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Searches the OSDN Manjaro project for torrent files and downloads them.

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Reads the RSS feed from!rss and parses out the .torrent, .sig, .sha1 and .sha256 files. It then attempts to download them to the current directory.


Available from pypi, so pip3 install manjaro-torrent-find –user should suffice. You’ll then have a new command at $HOME/.local/bin/mtf so add that dir to your path.


Once the local python scripts directory is on your path, just execute mtf.:

Manjaro Torrent Find will scrape for Manjaro torrents.

    mtf [options]

    -h this help
    -o output directory (default: current directory)
    -p project (either 'manjaro' or 'manjaro-community') (default: both)
    -r only scrape the OSDN RSS feeds to find the torrent files
    -t length of time to wait before requesting a new page/file from OSDN (default: 1 second)

With `-o` the output directory must already exist, otherwise the
current directory is used.

`-t` defaults to 1, though it could be a fracion i.e. 0.25 and is amount of time
to wait before requesting a new 'thing' from OSDN - this is to ensure that we don't
overload the OSDN servers (leave it at 1 second to be nice).

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