[Pharo-project] Artifacts Mirroring
camillo.bruni at inria.fr
Tue Jan 31 07:38:06 EST 2012
On 2012-01-29, at 19:21, Sven Van Caekenberghe wrote:
> On 28 Jan 2012, at 01:46, Camillo Bruni wrote:
>> On 2012-01-27, at 20:43, Sven Van Caekenberghe wrote:
>>> On 27 Jan 2012, at 17:31, Camillo Bruni wrote:
>>>> ./googlecode_upload.py --help
>>>> Usage: googlecode-upload.py -s SUMMARY -p PROJECT [options] FILE
>>>> -h, --help show this help message and exit
>>>> -s SUMMARY, --summary=SUMMARY
>>>> Short description of the file
>>>> -p PROJECT, --project=PROJECT
>>>> Google Code project name
>>>> -u USER, --user=USER Your Google Code username
>>>> -w PASSWORD, --password=PASSWORD
>>>> Your Google Code password
>>>> -l LABELS, --labels=LABELS
>>>> An optional lis
>>> I had a quick look at http://code.google.com/p/support/source/browse/trunk/scripts/googlecode_upload.py
>>> should be doable with zn+zdc as well…
>> you know I still have this inner fear of creating scripts in pharo :D and I immediately back out and use ruby / bash :P
>> I'll have a look, for now I'm fine with a minimal effort solution :).
> Sure, I understand: if something usable exists, why not use it, often there is not much reason to reinvent the wheel.
> But just for the sake of it, this (untested) code is more or less (from my understanding of the Python code) what the key logic would be in Smalltalk:
> filepath := '/tmp/foo.txt'.
> projectname := 'pharo'.
> username := 'sven.van.caekenberghe'.
> password := 's46K48jc0kn1'.
> summary := 'Testing uploading a file to a Google project'.
> labels := #( 'Cool' 'Cooler' 'Coolest').
> (client := ZnClient new)
> host: projectname, '.googlecode.com';
> username: username password: password;
> addPart: (ZnMimePart fieldName: 'filename' fileNamed: filepath);
> addPart: (ZnMimePart fieldName: 'summary' value: summary).
> labels do: [ :each |
> addPart: (ZnMimePart fieldName: 'label' value: each) ].
> client post.
> client response location.
> Wouldn't you agree that this is pretty cool code ?
Oh, definitely :)
I'll give it a shot :)
>> BTW: with the Monkey we already did a complete google API authentification which works perfectly :)
> I know, and I was very happy with it !
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