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  • Each file in the current folder is uploaded to imageshack.us If the folder contains other filetypes change: for files in * to: for files in *.jpg (to upload ONLY .jpg files) Additionally you can try (results may vary): for files in *.jpg *.png The output URL is encased with BB image tags for use in a forum. Show Sample Output


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    imageshack() { for files in *; do curl -H Expect: -F fileupload="@$files" -F xml=yes -# "http://www.imageshack.us/index.php" | grep image_link | sed -e 's/<image_link>/[IMG]/g' -e 's/<\/image_link>/[\/IMG]/g'; done; }
    operatinghazard · 2010-10-01 06:50:04 1

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