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#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
import os
import time
import json
import urllib
import urllib2
from dateutil.parser import parse
USERNAME = "mail@gmail.com"
PASSWORD = "superpass"
def request(url):
# Digest Authentication
authhandler = urllib2.HTTPDigestAuthHandler()
authhandler.add_password('Application', url, USERNAME, PASSWORD)
opener = urllib2.build_opener(authhandler)
opener.addheaders = [('Accept', 'application/json')]
urllib2.install_opener(opener)
response = urllib2.urlopen(url)
if response.getcode() == 200:
body = json.loads(response.read())
if len(body):
return body
return False
def download(url, created_at):
if not url:
return False
try:
print 'Source: %s' % url
filename = url.split('/')[-1]
filename = urllib.unquote(filename.encode('utf-8')).decode('utf-8')
# if a file exists add created_at
if os.path.isfile(filename):
filename = '%s-%s' % (created_at, filename)
print 'Downloading... %s' % filename
urllib.urlretrieve(url, filename)
os.utime(filename, (created_at, created_at))
except IOError:
download(url)
except LookupError:
pass
if __name__ == "__main__":
page = 0
result = True
while result:
page = page + 1
result = request('http://my.cl.ly/items?per_page=100&page=' + str(page))
if not result:
break
for n in result:
source_url = n.get(u'source_url')
created_at = int(time.mktime(parse(n.get(u'updated_at')).timetuple()))
# print json.dumps(n, sort_keys=True, indent=4)
download(source_url, created_at)
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badruk commented Dec 2, 2017

Works flawlessly :)

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Wolfr commented Dec 26, 2018

Which environment is this script supposing? Python 2 or python 3? How do I download these packages, should I use PiP?

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henriquebs12 commented Sep 26, 2019

Thank you so much! It worked like a charm. You'll need Python 2 and the dateutil module if you are in Windows.

For those new to Python, after you install Python 2, just open your Python27/Scripts folder, open cmd from there (shift + right button) and install the module by typing pip install python-dateutil in the Windows terminal.

Then you can run the script by clicking with right button over clouddown.py, then "Edit with IDLE", and then Run > Run Module. Don't forget to update your USERNAME and PASSWORD in the script before running it. Also note that all the files will be downloaded in the same folder of the script, so make sure to create a folder and add the script inside before running it.

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