For each file it uploads, s3up sets a far future expiration date, gzips the content, and versions the file by combining the filename with a timestamp. Each of these actions are optional and can be controlled via the command line. s3up can also automatically compress your images using Yahoo!'s Smush.it web service.
A longer explanation and example usage can be found here.
- Upload multiple files at once - including directories
- Automatically append timestamps onto files for versioning
- Upload a gzipped version of each file
- Add far future expiration header to each file
- Losslessly compress your images using Smush.it
Requires PHP5 and php_curl extension.
- Place s3up in a convienient location and make executable.
Code is hosted at GitHub: http://github.com/tylerhall/s3up
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