Meta inquiry middleware for distributed systems
jomiel is the meta inquiry middleware for distributed systems. It
returns meta data for content on video-sharing websites (e.g.
YouTube) and runs as a service responding to client inquiries.
Two core technologies serve as a basis for
The client applications can be written in modern languages for most platforms.
jomiel is a spiritual successor to (now defunct) libquvi.
A plugin architecture for extending video-sharing website support
Runs fully as a service
jomielrequires Python 3.6+
To install from PyPI:
pip install jomiel # For the latest release
To run from the repository:
git clone https://github.com/guendto/jomiel.git cd jomiel pip install -e .
Once you have
jomiel running, you
can try sending inquiries with:
- examples - the demo programs written in most modern languages
- yomiel - the pretty printer for
To view the list of the supported video-sharing websites, type:
The website coverage is still very limited.
- Additional support can be added by writing new plugins
- The plugin architechture is implemented in Python
- Python is a fun and easy language to learn
src/jomiel/plugin/ directory for the existing plugins.
When you are contributing new plugins
Make sure the website is not dedicated to copyright infringement (be that they host the media or the link to it)
Make sure the website is not NSFW
jomiel is licensed under the Apache License version 2.0.
jomiel uses pre-commit and its many hooks to lint and format the
project files. See the .pre-commit-config.yaml file for details.
Subprojects (as git subtrees)
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