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here is a python script (linux) for ripping pandora


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i found this on the net, and now i cannot found where i got it to give proper credit, but i didnt see it here

i want to make clear that i DID NOT make this, and I only post it in the hopes someone might improve it a tad..such as adding the mp4 extension to the files when they get moved and etc.

at the moment it just locks the files in /tmp so flash cant remove them, then it moves it into a folder inside your home named pandora

hopefully a python guru will come along and perfect this as it takes no tricks or flash switching to run

it wont let me upload so i guess ill post it here

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#!/usr/bin/pythonimport#!/usr/bin/python

import os

import pyinotify

import fcntl

from pyinotify import WatchManager, Notifier, ThreadedNotifier, EventsCodes, ProcessEvent

try:

os.mkdir(os.environ['HOME']+"/pandora")

except:

pass

wm = WatchManager()

#mask = EventsCodes.IN_DELETE | EventsCodes.IN_CREATE # watched events

mask = EventsCodes.ALL_EVENTS

class PTmp(ProcessEvent):

f={}

# def process_IN_CREATE(self, event):

# print "Create: %s" % os.path.join(event.path, event.name)

# def process_IN_DELETE(self, event):

# print "Remove: %s" % os.path.join(event.path, event.name)

def process_default(self, event):

# print "Processing Some event?"

if event.name.startswith("Flash"):

print event

filename=event.path+"/"+event.name

if event.event_name=="IN_CREATE":

self.f[filename]=file(filename, mode="r")

fcntl.lockf(self.f[filename], fcntl.LOCK_SH)

if event.event_name.startswith("IN_DELETE") and self.f.has_key(filename):

print "DELETING"

self.f[filename].seek(0)

buf=self.f[filename].read(102)

# if len(buf)>100: # 100 bytes

# file("100dump",mode="a").write(buf[:100].encode("hex")+"\n")

self.f[filename].seek(0)

file(os.environ['HOME']+"/pandora/"+event.name,mode="w").write(self.f[filename].read())

fcntl.lockf(self.f[filename], fcntl.LOCK_UN)

if os.access(filename, os.R_OK):

os.unlink(filename)

notifier = Notifier(wm, PTmp())

wdd = wm.add_watch('/tmp', mask, rec=True)

while True: # loop forever

try:

# process the queue of events as explained above

notifier.process_events()

if notifier.check_events():

# read notified events and enqeue them

notifier.read_events()

# you can do some tasks here...

except KeyboardInterrupt:

# destroy the inotify's instance on this interrupt (stop monitoring)

notifier.stop()

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