Updated: googlecl-0.9.14-1

Chris Sutcliffe ir0nh34d@gmail.com
Tue Jan 1 04:19:00 GMT 2013

Version 0.9.14-1 of googlecl has been uploaded.

GoogleCL brings Google services to the command line.  For examples see:


version 0.9.14
 * Fixed bug in command line parsing, added message if Discovery can't be used.
 * Remove bogus attempt to delete credentials that broke discovery with
 * Fixes gdata bug introduced in 2.0.15 by using the constant string referred
 to in all gdata versions after 2.0.4 in place of the changing variable names.
 * Fixes problem with uploading docs. Added resumable uploader support. Docs
 can now be uploaded with gdata versions 2.0.10, 2.0.12, 2.0.13 and 2.0.14.
 Some files (.txt, for example) can still be uploaded with versions 2.0.0,
 2.0.1, 2.0.2, 2.0.3, 2.0.4, but not all file types. Better error messages for
 users trying to upload to Google Docs with unsupported gdata versions.
 * Fixes docs uploads for 2.0.15 and 2.0.16. This has been tested and works for
 gdata 2.0.0 through 2.0.4 as well as 2.0.12 through 2.0.16.
 * Thanks to jim.lawton for pointing out the rename of DocList to ResourceFeed.
 `google docs list` now works for me on python gdata 2.0.12-2.0.17.
 * Thanks Mitya57 for pointing out this bug in downloading non-translated
 filetypes with python gdata 2.0.15 and later.
 * Fixed bug in command line parsing, added message if Discovery can't be used.
 * Fixed interactive bug
 * Fixed bug with getting more than 500 blog posts.
 * Fixed a problem with --date parameter for creating a new calendar entry
 * Fixed bug with multiple empty lines when getting blogger document.

 * Added Discovery support.
 * Made the authorization message a little tidier and more clear.
 * Adding the gdata downloader and installer scripts.
 * Docs list, edit, upload, get all work for me now with python gdata 2.0.12
 through 2.0.17.
 * Added info on ImportError caused by missing gdata library.
 * Added Discovery support
 * Documentation update.


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