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Script to download builds for Firefox and Thunderbird from the Mozilla server.

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# mozdownload

[mozdownload](https://github.com/mozilla/mozdownload) is a [python package](http://pypi.python.org/pypi/mozdownload) which handles downloading of Mozilla applications.

## Command Line Usage

The mozdownload command will download the application based on the provided command line options.

### Examples

Download the latest official Firefox release for your platform:

mozdownload –version=latest

Download the latest Firefox Aurora build for Windows (32bit):

mozdownload –type=daily –branch=mozilla-aurora –platform=win32

Download the latest official Thunderbird release for your platform:

mozdownload –application=thunderbird –version=latest

Download the latest Earlybird build for Linux (64bit):

mozdownload –application=thunderbird –type=daily –branch=comm-aurora –platform=linux64

Download this README file:

mozdownload –url=https://raw.github.com/mozilla/mozdownload/master/README.md

Download a file from a URL protected with basic authentication:

mozdownload –url=http://example.com/secrets.txt –username=admin –password=password

Run mozdownload –help for detailed information on the command line options.

### Command Line Options

Options:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-a APPLICATION, --application=APPLICATION
 The name of the application to download, default: “firefox”
-d DIRECTORY, --directory=DIRECTORY
 Target directory for the download, default: current working directory
--build-number=BUILD_NUMBER
 Number of the build (for candidate, daily, and tinderbox builds)
-l LOCALE, --locale=LOCALE
 Locale of the application, default: “en-US”
-p PLATFORM, --platform=PLATFORM
 Platform of the application
-t BUILD_TYPE, --type=BUILD_TYPE
 Type of build to download, default: “release”
--url=URL URL to download. Note: Reserved characters (such as &) must be escaped or put in quotes otherwise CLI output may be abnormal.
-v VERSION, --version=VERSION
 Version of the application to be used by release and candidate builds, i.e. “3.6”
--extension=EXTENSION
 File extension of the build (e.g. “zip”), default: the standard build extension on the platform.
--username=USERNAME
 Username for basic HTTP authentication.
--password=PASSWORD
 Password for basic HTTP authentication.
--retry-attempts=RETRY_ATTEMPTS
 Number of times the download will be attempted in the event of a failure, default: 3
--retry-delay=RETRY_DELAY
 Amount of time (in seconds) to wait between retry attempts, default: 10
--timeout=TIMEOUT
 Amount of time (in seconds) until download times out

Candidate builds: Extra options for candidate builds.

--no-unsigned Don’t allow to download unsigned builds if signed builds are not available

Daily builds: Extra options for daily builds.

--branch=BRANCH
 Name of the branch, default: “mozilla-central”
--build-id=BUILD_ID
 ID of the build to download
--date=DATE Date of the build, default: latest build

Tinderbox builds: Extra options for tinderbox builds.

--debug-build Download a debug build

## Running the tests

To run the tests, run ./run_tests.sh.

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