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    droplr-cli

    1.0.5 • Public • Published

    droplr-cli

    Super simple Droplr command-line utility for viewing and updating "drops".

    One of the things I frequently do when capturing and uploading a screenshot is setting a specific expiration date for it. If I'm taking a work screenshot, I typically want it to last forever. I'll manually clean them up later, or have them auto-expire after a year.

    On the other hand, if it's just a screenshot for Slack, IRC, or to send to some friends... I generally don't want it to live longer than a day or so. Sometimes not longer than a few minutes.

    With droplr-cli, I can simply do something like: droplr expire https://d.pr/i/id-here 30m and it will set that drop to expire in 30 minutes. Available durations are (m)inute, (h)our, (d)ay, (y)ear.

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    Getting Started

    Prerequisites

    Steps

    • npm install -g droplr-cli
    • droplr set-auth <username> <password> (This will create a droplr-cli.json file in your config directory. Typically ~/.config on macOS/UNIX.)

    Running the tests

    • npm run test

    License

    This project is licensed under the MIT License.

    Acknowledgments

    Install

    npm i droplr-cli

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    8

    Version

    1.0.5

    License

    MIT

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    25.9 kB

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    • mikerogne