Commands tagged boxee (2)

  • Gets all videos in your boxee queue with a URL associated with them and attempts to download each using get_flash_videos


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    for i in $(curl -u <username> http://app.boxee.tv/api/get_queue | xml2 | grep /boxeefeed/message/object/url | cut -d "=" -f 2,3); do get_flash_videos $i; done
    Strawp · 2011-01-03 13:43:03 0
  • Might be able to do it in less steps with xmlstarlet, although whether that would end up being shorter overall I don't know - xmlstarlet syntax confuses the heck out of me. Prompts for your password, or if you're a bit mental you can add your password into the command itself in the format "-u user:password". Show Sample Output


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    curl -u <username> http://app.boxee.tv/api/get_queue | xml2 | grep /boxeefeed/message/description | awk -F= '{print $2}'
    Strawp · 2010-01-20 16:17:19 4

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