How can I get a one-page list of all my repls?
There have been multiple requests for a feature to allow users to download all repls or batches of repls with one command. And several folks have documented reasonable workarounds for not-having such a command.
https://repl.it/talk/ask/How-could-I-select-multiple-repls-to-be-downloaded-at-one-time-without-doing-it-manually/14949 is probably the most complete such answer.
Last June (6/2020), I was able to automate this pretty simply with a bash script. I was able to scrape all my project names, regardless of folder location, off of a single web page and then munge the project name list into a bash script with lines like:
My problem today is that the Home/MyRepls pages have changed enough that I can't find any way to get a list of all repls no matter what folder they are in. I have 3 courses, each with at least 15 folders (for my 15-week semester), so having to scrape repl names one folder at a time would be seriously unhandy.
Where did the list-of-all-repls page go?
@firefish Sorry, chain ends here :/
The best you'll get is setting up an automated script to do this, but, you already have, and now it broke, so yeah... not much we can do.
Although... you could automate the scraping to get your Repls.
I asked for this feature here: https://repl.it/feedback/p/bulk-operations although, it was more generic. It'll probably never happen, especially since Repl seems to have really died down when it comes to looking at feedback and related stuff.
@xxpertHacker Thanks for the reply. Links to the feedback page are throwing 404s today but I can imagine your request.
We know the repl folk are actively developing; there's a lot of action on the teams/teaching front. But too bad if that means they are not monitoring user feedback. If I develop an automated way to walk my project tree, I will post the technique here.