curl https://gplr.in to see a small reminder/documentation on how to
use the service.
One of the main goal of goploader is the ease of use. That's also why the goploader server doesn't use a JSON API, to guarantee that any user can upload files painlessly.
You can use this service without a client, simply by issuing curl commands.
Upload the file named
$ curl -F firstname.lastname@example.org https://gpldr.in/
Change the name of the file to "myamazingfile!"
$ curl -F name="myamazingfile!" -F email@example.com https://gpldr.in/
Upload from stdin
$ tree | curl -F file=@- https://gpldr.in/
Upload a file from stdin
$ curl -F file=@- https://gpldr.in/ < myfile.txt
Specify the lifetime of your file
$ curl -F file=@- -F duration=1w https://gpldr.in/ < myfile.txt
Specify that the file is visible only once
$ curl -F file=@- -F once="true" https://gpldr.in/ < myfile.txt
See the Client/Documentation for more information
about the possible values of the
File Manager Integration¶
If you want, you can add an entry to the contextual menu of your file manager
to upload a file. The trick is to use the .desktop files and to copy the
returned URL to your clipboard once the file is uploaded. Here is an example
goploader.desktop that you can put in your
~/.local/share/file-manager/actions/ directory :
[Desktop Entry] Type = Action Tooltip = Upload file on Goploader Name = Upload on Goploader... Profiles = goploader_onfile; [X-Action-Profile goploader_onfile] MimeTypes = all/allfiles; SelectionCount = =1 Exec = curl -F file=@%d/%b https://gpldr.in/ | xclip
You will need xclip to copy the returned URL to your clipboard.