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Upload files to an Amazon S3 bucket

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A simple application to upload files to an Amazon S3 bucket. Behind the scenes this script uses the awesome Boto3 library to access the Amazon Web Services.


The application uses the AWS credentials file located in ~/.aws/credentials

usage: [-h] [–verbose] [–store-paths] bucket file [file …]

Upload files to an Amazon S3 bucket

positional arguments:
bucket Name of the S3 bucket to use file File to upload to the S3 bucket
optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
--verbose Give verbose output while uploading files
--store-paths Store the file path in the S3 object name


--store-paths If this flag is set the S3 object will stored with the path you specify, otherwise the filenamewill be used as the object name. Using this approach it is possible to simulate a directory structure on S3.
--verbose Give verbose output while uploading files to S3.

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