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Is there a command line tool for the smush.it webservice?

I know there is a jar that you can download. But i'm looking for something i can just install with the ubuntu package manager, aptitude.

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Trimage is a tool similar to Smush.it:

Trimage image compressor losslessly optimizes your PNG and JPG files with very little fuss.

Available with both GUI and command-line interfaces, the application optimizes images via optipng, advpng and jpegoptim, depending on the filetype. The interface was inspired by OS X application ‘imageoptim’.

Source: OMGUbuntu.co.uk: Trimage Image Compressor – Simple & straightforward lossless compression

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