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Akanthophis

   1.1  

KDE Networking Tool

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Akanthophis
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Minimum required   PyKDE/PyQt
Downloads:  28
Submitted:  Sep 4 2011
Updated:  Sep 8 2011

Description:

This is a batch downloader. It downloads sequences of files from the Internet.

It can currently handle numeric and date sequences. For numeric you set the start number, end number, and optionally leading and/or redundant zeros. For dates you set the start date, finish date, and write a "format string" to show what you want it to look like in the URL. You can also filter by day-of-the-week. File extensions are also treated special, you can supply a list for it to try through.

Akanthophis can download concurrently (the order it does it in is a bit haphazard though). You could also set a delay, so as to be nice to servers.

Plans for later are to have a sequence string with arbitrary number of sequences, and additional types of sequences. (alphabetic, list of strings)

Depends on pykde/pycurl.

Feedback welcome and _encouraged_.




Changelog:

-1.1
--- filter date by day-of-week
--- rename existing files option
--- various fixes
-1.0
--- necromanced, completed, and rewritten.




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 by Mte90 on: Sep 4 2011
 
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more info and screenshot?


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 by dwidmann on: Sep 5 2011
 
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I'll see what I can do about that. though I'm in the middle of focusing on a lot of rather large changes in it right now (improvements, of course), so whatever I write will likely be obsolete rather soon anyway.

Plan is for a user-writable sequence string allowing an arbitrary number of sequences. Instead of just date and numeric I'll be adding alphabetic, and string (optionally from file) as well. Date will be improved such that it can filter by day of week.


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