[CMD] gDrive - interacting with Google Drive

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BoBo
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[CMD] gDrive - interacting with Google Drive

13 Mar 2017, 01:55

gdrive is a command line utility for interacting with Google Drive.

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8-)
coolykoen
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Re: [CMD] gDrive - interacting with Google Drive

14 Mar 2017, 02:08

BoBo wrote:gdrive is a command line utility for interacting with Google Drive.

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8-)


Correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't this just advertising? :think:
BoBo
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Re: [CMD] gDrive - interacting with Google Drive

14 Mar 2017, 02:25

Have posted recommendations exactly that way for years at this forum (its predecessor, search for it).
Even using the same format - without a problem.

So I guess, no.

Greetz,
BoBo 8-)
TheDewd
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Re: [CMD] gDrive - interacting with Google Drive

14 Mar 2017, 15:53

Very nice!

This could be used to create a file browser in AutoHotkey... For example, the code below to get the root directory contents:

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BoBo
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Re: [CMD] gDrive - interacting with Google Drive

14 Mar 2017, 16:57

TheDewd wrote:Very nice!

This could be used to create a file browser in AutoHotkey... For example, the code below to get the root directory


I really appreciate it if someone like you offers a sample code to show how AHK could be used that way.
Thanks a lot !! :thumbup:
fenchai
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Re: [CMD] gDrive - interacting with Google Drive

17 Aug 2017, 14:23

Is there a way to detect if Google Drive is syncing at the moment? and also when it is finished?
BoBo
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Re: [CMD] gDrive - interacting with Google Drive

18 Aug 2017, 07:23

fenchai wrote:Is there a way to detect if Google Drive is syncing at the moment? and also when it is finished?

I'd guess, yes. Check out the tools command lines switches/parameters (stdout/logging) for further details.
Good luck :)

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