I have successfully tested the Java-based solution on an UbuntuLinux machine--you know, if it works here, it works on Windows and Mac, too!!--and it replicated the folder structure without problem and uploaded all my files. What a NEAT, must-have utility!!
This command line utility works (works on Windows/Mac,too) using Java. Here's the command you type in:
java -jar google-docs-upload.jar c:\
Every folder in c:\myfolder will be uploaded, but not myfolder itself.
Here's the link to download the item:
Read the LifeHacker article on this topic:
Here's what a screenshot of the action looks like:
I tried uploading a PNG file, but the format was not supported...otherwise, everything else was recreated without problem. I haven't tried uploading PPT files, so that is yet to be tried.
The latest version includes the ability to replicate a folder structure of sub-folders placed in your chosen upload folder, which might relieve the minds of those with a hyper-organized set of docs.
Google Docs Batch Upload is a free download and works wherever Java does. Looking for a two-way Google Docs sync solution? Try the similarly command-line-powered GDataCopier.
Anyone else use this?
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