Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Using Google Code

I've decided to start using Google Code to host some of my little utility scripts that I find I use on multiple computers. They're mainly python and shell scripts and can be found here. Here's what's currently in there:

ftp_upload.py - uploads a single file to a FTP server
make_gallery.py - renames all of the files in a directory and optionally creates a set of thumbnails
timemachine - performs a backup from a remote location using rsync, only downloading diffs and creating hard-links to previous files where appropriate

One of the cool new features released on code.google.com is a RSS feed for the Subversion changes to a project. For my little project it can be found at http://code.google.com/feeds/p/bogos-utility-scripts/svnchanges/basic.

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