Data::Downloader - Download and organize files using RSS feeds and templates. River stage zero No dependents

Data::Downloader allows one to download and maintain local repositories of files. File metadata may be obtained from RSS or Atom feeds. Files are stored using MD5 sums, and symbolic links can be created based on the metadata for the files. A command ...

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Data::Downloader::Feed River stage zero No dependents

Represents an RSS feed....

BDUGGAN/Data-Downloader-0.9907 - 24 Nov 2012 13:27:42 UTC

Data::Downloader::File River stage zero No dependents

Represents a file managed by Data::Downloader. Files are represented in the database as rows in the file table. Each row corresponds to a single file on disk. There may be multiple symbolic links to this file, but the uniqueness of this row reflects ...

BDUGGAN/Data-Downloader-0.9907 - 24 Nov 2012 13:27:42 UTC

Data::Downloader::Config River stage zero No dependents

Configure Data::Downloader. Data::Downloader uses sqlite to store both its configuration and data about the files which are downloaded. (For the location of this sqlite file, see Data::Downloader::DB.) The configuration describes url patterns, file m...

BDUGGAN/Data-Downloader-0.9907 - 24 Nov 2012 13:27:42 UTC

Data::Downloader::Repository River stage zero No dependents

A repository is a collection of files managed by Data::Downloader which have a common root directory. Files within a given repository may come from various RSS feeds and/or url templates. They may be stored in multiple top-level subdirectories, which...

BDUGGAN/Data-Downloader-0.9907 - 24 Nov 2012 13:27:42 UTC

dado - Data::Downloader command-line interface. River stage zero No dependents

This is the command line interface for Data::Downloader. It is used to manage a repository of files, file metadata, and symbolic links. An invocation of dado is of one of the forms described in the SYNOPSIS above. The valid values for DEBUG OPTIONS, ...

BDUGGAN/Data-Downloader-0.9907 - 24 Nov 2012 13:27:42 UTC

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