FTP Upload with Editorial

August 21, 2013 by Gabe | [mmd] |

Here's a workflow that uploads the currently open document in Editorial as a markdown file to an FTP host. I use a variation of this workflow to post here on Macdrifter. In fact, this post was written and uploaded from Editorial.

Here's the detail of the Python script:

import workflow
import editor
import ftplib
import console
import StringIO
import keychain
import pickle
import cgi

# Uncomment this line to reset stored password
#keychain.delete_password('macdrifter', 'editorial')
login = keychain.get_password('macdrifter', 'editorial')
if login is not None:
    user, pw = pickle.loads(login)
    user, pw = console.login_alert('FTPS Login Needed', 'No login credentials found.')
    pickle_token = pickle.dumps((user, pw))
    keychain.set_password('macdrifter', 'editorial', pickle_token)


remotePath = "/home/my/full/path/"
host = "hostname.com"
port = 22

docTitle = workflow.get_variable('postTitleVar')
fileName = docTitle+'.md'
confirmation = console.alert('Confirm', 'Go ahead and post?','Yes','No')

postContent = editor.get_text()

# Text encoidng sucks!
encode_string = cgi.escape(postContent).encode('ascii', 'xmlcharrefreplace')
#postContent.encode('ascii', 'replace')

buffer = StringIO.StringIO(encode_string)

    ftp = ftplib.FTP(host, user, pw)    
    ftp.storbinary('STOR '+ fileName, buffer)
except Exception, e:
    print e
    console.alert('Error', e)

action_in = workflow.get_input()
console.hud_alert('Posted '+fileName, 'success')

# Extension point to do something after the file is uploaded
action_out = action_in