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DropboxSync
from __future__ import absolute_import
from __future__ import print_function
import os
import sys
import pickle
import console
import editor
import dropbox
# I moved 'dropboxlogin' into a sub folder so it doesn't clutter my main folder
sys.path += [os.path.join(os.path.dirname(os.path.abspath(__file__)),)]
import dropboxloginv2 # this code can be found here https://gist.github.com/4034526
STATE_FILE = '.dropbox_state_v2'
class dropbox_state:
def __init__(self):
self.cursor = None
self.local_files = {}
self.remote_files = {}
# use ignore_path to prevent download of recently uploaded files
def execute_delta(self, client, ignore_path = None):
if not self.cursor:
delta = client.files_list_folder('', recursive=True)
else:
delta = client.files_list_folder_continue(self.cursor)
self.cursor = delta.cursor
for entry in delta.entries:
if type(entry) == dropbox.files.DeletedMetadata: continue
path = entry.path_display[1:]
meta = entry
# this skips the path if we just uploaded it
if path != ignore_path:
if meta != None:
path = meta.path_display[1:] # caps sensitive
if type(meta) == dropbox.files.FolderMetadata:
print('\n\tMaking Directory:',path)
self.makedir_local(path)
elif path not in self.remote_files:
print('\n\tNot in local')
self.download(client, path)
elif meta.rev != self.remote_files[path].rev:
print('\n\tOutdated revision')
self.download(client, path)
# remove file or directory
else:
if os.path.isdir(path):
print('\n\tRemoving Directory:', path)
os.removedirs(path)
elif os.path.isfile(path):
print('\n\tRemoving File:', path)
os.remove(path)
del self.local_files[path]
del self.remote_files[path]
else:
pass # file already doesn't exist localy
# makes dirs if necessary, downloads, and adds to local state data
def download(self, client, path):
print('\tDownloading:', path)
head, tail = os.path.split(path)
if not os.path.exists(head) and head != '':
os.makedirs(head)
meta = client.files_download_to_file(path, os.path.join('/',path))
self.local_files[path] = {'modified': os.path.getmtime(path)}
self.remote_files[path] = meta
def upload(self, client, path):
print('\tUploading:', path)
with open(path,'rb') as local:
overwrite = dropbox.files.WriteMode('overwrite')
meta = client.files_upload(local, os.path.join('/',path), overwrite)
# meta = client.put_file(os.path.join('/',path), local, True)
self.local_files[path] = {'modified': os.path.getmtime(path)}
self.remote_files[path] = meta
# clean out the delta for the file upload
self.execute_delta(client, ignore_path=meta.path_display[1:])
def delete(self, client, path):
print('\tFile deleted locally. Deleting on Dropbox:',path)
try:
client.files_delete('/' + path)
except Exception as e:
# file was probably already deleted
print(e)
print('\tFile already removed from Dropbox')
del self.local_files[path]
del self.remote_files[path]
# safely makes local dir
def makedir_local(self,path):
if not os.path.exists(path): # no need to make a dir that exists
os.makedirs(path)
elif os.path.isfile(path): # if there is a file there ditch it
os.remove(path)
del self.files[path]
os.makedir(path)
# recursively list files on dropbox
def _listfiles(self, client, path = ''):
meta = client.files_list_folder(path, recursive=True)
filelist = []
filelist += meta.entries
while meta.has_more:
meta = client.files_list_folder_continue(meta.cursor)
filelist += meta.entries
filelist = [i for i in filelist if type(i) == dropbox.files.FileMetadata]
return filelist
def download_all(self, client, path = '/'):
filelist = self._listfiles(client)
for file in filelist:
self.download(client, file.path_display[1:]) # trim root slash
def check_state(self, client, path):
# lets see if we've seen it before
if path not in self.local_files:
# upload it!
self.upload(client, path)
elif os.path.getmtime(path) > self.local_files[path]['modified']:
# newer file than last sync
self.upload(client, path)
else:
pass # looks like everything is good
def loadstate():
fyle = open(STATE_FILE,'rb')
state = pickle.load(fyle)
fyle.close()
return state
def savestate(state):
fyle = open(STATE_FILE,'wb')
pickle.dump(state,fyle)
fyle.close()
if __name__ == '__main__':
console.show_activity()
print("""
****************************************
* Dropbox File Syncronization *
****************************************""")
client = dropboxlogin3v2.get_client()
print('\nLoading local state')
# lets see if we can unpickle
try:
state = loadstate()
except:
print('\nCannot find state file. ***Making new local state***')
# Aaaah, we have nothing, probably first run
state = dropbox_state()
print('\nDownloading everything from Dropbox')
# no way to check what we have locally is newer, gratuitous dl
state.download_all(client)
print('\nUpdating state from Dropbox')
state.execute_delta(client)
print('\nChecking for new or updated local files')
# back to business, lets see if there is anything new or changed localy
filelist = []
for root, dirnames, filenames in os.walk('.'):
for filename in filenames:
if filename != STATE_FILE:
filelist.append( os.path.join(root, filename)[2:])
for file in filelist:
state.check_state(client,file)
print('\nChecking for deleted local files')
old_list = list(state.local_files.keys())
for file in old_list:
if file not in filelist:
state.delete(client, file)
print('\nSaving local state')
savestate(state)
print('\nSync complete')
console.hide_activity()
print('\nReload file')
if editor.get_path():
editor.open_file(editor.get_path())
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commented Aug 23, 2016

Why am I getting this error?

AttributeError: 'DropboxClient' object has no attribute 'files_list_folder'

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commented Sep 1, 2016

Works great after changing L153 to client = dropboxloginv2.get_client()

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commented Feb 22, 2017

After updating Pythonista to version 3.1, this script now dies with an API Error on line 179 when the state.check_state command is called. This prevents uploading updated files to Dropbox and the updating of the sync state. Anyone else seeing this in Pythonista 3.1 with this script?

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