Add local file upload

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kageru 8 months ago
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# ppsh
A simple shell screenshot tool, named after the PPSh,
a Soviet submachine gun, because it shoots and ends with `sh`.
A simple shell screenshot tool that uploads to an ssh server,
named after the PPSh, a Soviet submachine gun, because it shoots and ends with `sh`.
Replacement for my old python script because finding a maintained SFTP library for Python is more effort than it’s worth.
## Usage
```sh
ppsh
```
to capture a screenshot and upload it or
```sh
ppsh file.png
```
to upload `file.png` to the remote server.
## Configuration
The first few lines of the script are the config variables.
Use them to set the remote host, destination folder, etc.
## Dependencies
This script will work on Xorg and Wayland by checking the `WAYLAND_DISPLAY` environment variable.
When used on Xorg, it requires `maim` for the image capture and `xsel` for clipboard management.
When used on Wayland, it requires `grim`/`slurp` for the image capture and `wl-copy` for clipboard management.

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}
main() {
filename="$prefix$(generate_name $random_chars).png"
date_folder="$(date "+$date_format")"
local_directory="$local_root/$date_folder"
mkdir -p "$local_directory"
capture_and_upload "$local_directory/$filename" "$remote_directory/$filename"
if [ -n "$1" ]; then
ext="$(echo "$1" | awk '{ n=split($0, a, "."); print a[n] }')"
if [ "$ext" == "$1" ]; then # file has no extension
filename="$prefix$(generate_name $random_chars)"
else
filename="$prefix$(generate_name $random_chars).$ext"
fi
local_file="$1"
else
filename="$prefix$(generate_name $random_chars).png"
date_folder="$(date "+$date_format")"
local_directory="$local_root/$date_folder"
mkdir -p "$local_directory"
local_file="$local_directory/$filename"
fi
capture_and_upload "$local_file" "$remote_directory/$filename"
}
capture_and_upload() {
local_file="$1"
remote_file="$2"
if [ ! "$(exists "$remote_file")" ]; then
capture "$local_file"
# If the file already exists, we’re in file upload mode.
# If it doesn’t, capture a screenshot and save it there.
if [ ! -f "$local_file" ]; then
capture "$local_file"
fi
upload "$local_file" "$remote_file"
full_url="$url_template/$filename"
clipboard "$full_url"
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fi
}
main
main "$1"

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