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Placing images in subfolder based on Tumblr name. #1

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parkr commented May 10, 2012

Make for a more organized pull from multiple Tumblrs.

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nixterrimus commented May 10, 2012

Thanks, Parker! One problem with this is that if an image is reblogged across several tumblrs then it will be repeated in each folder. Do you think this is a big deal? Is it ok to have 3 copies of cute_kitten.jpg if it's reblogged twice?

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parkr commented May 10, 2012

That's true! I see no issue with this in the way I use tumbld.sh (essentially to backup/archive a tumblr), as I would like to have every image from the blog anyway, whether it was reblogged by site B or not.

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nixterrimus commented May 10, 2012

Good point, interesting to hear how you're using it too! Can you make the script accept an argument to save to folders? Maybe something like ./tumbld -f?

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parkr commented May 11, 2012

That would be good, yeah. I'll have to rework the way tumbld.sh works with arguments.

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parkr commented Dec 7, 2012

Was just looking through my open pull requests and decided I'd do this.

At first, I wanted to use getopts which is kinda neat, but not suitable for the needs of this script. I just tried it and it all works fine.

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parkr commented Jan 19, 2013

Let me know if you'd like me to make any further changes.

@nixterrimus nixterrimus added a commit that referenced this pull request Mar 6, 2013

@nixterrimus nixterrimus Merge pull request #1 from parkr/subfolders
Placing images in subfolder based on Tumblr name.
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@nixterrimus nixterrimus merged commit 859f8fb into nixterrimus:master Mar 6, 2013

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parkr commented Mar 6, 2013

Oh, hey! Forgot about this.

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