Put.io files to command line is a file downloader extension for chrome. it's a free extension , it has 195 active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 3.75 from 4 rated user, last update is 3236 days ago.
Gets list of files in current put.io folder and generate command line commands to download all of them. Source code is avaialble at https://github.com/nevostruev/put-io-wget-chrome === 1.12.1 === Fix command preview Add copy button to popup Add predefined commands: curl, wget and aria2c === 1.12.0 === Fix incorrect file name parsing === 1.11 === Fix username parsing. Fix non-english file names. === 1.10 === You can copy single command from list of files === 1.9 === Add options page with ability to customize command. === 1.6 === Switch to https. === 1.5 === - Fix "token" parameter in generated file name
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Would love the ability to have the option of where .password is stored. Also, I don't really need to see the full text, so maybe a button that copies it to clipboard? That way, it'll be easier to read which command for which file. You could also modify the page, and add a button to each file right within the page. Feature requests: Now that 'Copy Command' is there for single entries, it would be great to take Blue Devil's suggestion and automatically add the && in the textbox dropdown (from the url bar). Edit: Wow. You read my review. I love the updates. If anyone wants to use aria2 instead of wget (so that you can get concurrent connection), here's the command to put in the options page: aria2c -x8 https://%d -o "%f" --http-user=%u --http-passwd=$(cat .password) -c
Great stuff! Although something has changed that it now includes the token id in the name... most frustrating to rename the files. Would also be nice to have a multiple file addition using the "&&". Does the job!