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Script in Ruby for validating rapidshare links

This is script which I wrote for testing if file exist on rapidshare hosting service, it use Rapidshare API

require 'net/http'
require 'uri'
require 'optparse'

class FalseException < Exception
end


def check(file, quiet=nil)
  file.each_line {|url|
    begin
      url = url.stript
      #skip blank lines, comments and invalid urls
      if url =~ /^\s*$/ or url =~ /^\s*#/ or
         not url =~ /^http:\/\// or 
         not url =~ /files\/([0-9]*)\/(.*)/
        next
      else
        fileid = $1
        filename = $2
        query = "?sub=download_v1&fileid=#{fileid}&filename=#{filename}"
        apiurl = URI.parse('http://api.rapidshare.com/cgi-bin/rsapi.cgi')
        page = Net::HTTP.new(apiurl.host).get(apiurl.path + query).body
        if page =~ /File deleted/ or 
           page =~ /This file is marked as illegal/ or
           page =~ /Filename invalid./ or
           page =~ /File not found/
          if quiet
            raise FalseException
          end
          if RUBY_PLATFORM =~ /(:?mswin|mingw)/i
            puts "#{url} [FAIL]"
          else
            #display red FAIL on n*ix system
            system("echo \"#{url} [\x1b[31m\x1b[1m\"FAIL\"\x1b[0m]\"")
          end
        else
          if quiet == nil
            if RUBY_PLATFORM =~ /(:?mswin|mingw)/i
              puts "#{url} [OK]"
            else
              #display green OK on *nix system
              system("echo \"#{url} [\x1b[32m\x1b[1m\"OK\"\x1b[0m]\"")
            end
          end
        end
      end
    rescue Timeout::Error, Errno::ETIMEDOUT
      puts "Timeout Error, try again"
      redo
    end
  }
end

def usage()
  puts "rapidtest.rb [-f (filename | - )] [-h]"
end

opts = ARGV.getopts('f:hq')

if opts['h']
  usage
  exit(0)
end

filename = opts['f']
if filename
  begin
    if filename == '-'
      check(ARGF)
    else
      File.open(filename) {|file|
        check(file, opts['q'])
      }
    end
  rescue Interrupt, Errno::EINTR
    exit(1)
  rescue FalseException
    exit(1)
  end
end
exit(0)

It will display url and [FAIL] or [OK] (on unix like system it display in color), or return true or false when used with -q option.

You can use it with -f option which must be filename with urls or – to read from stdin

If you using linux you can use xclip program to get data from clipboard.

If you have some urls in clipboard you can use:

xclip -o -sel clip | rapidtest.rb -f -

You can download it from here.

you can test if all files are valid with:

xclip -o -sel clip | rapidtest -f- && echo 'all fine' || echo 'some are invalid'

You can put this script in panel and display GUI message dialogs with zenity

function ok() {
  zenity --info --title "rapidtest" --text "all links are valid"
}
function error() {
  zenity --error --title "rapidtest" --text "some links are invalid"
}
xclip -o -sel clip | rapidtest.rb -q -f- && ok || eror

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File Hosting Downloader Project

I’ve create my first github project Downloader. It’s a Ruby script for download files from file hosting services. You can download files from 4shared, rapidshare, przeklej, filesonic and wrzuta. You can download it from github or from here.

You can use it:


download.rb <url>
or
download.rb -f <file with urls>

If you download files from rapidshare and you have Orange livebox, you can provide livebox possword for reconnection (change dynamic ADSL IP)


download.rb -l <livebox password> -f <filename>

If you download files from przeklej you can provide you user name and password if you want to download file larger than 50MB


download.rb -u <user> -p <password> -f <filename>

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Dowload files from rapidshare

Here are function writen in Python for downloading files from Rapidshare. Unfortunetly you must wait couple of seconds, you can’t skip this because it seems that counting is on server side too.

from urllib2 import urlopen, Request
from urllib import urlencode
import os
import re
import time
import base64

class DownloadLimitException(Exception):
    def __init__(self, *arg):
        Exception.__init__(self, *arg)

def download(url):
    page = urlopen(url).read()
    action_url_regex = '<form id="[^"]*" action="([^"]*)"'
    s_url = re.search(action_url_regex, page)
    if s_url:
        url = s_url.group(1)
        data = urlencode({'dl.start': 'Free'})
        request = Request(url, data)
        page = urlopen(request).read()
        action_url_regex = '<form name="[^"]*" action="([^"]*)"'
        c_regex = 'var c=([0-9]*);'
        limit_regex = 'You have reached the download limit for free-users'
        if re.match(limit_regex, page):
            raise DownloadLimitException(limit_regex)
        s_url = re.search(action_url_regex, page)
        s_c = re.search(c_regex, page)
        if s_url and s_c:
            url = s_url.group(1)
            c = int(s_c.group(1))
            print "wait %i seconds" % c
            time.sleep(c)
            os.system('wget "%s"' % url)

You could use this function like this. Notice that you must have wget installed on your system.

def main():
    from sys import argv
    if len(argv) == 2:
        try:
            download(argv[1])
        except DownloadLimitException,
            print "limit reached"

if __name__ == '__main__':
    main()

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