GoldenPod is a command line podcast client. It allows you to easily manage and download podcasts from the command line. It can download podcasts from standard RSS(-like) feeds, or it can attempt to parse any other cleartext document (XML or HTML) for a list of audio files and download those. For users already using BashPodder, it can function as a more feature-rich drop-in replacement for it.
|Tags||Archiving multimedia Sound/Audio Podcasting Command Line|
|Operating Systems||Unix POSIX Linux BSD|
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem that could cause some files from feeds that used XML entities to fail to download.
Release Notes: The --quick option was added, which allows you to fetch the first podcast in a feed without having to add it to goldenpod. The --rmold option was fixed. Environment variables defining proxies are now honored when using LWP.
Release Notes: --ping now does feed autodiscovery if the recommended parser is the fuzzy parser. A bug causing some files not to be recognized properly when the podcast filter was enabled has been fixed. Some minor changes have been made to the user agent string.
Release Notes: This release adds --ping, which tells the user which parser GoldenPod recommends for a feed. It fixes some minor issues with curl support. It fixes some other minor bugs.
Release Notes: Command-line parameters were added to add, remove, and list podcast feeds (--add, --remove, --list), instead of having to edit the podcast list manually. The default output was made more informative. A bug causing some feeds to fail to parse for certain users was fixed.