podfetch 0.4.0

podfetch 0.4.0

Changes in podfetch 0.4.0:

The ls was now outputs episodes in reverse chronological order. The most recently published episodes are listed first. Episodes are sorted by date, even if episodes from multiple subscriptions are shown.

When no subscription name is specified, ls will now list episodes from all subscriptions. In previous versions, ls would output the list of subscriptions in this case. This is now done with show.

Additional parameters were added:

--newest / -n

To control the number of episodes shown

--all / -a

To not limit the number of episodes shown


List the 10 (default) most recent episodes:

$ podfetch ls

List up to 20 episodes:

$ podfetch ls -n 20

List the 10 (default) most recent episodes from subscriptions "foo" and "bar":

$ podfetch ls foo bar

Show all episodes from subscription "foo":

$ podfetch ls -a foo

A new subcommand show displays subscription details.

To view details for a specific subscription (multiple names can be specified):

$ podfetch show foo

If the subscription name is not specified, shows details for all:

$ podfetch show

New command del to remove subscriptions and optionally downloaded episodes.

To remove subscriptions "foo" and "bar":

$ podfetch del foo bar

To remove subscription "foo" including downloaded episodes:

$ podfetch del foo --episodes

See the podfetch main page.

podfetch 0.3.2

podfetch 0.3.2

Changes in podfetch 0.3.2:

Index files are now kept under ~/.local/share/podfetch/ instead of ~/.cache/podfetch/.

Subscriptions may define an individual content_dir where episodes are stored.

url = http://example.com/podcast
title = Some Name
content_dir = /path/to/episodes
$ podfetch add http://example.com/podcast -d /path/to/episodes

The add command supports a (filename-) template parameter. It has the same effect as the filename_template setting in the configuration files.

$ podfetch add http://example.com/podcast --template '{title}-{id}.{ext}'
The purge command is improved:
  • select episodes by date published (was: filename)

  • simulation mode

  • correctly handle episodes with multiple files

See the podfetch main page.

TVDB Client 0.2.4

TVDB Client 0.2.4

Changes in tvdbclient version 0.2.4: The command line supports a new sub command art for fetching cover art.

$ tvdb art homeland

Fetches the default cover art for the series named "homeland" and stores the image under a default name in the current directory.

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Spellcheck with aspell

Spellcheck with aspell







aspell 1 is an open-source spell checker which can be used from the command line. Aspell can be used when working with text-based files such as ReStructured Text or markdown (or plain text, of course).

aspell has filters to spellcheck E-Mails or HTML documents.

There are also Python bindings for aspell 2.

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