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The Unofficial Pirate Bay Lightweight Python API

Project description

Unofficial Lightweight Python API for ThePirateBay

Installation

$ pip install tpblite

Dependencies:

  • BeautifulSoup
  • purl

Usage

from tpblite import TPB

# Create a TPB object with a domain name
t = TPB('https://thepiratebay.org')

# Or create a TPB object with default domain
t = TPB()

Search

# Quick search for torrents, returns a Torrents object
torrents = t.search('public domain')

# See how many torrents were found
print('There were {0} torrents found.'.format(len(torrents))

# Iterate through list of torrents and print info for Torrent object
for torrent in torrents:
    print(torrent)

# Customize your search
from tpblite import CATEGORIES, ORDERS
torrents = t.search('public domain', page=2, order=ORDERS.NAME.DEC, category=CATEGORIES.VIDEO.MOVIES)

# Get the most seeded torrent based on a filter
torrent = torrents.getBestTorrent(min_seeds=30, min_filesize='500 MiB', max_filesize='4 GiB')

# Or select a particular torrent by indexing
torrent = torrents[3]

# Get the magnet link for a torrent
print(torrent.magnetlink)

Browse

# You can browse all of the torrents from a single category
torrents = t.browse(category=CATEGORIES.VIDEOS)
# Customize the page number and sort order
torrents = t.browse(category=CATEGORIES.VIDEO.MOVIES, page=1, order=ORDERS.UPLOADED.DES)

Categories and Sort Order

# To print all available categories, use the classmethod printOptions
CATEGORIES.printOptions()
# Or just a subset of categories, like VIDEOS
CATEGORIES.VIDEO.printOptions()
# Similarly for the sort order
ORDERS.printOptions()

Torrents object

The search function returns a Torrents object, which is a list-like collection of the torrents found.

You can also iterate over the Torrents object just by calling it in a for loop (see example above).

You can see how many Torrent objects your query has returned, by using the len() function

Torrent object

Torrent objects represent each torrent found in the Torrents class, they have the following attributes

Attributes

  • Torrent.title - The name of the torrent (str)
  • Torrent.seeds - The number of seeders (int)
  • Torrent.leeches - The number of leechers (int)
  • Torrent.upload_date - Date the torrent was uploaded (str)
  • Torrent.uploader - Name of user who uploaded torrent (str)
  • Torrent.filesize - The filesize in *iB format, eg. 5 GiB (str)
  • Torrent.byte_size - The filesize in bytes of the torrent (int)
  • Torrent.magnetlink - magnetlink of the torrent (str)

Example Workflow

With a commandline torrent client such as aria2, you can automate search and downloading of torrents like so:

import subprocess
from tpblite import TPB

t = TPB()
torrents = t.search('GIMP 2.10.8')
torrent = torrents.getBestTorrent()
subprocess.call(['aria2c', torrent.magnetlink])

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