PTPImg uploader, handles local files and URLs, from the commandline
Upload image file or image URL to the ptpimg.me image hosting.
pip install ptpimg_uploader
python setup.py install
Install python3 package requests (usually apt-get install python3-requests or pip3 install requests).
If you want clipboard support, install pyperclip too.
Run the script from the command line with python3 ptimg_uploader.py
To find your PTPImg API key, login to https://ptpimg.me, open the page source (i.e. “View->Developer->View source” menu in Chrome), find the string api_key and copy the hexademical string from the value attribute. Your API key should look like 43fe0fee-f935-4084-8a38-3e632b0be68c.
You can export your ptpimg.me API key (usually in .bashrc or .zshenv) using:
export PTPIMG_API_KEY=<your hex key>
or use the -k / –api-key command-line switch.
How to use
to get command-line help.
To upload an image file:
To rehost an imgur image:
An uploaded URL will be printed to the console.
If pyperclip python package is installed, the URL will be additionally copied to the clipboard.
You can specify multiple files and URLs on the command line:
ptpimg_uploader ~/seed/mytorrent/folder.jpg https://i.imgur.com/eaT6j3X.jpg
The resulting URLs are printed each on separate line, and copied to your clipboard with newlines in between.
- mjpieters - a great refactoring and Python packaging
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