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UraniaCast

UraniaCast is a non-interactive podcast downloader. It works from the command line and supports filtering by categories and media types.

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  •  26 Aug 2013 02:10

    Release Notes: This release fixes a bug with auto-deleting old media files, adds the new post-treatment script uraniacast_t_convert.sh, and changes the default xml/media downloader to curl.

    •  17 Apr 2011 22:43

      Release Notes: This release adds a uraniacast_opml utility for OPML import/export. It adds a man page for uraniacast_history. It fixes a bug with broken enclosures that contain URIs with spaces.

      •  11 Oct 2010 10:45

        Release Notes: A bug with the "-vv" command line options was fixed. A new "treatment" example was added: uraniacast_t_rename.sh. The "fetch" sub-option for feeds was added.

        •  12 Aug 2009 22:43

          Release Notes: Bugs with deleting old media, parsing RSS 2.0 feeds, and the recognition of MP3 files in treatment samples were fixed. A "-a" command line option was added, which adds new media files to history without actually downloading them. A new "-C" command line option was added for check-only analysis of a feed without actual downloading any files.

          •  12 Jul 2009 11:29

            Release Notes: The very nice ability to automatically do any additional tricks with downloaded files was added. A bug with displaying the wrong total number of channels if a user filter was supplied was fixed. The "-D" command line option was added for intelligent deletion of old media files. In the mode of listing subscribed podcasts (the "-l" command line option), providing the "-v" option adds the ability to see not only the name from the configuration file, but also the URL. The "-o" command line option was added for listing orphan directories in the media directory.

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