cheat sheet for aws cmd s3 cp

    Assuming you have the AWS CLI installed, and if you are using Amazon Linux, it is installed by default, this is how you can copy a directory to S3 with public read permissions set.

    aws s3 cp build s3:// --recursive --grants read=uri=

    This is useful for my Obelisk blog which creates static html files from markdown. The docs for aws cp can be found here

    %{description: "recursive copy of directory to s3 bucket with everyone public permission", title: "cheat sheet for aws cmd s3 cp"}

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