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added a more verbose description of the permissions representation in…

… the filename.

Updated the required Version of Ipernity::API in the readme file
Added the -ts switch to the readme file as well

Signed-off-by: Falko Zurell <falko.zurell@gmail.com>
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@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ To use IperBackup your system needs to have the following requirements installed
(best installed from bottom to top):
- Perl 5.8.x (or higher)
- - Ipernity::API 0.08 (or higher)
+ - Ipernity::API 0.09 (or higher)
- Date::Manip
- XML::Simple
- LWP::UserAgent
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ The usage of IperBackup is pretty simple. First you have to decide which action
-l, --list to create a list with all download URL, to use in your DL manager
or
- -d, --download to let IperBackup download each file for your
+ -d, --download to let IperBackup download each file for you
the options are mutual exclusive and mandatory. Otherwise IperBackup
will just display the help output.
@@ -109,14 +109,29 @@ The specified date has to be UTC. If you leave the start date it will use the
start of the UNIX epoch time (1970-01-01 00:00:00) and if you leave out the
end date it will use the current time.
+When downloading files from your Ipernity account IperBackup will skip files which
+are already present in your local output directory. If you want those files downloaded
+anyhow use the following switch to have IperBackup add a timestamp to the original
+file name and place it in your local directory
+
+ -ts or --timestamp
+
By default IperBackup will fetch the permissions (Ipernity-wise) for each
document and will store it in the filename. The permission string will be
stored in the beginning of the filename. The result will look something
-like this: perm_public-<original filename>. You can disable this behaviour
-by using this switch:
+like this:
+ perm_public-<original filename> for public files,
+ perm_private-<original filename> for only private,
+ perm_familyonly-<original filename> for private + family,
+ perm_friendonly-<original filename> for private + friends,
+ perm_familyandfriend-<original filename> for private + family + friends.
+You can disable this behaviour by using this switch:
-p or --nopermission
+Thus the file will be saved with their original filename.
+
+
That's all. Have fun using it!
Comments and critics are always welcome at: doomy@pebcak.de

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