Saturday, July 3, 2010

"googlecl" RPM for Fedora

Recently Google released a command line tool to manage it's many different services: googlecl. This might be handy for those who want to script some operations. It's quite simple to use, i.e.:
# google picasa post title <PHOTOALBUM> /path/to/photo.jpg

would upload "photo.jpg" to the Picasa album <PHOTOALBUM>. Run
# google --help

for more options or have a look at this page.

Google provides the source code or a Debian/Ubuntu package (here), but no rpm. So, if you like you may download the one I built for Fedora 13 (requires package "python-gdata" - install it via 'yum install python-gdata'):

googlecl-0.9.8-2.fc13.i386.rpm.tar.gz (md5sum: 58e6a2c404d1bd3feb49f39a429164f8)

Or the source rpm:
googlecl-0.9.8-2.fc13.src.rpm.tar.gz (md5sum: 61b111467291182686c866fe01e27fc4)

Have fun!