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When rclone downloads a Google doc it chooses a format to downloaddepending upon the --drive-export-formats setting.By default the export formats are docx,xlsx,pptx,svg which are asensible default for an editable document.




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When uploading to your drive all files will be overwritten unless theyhaven't been modified since their creation. And the inverse will occurwhile downloading. This side effect can be avoided by using the"--checksum" flag.


If downloading a file returns the error "This file has been identifiedas malware or spam and cannot be downloaded" with the error code"cannotDownloadAbusiveFile" then supply this flag to rclone toindicate you acknowledge the risks of downloading the file and rclonewill download it anyway.


At the time of writing it is only possible to download 10 TiB of data fromGoogle Drive a day (this is an undocumented limit). When this limit isreached Google Drive produces a slightly different error message. Whenthis flag is set it causes these errors to be fatal. These will stopthe in-progress sync.


Server side copies are also subject to a separate rate limit. If yousee User rate limit exceeded errors, wait at least 24 hours and retry.You can disable server-side copies with --disable copy to downloadand upload the files if you prefer.


However an unfortunate consequence of this is that you may not be ableto download Google docs using rclone mount. If it doesn't work youwill get a 0 sized file. If you try again the doc may gain itscorrect size and be downloadable. Whether it will work on not dependson the application accessing the mount and the OS you are running -experiment to find out if it does work for you!


Optional path to JSON key file associated with a Google service account to authenticate and authorize. If no value is provided it tries to use the application default credentials.Service Account keys can be created and downloaded from


For security reasons, all directories should be outside the tree published bywebserver. If you cannot avoid having this directory published by webserver,limit access to it either by web server configuration (for example using.htaccess or web.config files) or place at least an empty index.htmlfile there, so that directory listing is not possible. However as long as thedirectory is accessible by web server, an attacker can guess filenames to downloadthe files.


JFrog CLI lets you upload and download artifacts concurrently by a configurable number of threads which helps your automated builds run faster. For big artifacts, you can even define a number of chunks into which files should be split for parallel download.


JFrog CLI optimizes both upload and download operations by skipping artifacts that already exist in their target location. Before uploading an artifact, JFrog CLI queries Artifactory with the artifact's checksum. If it already exists in Artifactory's storage, the CLI skips sending the file, and, if necessary, Artifactory only updates its database to reflect the artifact upload. Similarly when downloading an artifact from Artifactory. If the artifact already exists in the same download path, it will be skipped. Thanks to checksum optimization, long upload and download operations can be stopped in the middle and then be continued later where they left off.


JFrog CLI can also be used to upload artifacts to and download them from Bintray. While the basic command syntax is the same, there may be variation in the commands, options and parameters available for each platform. For details on how to use JFrog CLI with Bintray, please refer to the Bintray documentation.


[Optional] List of "key=value" pairs separated by a semi-colon. (For example, "key1=value1;key2=value2;key3=value3). Only artifacts with all of the specified properties and values will be downloaded.


The minimum size permitted for splitting. Files larger than the specified number will be split into equally sized --split-count segments. Any files smaller than the specified number will be downloaded in a single thread. If set to -1, files are not split.


Specifies the source path in Artifactory, from which the artifacts should be downloaded, in the following format: [repository name]/[repository path]. You can use wildcards to specify multiple artifacts.


REQUIRED if you want to send file download events to Google Analytics (where they will be tracked as Google "events"). This defines the schedule for how frequently events tracked on the backend (like file downloads) will be sent to Google Analytics. Syntax is defined at -scheduler.org/api/2.3.0/org/quartz/CronTrigger.html


(Only used for Google Analytics 4) Defines a Measurement Protocol API Secret to be used to track interactions which occur outside of the user's browser. This is REQUIRED to track downloads of bitstreams. For more details see


Your extension can detect whether it was installed using web-ext run, rather than as a built and signed extension downloaded from addons.mozilla.org. Listen for the runtime.onInstalled event and check the value of details.temporary.


where collectionid is the number found the same way as above but in the collection page's url. This command will then download all maps in the collection and create a mapgroup out of them, then host it.


When changing levels to a workshop map, your server will first check if a newer version is available and download it if needed. Clients will be notified with chat messages of the download and its progress. You can control these messages and their frequency with these convars:


Restart your server, and it will go through a process of downloading all the maps from your collection onto the server. You should be able to see it in the console output to make sure it's working correctly.


If this string-valued key exists, then the bundle list is designed towork well with incremental git fetch commands. The heuristic signalsthat there are additional keys available for each bundle that helpdetermine which subset of bundles the client should download. Theonly value currently understood is creationToken.


Set to true to write a commit-graph after every git fetch commandthat downloads a pack-file from a remote. Using the --split option,most executions will create a very small commit-graph file on top ofthe existing commit-graph file(s). Occasionally, these files willmerge and the write may take longer. Having an updated commit-graphfile helps performance of many Git commands, including git merge-base,git push -f, and git log --graph. Defaults to false.


This value stores a URI for downloading Git object data from a bundleURI before performing an incremental fetch from the origin Git server.This is similar to how the --bundle-uri option behaves ingit-clone[1]. git clone --bundle-uri will set thefetch.bundleURI value if the supplied bundle URI contains a bundlelist that is organized for incremental fetches.


When using fetch.bundleURI to fetch incrementally from a bundlelist that uses the "creationToken" heuristic, this config valuestores the maximum creationToken value of the downloaded bundles.This value is used to prevent downloading bundles in the futureif the advertised creationToken is not strictly larger than thisvalue.


Defaults to true. If set to true only HTTPS URLs are allowed to bedownloaded via Composer. If you really absolutely need HTTP access to somethingthen you can disable it, but using Let's Encrypt toget a free SSL certificate is generally a better alternative.


Defaults to 15552000 (6 months). Composer caches all dist (zip, tar, ...)packages that it downloads. Those are purged after six months of being unused bydefault. This option allows you to tweak this duration (in seconds) or disableit completely by setting it to 0.


Defaults to 300MiB. Composer caches all dist (zip, tar, ...) packages that itdownloads. When the garbage collection is periodically ran, this is the maximumsize the cache will be able to use. Older (less used) files will be removedfirst until the cache fits.


A list of verified source repositories that Truffle may attempt to download source code from, in the order it should attempt to use them. Currently the supported repositories are "etherscan" (for Etherscan) and "sourcify" (for Sourcify). The default is ["etherscan", "sourcify"], i.e., to check Etherscan first, then Sourcify. 041b061a72


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