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#!/usr/bin/env ruby
#
# cloudapp
# Zach Holman / @holman
#
# Uploads a file from the command line to CloudApp, drops it into your
# clipboard (on a Mac, at least).
#
# -- Uwe Kleinmann / @iUwe
# Added clipboard functionality via xsel for linux.
#
# Example:
#
# cloudapp drunk-blake.png
#
# This requires Aaron Russell's cloudapp_api gem:
#
# gem install cloudapp_api
#
# Requires you set your CloudApp credentials in ~/.cloudapp as a simple file of:
#
# email
# password
require 'rubygems'
begin
require 'cloudapp_api'
rescue LoadError
puts "You need to install cloudapp_api: gem install cloudapp_api"
exit!(1)
end
config_file = "#{ENV['HOME']}/.cloudapp"
unless File.exist?(config_file)
puts "You need to type your email and password (one per line) into "+
"`~/.cloudapp`"
exit!(1)
end
email,password = File.read(config_file).split("\n")
class HTTParty::Response
# Apparently HTTPOK.ok? IS NOT OKAY WTFFFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
# LETS MONKEY PATCH IT I FEEL OKAY ABOUT IT
def ok? ; true end
end
if ARGV[0].nil?
puts "You need to specify a file to upload."
exit!(1)
end
CloudApp.authenticate(email,password)
url = CloudApp::Item.create(:upload, {:file => ARGV[0]}).url
# Say it for good measure.
puts "Uploaded to #{url}."
# Copy it to your clipboard.
clip_cmd = `uname`.rstrip == "Darwin" ? "pbcopy" : "xsel -ibp"
`echo '#{url}' | tr -d "\n" | #{clip_cmd}`
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