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Dirsave Graphical IQ Network Utility

   1.3  

KDE Networking Tool

Score 74%
Dirsave Graphical IQ Network Utility
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Dirsave Graphical IQ Network Utility
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Dirsave Graphical IQ Network Utility
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  936
Submitted:  Feb 22 2007
Updated:  Sep 1 2007

Description:

Dirsave
Now you can generate url list with 2 click (paste & generate) and computer select 1,2 , 01,02, 001,002 type of numeration files download from internet (with wget).
Porting to windows and Qt 4.x:-)
Language: En,Rus,Spanish
New key --after - add text after url.

Console version (example)
dirsave --iq 1 16 http://nameserver/folder/pic1.jpg fname
1-first number,16-last number
fname = executable file for wget
Result-file fname with: wget -c http://...pic1.jpg, wget -c http://...pic2.jpg to wget -c http://...pic16.jpg

With 3 click's you can generate listing's for download: Paste, Create, Save. After save you should run bash script and this
script start download Wget programm.

Dirsave program automatically generate links (and choise 1,2,3 or 01,02,03 or 001,002,003 numeration)!
It's easy and quick!

It's no hard type:
http://nameserver/folder/pic1.jpg
http://nameserver/folder/pic2.jpg

or
http://nameserver/folder/docum01.xml
http://nameserver/folder/docum02.xml
It's yesterday day-typed with hands.

Try it! No hard type url's :)
Only click!




Changelog:

01 sen 2007 1.3 2 version: QT 3.x & QT 4.x.
New key --after - adding text after url
Porting to windows
18 may 2007 1.2 Rewriteln on QT 3.x
Translation to spanish by Diego Fernández
22 apr 2007 1.1.1b Adding spanish language by Diego Fernández Fernández (a.k.a.
Loki)

22 apr 2007 Supported url without 0 (zero) (example: http://www.url.com/folder/name1.jpg)

08 apr 2007
C source aviable. Console version

08 mar 2007
New simply design
After generate you can modify links in the box and after then save results.
You can use this programm (GUI for wget) to generate url download lists (shell executable script) for wget without iq generate

23 feb 2007 Release 1.0




LicenseGPL
Source(Dirsave graphical utility for internet(source+bin))
MS Windows(Dirsave Windows Install)
Source(Dirsave (Link to home page))
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 Oleg

 
 by olegal on: Feb 23 2007
 
Score 50%

It's very nice idea.
Some times I type many than 100 numbers:
01,02,03 to 120. I work in KWrite editor and type and type.
But with this, I generate link url files with 5 second!
PC selected automaticaly. But I check, if I paste adres with 1.extension, computer automatically numerate 1.extension, 2.extension, and etc.

Very good utility!

Thank's authors!


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 Re: Oleg

 
 by Redeeman on: Mar 9 2007
 
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well, you could have saved yourself that trouble before easily:

for i in `seq 1 120`; do wget http://some.site.com/something${i}.png ; done


hehe :)


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 Re:  Redeeman

 
 by renatgaraev on: Mar 9 2007
 
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Thank,you.
But with this script you will get a:
http://some.site.com/something1.png
http://some.site.com/something2.png
http://some.site.com/something3.png
...
But a program dirsave analize url and choise numeration:
1,2,3
or
01,02,03
or
001,002,003

Earlier I write programm with selected of numeration, but after then I concept, that this is not comfortable, and I want a quick save (without choise type numeration) sentences url's (for download pics, and other's files).
Thereby appeared idea of this program.
Hope my program is liked for people's.


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 Re: Re: Redeeman

 
 by wurmlarve on: Sep 2 2007
 
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not best, but i'm not coder %-)


#!/usr/bin/perl

use strict;

if ($#ARGV<2) { die "sample: ./getdir.pl 1 32 http://www.domain.com/folder/name001.jpg\n";}

$ARGV[2] =~ /(http.+\/)(.+\..{3})/;
my $url=$1;
my $filename=$2;
my $len=($filename=~ tr/0-9//);

for (my $i=$ARGV[0]; $i<=$ARGV[1]; $i++) {
$i=sprintf("%0".$len."d",$i);
$filename =~ s/\d+/$i/;
`wget -c $url$filename\n`;
}


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 Rewriteln code

 
 by renatgaraev on: Apr 8 2007
 
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Now I rewriteln on C code (with compilation on gcc) include ./configure
You idea realised:) but in the C file


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 Develop further..?

 
 by outolumo on: Feb 23 2007
 
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I like the idea. But how about taking it a step further and integrating to Konqueror context menu. "Add to download que" and it would then download them in the background to a default directory, with the same enumeration as you have here?-)


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 author

 
 by renatgaraev on: Feb 24 2007
 
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Thank's for idea and support:)
Probably, I is beginner programmer in Linux, and this is my first project in open source community.
Program work with wget, becouse you started in console, then you want (but in started you collect's links and save scripts).
May be you translate for you native language?


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 why?

 
 by olegfink on: Sep 3 2007
 
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Can't think of any user who will need such a thing.
Why should I fire up one more application and *then* paste its output to the console, when I can simply type
seq -f'wget http://site.com/dir/image%02g.png' 1 10 | while read s; do eval $s; done
In the console provided by konqueror, i.e. without even leaving the page.


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