New command line bulk upload tool: s3browser-put.exe
Some time ago we developed command line uploader to automate the uploading of files and folders to Amazon S3. Today we are releasing it to public. You can find it the same folder where S3 Browser was installed. (Usually C:\Program Files\S3 Browser\)
It uses the same settings as a GUI version, so you can use the GUI to configure it.
The usage is pretty simple: s3browser-put.exe your-account-name local-path remote-path
For example: s3browser-put.exe my-account c:\backups\*.bkf my-bucket/backups
Account name - the name you specified when adding your access keys to S3 Browser.
You can find more detailed instructions on how to add new access keys here.
If spaces appear in the path, enclose it in quotation marks. Do not use traling backslashes.
Improved Web Urls Generator - use current bucket name as a hostname.
Improved Web Urls Generator allows you to use current bucket name as a hostname.Web Urls Generator - use current bucket name as a hostname
Simple HTML code generator for images.
This new feature allows you to generate html code for images stored on Amazon S3.How to generate html code for images stored on Amazon S3
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