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Old 02.08.2012, 17:28
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I'd like to add my packages through commandline.

I've seen there is the -a parameter, but itsn't enough, since I'd also need to pass the package name as well as urls.

There is the new json api so I was wondering if there is any simple tool that allows adding packages through commandline.

If there isn't, is there an option to add packages through a GET http URL with the new API?

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Old 02.08.2012, 17:29
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I can add you support for adding links as the api is not finished yet.
what parameters do you want to be able to set?
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Old 02.08.2012, 17:35
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Thanks for the prompt answer
I think I just need:

- package name
- URLs to add
- download directory
- file password
- comment

I could do with the first four, the last one would be a plus.
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Old 02.08.2012, 17:42
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so adding would be enough in first stage....?
becasue api still does not offer any controlling methods (move, rename, etc)
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Old 02.08.2012, 17:44
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Yes, for sure...

For now I just want to use it to add packages, control if needed will be done in the GUI.
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Old 02.08.2012, 17:49
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okay, will see if I can *do it* at the weekend
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Old 02.08.2012, 17:50
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Thx Jiaz
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I need this feature for comment, can you add this feature?
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@3dkkm: I would recommend to either use the API or folderwatch crawljob files for this. Please use board search
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Install Folderwatch Extension and then you can add .crawljob file via commandline, all properties/links are set in crawljob itself then
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Old 30.10.2020, 11:21
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Quote:
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I need this feature for comment, can you add this feature?
You can also append the package name and/or other additional info to the url and then parse them using a packagizer rule.
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