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phoseum-api and phoseum-cli

Framework to upload pictures to albums via API framework.

Using Phoseum-cli, you can read , test, upload images from a directory to an album, using the service Phoseum-api.

phoseum-cli -u -a AlbumTest

Will then read all the local files where the script was executed and then uploaded.

$ phoseum-cli -u -a /teste/blob3/a21
Preparing to upload images to API server
Using Album destination: teste/blob3/a21
(1/30): 000_1175.jpg : Format: JPEG | Dim.: W = 1632 H = 1088 | Size: 388 KB : Image 000_1175.jpg OK
(2/30): 02740002.JPG : Format: JPEG | Dim.: W = 3088 H = 2048 | Size: 3 MB : Image 02740002.JPG OK
(3/30): 02740003.JPG : Format: JPEG | Dim.: W = 3088 H = 2048 | Size: 4 MB : Image 02740003.JPG OK
(4/30): ._vizinhas-02.jpg : Filename: ._vizinhas-02.jpg | Does not appear to be a valid file, skipping
(5/30): ._vizinhas-03.jpg : Filename: ._vizinhas-03.jpg | Does not appear to be a valid file, skipping
(6/30): ._zebrow.jpg : Filename: ._zebrow.jpg | Does not appear to be a valid file, skipping
(7/30): ._zerivivi.jpg : Filename: ._zerivivi.jpg | Does not appear to be a valid file, skipping
(8/30): 02750031.jpg : Format: JPEG | Dim.: W = 3088 H = 2048 | Size: 4 MB : Image 02750031.jpg OK
(9/30): 02750036.jpg : Format: JPEG | Dim.: W = 3088 H = 2048 | Size: 4 MB : Image 02750036.jpg OK
(10/30): 2BORGS.jpg : Format: JPEG | Dim.: W = 618 H = 850 | Size: 131 KB : Image 2BORGS.jpg OK
(11/30): 30DuKralho.jpg : Format: JPEG | Dim.: W = 800 H = 600 | Size: 82 KB : Image 30DuKralho.jpg OK
(12/30): ._moon_wavelets_dyadic.jpg : Filename: ._moon_wavelets_dyadic.jpg | Does not appear to be a valid file, skipping
(13/30): ._scan0001.jpg : Filename: ._scan0001.jpg | Does not appear to be a valid file, skipping
(14/30): Helene_id_2014.jpg : Format: JPEG | Dim.: W = 2006 H = 644 | Size: 834 KB : Image Helene_id_2014.jpg OK
(15/30): IMG_0001.JPG : Format: JPEG | Dim.: W = 4272 H = 2848 | Size: 2 MB : Image IMG_0001.JPG OK
(16/30): IMG_0002.JPG : Format: JPEG | Dim.: W = 4272 H = 2848 | Size: 2 MB : Image IMG_0002.JPG OK
(17/30): IMG_0002_1.JPG : Format: JPEG | Dim.: W = 4272 H = 2848 | Size: 4 MB : Image IMG_0002_1.JPG OK
(18/30): IMG_0004_1.JPG : Format: JPEG | Dim.: W = 4272 H = 2848 | Size: 4 MB : Image IMG_0004_1.JPG OK
(19/30): IMG_0005.JPG : Format: JPEG | Dim.: W = 4272 H = 2848 | Size: 4 MB : Image IMG_0005.JPG OK
(20/30): Caipira.gif : Format: GIF | Dim.: W = 397 H = 555 | Size: 54 KB : Image Caipira.gif OK
(21/30): tywych05.gif : Format: GIF | Dim.: W = 420 H = 448 | Size: 8 KB : Image tywych05.gif OK
(22/30): ceres.png : Format: PNG | Dim.: W = 720 H = 1080 | Size: 617 KB : Image ceres.png OK
(23/30): earth.png : Format: PNG | Dim.: W = 720 H = 1080 | Size: 841 KB : Image earth.png OK

Upload report:
        Read:   23
        OK:     17
        Warn:   0
        Error:  0
        Skip:   7

        Size Total: 36 MB

Images will be then transformed into miniatures of a maximum size, stored in a subdirectory of that Album called \thumb, and information about the main file will be store in a JSON file on the same directory.

As an example of that JSON structure:

{
    "Albums": [{
        "name": "album1",
        "path": "/Albums/album1",
        "created": "1596977762",
        "description": "This is a first album for JSON build"
    }, {
        "name": "album2",
        "path": "/Albums/album2",
        "created": "1596977762",
        "description": "This is a second album for JSON build"
    }],
    "Photos": [{
        "image": "img_1234.jpg",
        "name": "img_1234.jpg",
        "path": "/Albums/album1",
        "size": "11MB",
        "added": "123123123",
        "full_data": image.data
    }, {
        "image": "img_1235.jpg",
        "name": "img_1235.jpg",
        "path": "/Albums/album2",
        "size": "5MB",
        "added": "1231233234",
        "full_data": image.data
    }]
}
## Command line help

Orion ~ # phoseum-cli --help
Opening configuration from /root/.phoseum/cli-config.yml
Usage: phoseum-cli [options]

Read about details on album names and types of images supported on official website:
phoseum.org

    -a, --album-path STRING          Choose destination album. Use with: [update, delete, check]
    -c, --check                      Check against Phoseum API Server. Use with: [album-path, image, ]
    -C, --create-user USERNAME       Create user on the application
    -d, --delete                     Delete Album or Image. Use with: [album-path, image]
    -f, --file-cfg FILENAME          Use alternative configuration file
    -i, --image FILENAME             Manipulate one image. Use with: [check, upload, delete]
    -l, --login                      Make a login to save a new token
    -v, --verbose                    Run verbosely (DEBUG mode)
    -r, --role ROLE                  Role for user: [User, Super]. Use with 'create-user'
    -q, --quiet                      Avoid regular info, useful for JSON output
    -t, --test                       Test local files. Used to identify on local directory what will be uploaded.
    -u, --upload                     Upload files to Phoseum API Server. Use with: [album-path, image]
    -h                               That is this...
			

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