A collection of scripts to be run by Transmission after a torrent has finished downloading.
Right now it includes:
- growl_notify.pl --> a Perl wrapper around Growl::GNTP to allow for easy message sending to a Growl receiver
- unpack_torrent.sh --> a Bash script to unpack all archives from a torrent (if any) and log everything that happened to the last torrent downloaded
growl_notify.pl is not specifically related to transmission, it's a more general script that allows any app, script to send a message to a Growl receiver listening on a network connection. Or just manual message sending from the command line.
How to use it: It needs the following flags: -n|--name Name of the app or script sending the message. -t|--title Title of the message. -m|--message The message itself. The following flags are optional: -h|--host Host running Growl, the receiver.Defaults to localhost. -p|--port The port that Growl is running on.Defaults to 23053. -i|--icon Icon to use when sending the message. -p|--password Use a password if the Growl receiver requires one. -h|--help Print this help Examples: growl_notify.pl -n transmission -t Torrent foo --message Has finished --host 192.168.1.1 --icon /usr/share/icons/hicolor/32x32/apps/transmission.png growl_notify.pl -n thunderbird -t Email from: -m "Jon Doe"
It can be used by Transmission by adding it to the scripts to run after a torrent has finished downloading to send a message to your box running Growl. Useful for headless torrent boxes.
If you are worried about using your Growl password on the command line by passing it to the script using --password, there is a way around it. You can put the password in a plain text file owned just by you - let's call it "password", chmod it to 600 and then use growl_notify like this:
growl_notify.pl -n transmission -t Torrent foo --message Has finished --host 192.168.1.1 --password `cat password`