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COPYING.txt 100644 35.15kB
README.txt 100644 2.28kB
TODO.txt 100644 1.43kB
gendl 100755 2.19kB
yt-desc 100755 808B
yt-search 100755 5.58kB
=============================================================================== SHELLTUBE Shell scripts for easy YT-browsing =============================================================================== shelltube will be a collection of (pretty POSIX) shell scripts to browse YouTube quickly, and entirely without captive UIs. Right now, there's only one script, yt-search shelltube is written in pure shell; its only dependencies are any modern shell (pdksh, bash, zsh), lynx, and curl/wget/ftp. Your terminal should accept ANSI color-codes, too~ Before, shelltube was a set of scripts that culimated in a wrapper script for browsing Youtube (like mpsyt). You could even download videos from YT in pure shell! But, now, all videos require JS execution to download (as far as I can tell), so it stopped working. Now I'm refocusing a bit, ditching the wrapper script (begone, captive UIs, ye spectre of ole!), and starting from scratch. :) ---------------------------------------- USAGE ---------------------------------------- YT-SEARCH -------------------- yt-search lists videos matching a certain search query. USAGE: yt-search [-csmb] query Each option [-csmb] represents a different format-method. -b big TITLE \n DURATION | VIEWS | URL -m medium TITLE | DURATION | URL -s small TITLE | URL -c compact TITLE | ID Big takes up two lines, while the rest only use one. If you're piping output, you might wanna usa -m, -s, or -c. YT-DESC -------------------- yt-desc prints the description of a YT video. USAGE: yt-desc url/id The only argument it takes is the URL/ID of the video. This script requires `lynx`. GENDL -------------------- There is another script that comes with shelltube (which it uses extensively: gendl. gendl can download files on a system that has at least one of these: * ftp * wget * curl ... to stdout or to a file. yt-search and yt-desc use gendl-- so make sure they're both in the same directory (or, at least, that gendl is in your $PATH) ---------------------------------------- BORING STUFF ---------------------------------------- License is in COPYING.txt (GNU GPLv3~! <3) Author is Jenga Phoenix <> Sauce is at