.conf`.
There is an example file in [cliPublish/remotes.conf.example](cliPublish/remotes.conf.example).

## Example

$ 20140903_0399.JPG
310,428 100% 264.80MB/s 0:00:00 (xfr#1, to-chk=0/1)

Optionally you can also specify a filename for the remote side:

$ 20140903_0399.JPG ijen_crater.jpg
310,428 100% 264.80MB/s 0:00:00 (xfr#1, to-chk=0/1)

## License

cliPublish was written by Martin Heistermann <github()>
and is available under the terms of the GPL v3.

## Ideas

* Automatic copy to clipboard
* Support multiple servers in config, select using optional argument
* Warn/stop/backup if remote filename already exists
* Upload multiple files at once, creating a directory with an index.html

## Contributing

Send me a pull request on github or [email me a patch](mailto:github[]

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