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Google releases command-line tool: GoogleCL

Discussion in 'Linux From Scratch' started by Gman496, Jun 25, 2010.

  1. Gman496

    Gman496 Super Moderator Staff Member

    Google announced the release of its command line tool, GoogleCL in its Open Source blog last Friday.

    You can get the details on the Google Code project page and download either googlecl-0.9.7.tar.gz or googlecl_0.9.7-1_all.deb.

    Google says that it hopes to have the .deb package ready to be included in the next releases of the Debian and Ubuntu repositories.

    For command line fans, the tool allows you to work with Google services and perform tasks on Picasa, Google Docs, Youtube, and Blogger.

    Ever wanted to upload a folder full of photos to Picasa from a command prompt?

    $ google picasa create --title "My album" ~/Photos/vacation/*.jpg

    Here are some of the example scripts Google provides, and this article from Softpedia also includes a tutorial and examples of how GoogleCL can be used.