Take a screenshot (in OS X) — paste the URL somewhere a second later
Stale — Scrup is no longer being developed. It's left here for the sake of the codez. For a great and secure (encrypted) screenshot service that's as free as Scrup, I'd recommend the screenshot feature of Dropbox.
Take a screenshot in OS X and have a URL to the picture in your pasteboard a second later.
A free and open source version of the different commercial variants (GrabUp, Tiny Grab, etc).
For Mac OS X 10.6-10.8.
Move Scrup to your Applications folder and double-click the bastard.
Scrup appears in the top right corner of your screen and looks like a twirly hand with and arrow. Click it and select "Preferences..."
Please note that the recv.php requires php5 to work, since it's using the PHP5-only streamcopyto_stream() function to grab the image data stream.
Take a screenshot and you should see the Scrup icon turning into a check mark, indicating success. (If you see a red badge something failed. Open Console.app and look what Scrup says.)
django-scrup is a Django-based web receiver which stores screen captures on Amazon S3.
scrup-node-receiver is a simple Scrup receiver for Node.js which keeps a backlog of images in memory rather than writing them to disk.
There are a few forks (alternate versions) of Scrup (e.g. adding Growl support, playing sounds, etc) which might be interesting. Check out the fork network for a list of these variants.
Lives in the menu bar (up there to your right, where the clock is).
When a screenshot is taken, Scrup simply performs a
HTTP POST, sending the image.
After the screenshot has been sent, the server replies with the URL to the newly uploaded file.
The URL is placed in the pasteboard, ready for you to ⌘V somewhere.
You'll need libpngcrush to build Scrup. libpngcrush is an external submodule of Scrup which you'll need to update after you've checked out the scrup source:
cd scrup-source git submodule update --init pngcrush SCEvents
You only need to do this once. Now, build the "Scrup" target in Xcode.
Open source licensed under MIT (see LICENSE file for details).