Torrent extraction automation
torex is an open source application for automatic torrent extraction.
You can install through PyPi:
`bash pip install torex `
Or just download the sources (manually or clone from GitHub) and run:
`bash python setup.py install `
The command for running torex is just torex.
The command-line interface is:
`bash torex <config_path> <torrent_path> <label> `
Where: * config_path: Configuration file path * torrent_path: The path to the downloaded torrent * label: The torrent’s label (will be explained later on)
The script is particularly easy to run from uTorrent. Under Preferences, go to Advanced -> Run Program. Then, set the program to be run:
`bash torex <config_path> "%D" "%L" `
Finally, when you add a torrent that should be extracted, just make sure it is assigned the correct label in uTorrent.
Supported torrent labels: * tv - A TV series torrent (Formatted like Breaking Bad S01E01)
The configuration file is a YAML file, that tells torex where it should extract the torrents to. You can take a look at config_example.yaml for an example of what a configuration file should look like.
Under the label, you can define a root path that the torrents will be extracted to. Every torrent will be extracted to a subdirectory with the TV series’ name.
You can define an array of special types, each containing two fields: * title: A regex for matching a torrent’s title * path: The path that these torrents should be extracted to
The special configuration is particularly useful when you have a big drive that holds all your downloads, but you want some specific torrents to be extracted somewhere else.
Right now, the only supported torrents are torrents that are a single directory with a single .rar file to be extracted.
torex writes logs to ~/.torex/logs.txt
|Filename, size||File type||Python version||Upload date||Hashes|
|Filename, size torex-0.1.1.zip (7.6 kB)||File type Source||Python version None||Upload date||Hashes View hashes|