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Manual Reference Pages  -  PICASA-LIST (1)

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NAME

picasa-list - list albums, photos, tags, or comments from Google Picasa Web

CONTENTS

VERSION

version 0.11

SYNOPSIS



  picasa-list [options]

  Options:
    --username <username>    the username to login as
    --password <password>    the password to login with

    --kind <kind>            "album", "photo", "tag", or "comment"
    --featured               list featured photos (implies --kind photo)
    --user-id <user-id>      the user ID to look for albums or photos in
    --album-id <album-id>    album ID to look in for photos, comments, or tags
    --photo-id <photo-id>    photo ID to look at for comments or tags

    --find <field>=<value>   Limit to items just matching this rule
    --find <field>=<regex>   Limit to items just matching the Perl regex

    --option <key>=<value>   special options: q, location, etc.

    --long                   show more information on each item
    --human                  show byte values in human consumable abbreviations
    --quiet                  suppress messages
   
    --help                   get some help
    --man                    get lots of help



DESCRIPTION

This script will list information about albums, photos, tags, or comments found to match the arguments given.

NAME

picasa-list - list albums, photos, tags, or comments from Google Picasa Web

OPTIONS

<B>--usernameB> This is the Google username to use when logging in. This is generally a GMail address or another email address used to login to Google services.
<B>--passwordB> This is the Google password to use when loggin in.
<B>--kindB> This is the kind of information to pull. There are four possible settings:
album This is the default. This will list all the albums matching the authenticated user or user ID given with the <B>--user-idB> option.
photo This will list all the photos matching the authenticated user or user ID given with the <B>--user-idB> option.
tag This will list all the tags matching the authenticated user or user ID given with the <B>--user-idB> option.
comment This will list all the comments made on the authenticated user’s account or the one given by <B>--user-idB>.
<B>--featuredB> This fetches the list of current featured photos. This must not be used with --user-id and implies that --kind is set to photo. (Setting --kind to something other than photo is an error.)
<B>--user-idB> This is the Google user ID to list from.
<B>--album-idB> This is the ID of the album to use when listing photos, tags, or comments.
<B>--photo-idB> This is the ID of the photo to use when listing tags or comments.
<B>--findB> This option allows you to specify additional rules to match items by. This option can be used more than once to require additional rules. Each rule is given with a field name followed by either = to specify and exact match or =~ to specify a Perl regular expression match, finally with the value to match. For example, to match only those albums containing 2008 in the name, you could run:



  picasa-list --kind album --username example --find title=~2008



Here is a list of fields you can compare against:
o id
o url
o title
o summary
o author_name
o author_uri
o entry_id
o user_id
o content (only available on comments)

<B>--optionB> This option allows you to specify arbitrary options on the Picasa Web query. To see a list of available options, check STANDARD LIST OPTIONS in Net::Google::PicasaWeb.
<B>--longB> Show the long view. On albums this will add the album size and number of photos to the list. On photos this will add the width, height, and byte size of each photo.
<B>--humanB> Show byte values in a human readable form. So it will show byte values in the thousands will be shown in kilobytes, anything in the millions in Megabytes, etc. These use divisions based on powers of 2, not powers of 10 (i.e., always in kibibytes, Mebibytes, gibibytes, etc.)
<B>--quietB> Suppresses the headings and footer usually given and also doesn’t print anything if no results are found.
<B>--helpB> Show some of this help stuff.
<B>--manB> Show lots of help.

AUTHOR

Andrew Sterling Hanenkamp, <hanenkamp at cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE

Copyright 2008 Andrew Sterling Hanenkamp

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

AUTHOR

Andrew Sterling Hanenkamp <hanenkamp@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Andrew Sterling Hanenkamp.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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