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# (S)FTP credentials
sftp_address = 'your_domain.com'
username = 'your_ftp_user'
password = 'your_ftp_password'
# This is where the screenshots are saved locally
local_directory = '/home/kageru/pyshare/'
# Directory on the ftp server where you want the screenshots to be sent to
remote_directory = '/usr/share/nginx/html/pyshare/'
# Template for the link that the script will generate. {} is the filename
link_template = 'https://your_domain.com/pyshare/{}'
# In case you want a certain prefix for all files. Can also be an empty string
prefix = ''
# Number of random characters in the filename
length = 5

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#!/usr/bin/env python
import sys
from subprocess import call
import os
from pysftp import Connection
from tkinter import Tk, Button
from string import ascii_letters, digits
from random import choices
import config
character_pool = ascii_letters + digits
def generate_filename(prefix, length):
return prefix + ''.join(choices(character_pool, k=length)) + '.png'
filename = generate_filename(config.prefix, config.length)
with Connection(config.sftp_address, username=config.username, password=config.password) as conn:
with conn.cd(config.remote_directory):
# there's potential for an endless loop here...
while conn.exists(filename):
filename = generate_filename(config.prefix, config.length)
filepath = os.path.join(config.local_directory, filename)
call(["escrotum", "{}".format(filepath), "-s"])
conn.put(filepath)
link = config.link_template.format(filename)
# copy link to clipboard
# https://stackoverflow.com/questions/579687/how-do-i-copy-a-string-to-the-clipboard-on-windows-using-python#4203897
print(link)
r = Tk()
r.clipboard_clear()
r.clipboard_append(link)
r.after(2000, sys.exit)
# also show a little button that does nothing.
# Well, it informs you that your link is ready, so that's something, I guess
rButton = Button(r, text=f"{link}", font=("Verdana", 12), bg="black", command=sys.exit)
rButton.pack()
r.geometry('400x50+700+500')
r.mainloop()
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