worldwidetorrents integration

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crazyleo
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worldwidetorrents integration

Post by crazyleo » Wed Oct 26, 2016 12:01 am

Hi Evilhero,
I'd like to request integration of worldwidetorrents website into mylar. After kat major uploaders like nemesis have moved to this new home. They already have a big collection and getting all new releases; plus there is a request section that is frequently uploading packs for older comic arcs. It'd be great to have it integrated in mylar.

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Re: worldwidetorrents integration

Post by crazyleo » Wed Oct 26, 2016 12:09 am

NVM, scratch that. Just saw that mylar is already using WWT.

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Re: worldwidetorrents integration

Post by BakaNeko59 » Wed Jan 18, 2017 9:28 pm

Have you had any luck getting worldwidetorrents working with Mylar? It shows the option but no matter what I do it doesn't actually download.

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Re: worldwidetorrents integration

Post by evilhero » Wed Jan 18, 2017 11:17 pm

Only Rss feeds are supported with wwt, and a fix just went into development a few hrs ago that allowed for the 'new' files that are posted to get hit by mylar too now (wwt recently gave these types of uploads there own category which would account for it not picking anything up).
If you can update to the latest dev, you should be ok to grab things as long as they're on the feed still.

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Re: worldwidetorrents integration

Post by Madrox » Wed Feb 22, 2017 9:04 pm

any chance of getting full search for wwt anytime soon?

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Re: worldwidetorrents integration

Post by evilhero » Thu Feb 23, 2017 12:41 am

Probably not anytime soon tbh - they have an api that's closed off to the public, and from what I can fathom from some posts it's just an upload / individual torrent api (meaning no search queries). Which would then mean that the search page results would have to be parsed, and with it being 'sometimes' being cloudflare, and the inconsistencies with page-scraping, plus the possiblity of outright banning the client - well, it's alot of work to figure it out.

Not saying no, because obviously there's an interest/need given how much gets posted there - but it's not something that's on the to-do for the next little while at least.

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