A manga API with a pluggable site architecture.
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mangopi aims to be an easy-to-use, easy-to-extend manga api. Adding a new site should be as simple as filling in a few regexes - everything else is taken care of.
Run pip install mangopi, or clone the repo and run python setup.py install.
helper contains some shared, non-application-specific code. (Or it will, after the Util class is removed.)
site contains the library logic to retrieve data from the websites. The hierarchy:
Noez - MangaFox - MangaHere
Aftv - MangaPanda - MangaReader
Noez and Aftv appear to be the parent companies of the sites that exist under them.
Q: What’s the image url for the first page of the first chapter of ‘Toriko’?
>>> from mangopi.site.mangafox import MangaFox >>> MangaFox.series('toriko').chapters.pages.image.url 'http://z.mfcdn.net/store/manga/3660/01-001.0/compressed/toriko_v01_c01_01.jpg'
Alternatively, use MetaSite, which allows aggregation of multiple sites (there are some performance issues related to error correction that are being worked out however):
>>> from mangopi.metasite import MetaSite >>> search = MetaSite([MangaFox, MangaHere, MangaPanda, MangaReader]) >>> from mangopi.site.mangafox import MangaFox >>> from mangopi.site.mangahere import MangaHere >>> from mangopi.site.mangapanda import MangaPanda >>> from mangopi.site.mangareader import MangaReader >>> search.series('death note').chapters['22'].pages.image.url 'http://i39.mangapanda.com/death-note/22/death-note-1678383.jpg'
Take a look at the mangopi.tests module for further examples.
## Version Support
Support is maintained on Python 2.7, 3.3, and 3.4.
Run python setup.py test or nosetests.
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