any-dl 0.9.8

A simple video downloader tool for Linux
any-dl - Usage example of any-dl from the command-line
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any-dl is an open source command-line utility the allows users to effortlessly download any video stream, specially designed for Mediathek video files.

The application is implemented in OCaml and it is based and inspired from popular tools like youtube-dl, arte-dl, zdf-dl or dctp-dl. It uses a domain specific language in order to download video files from each video site.

any-dl features the following command-line options:

  -p     select a mandatory parser by name (give name here)
  -l     list parsers
  -f     rc-file-name
  -c     show commands of parserdef-language
  -v     verbose    
  -s     safe: no download via system invoked
  -i     interactive: interactive features enabled
  -help  Display this list of options
  --help  Display this list of options

last updated on:
February 15th, 2014, 20:37 GMT
license type:
GPL v3 
developed by:
Oliver Bandel
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What's New in This Release:
  • Expanded language features (more commands, and broader functionality of known commands).
  • More and corrected video site parsers. Better handling of config files, making it easier to separate any-dl's parsers and your own parsers, and using XDG_CONFIG_HOME (additionally, not dogmatically).
  • A new command line option: initial referrer. Partially cleaned up code and documentation.
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