On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 1:10 PM, ara howard <ara.t.howard / gmail.com> wrote:
>
> NAME
>  mp3scrape
>
> SYNOPSIS
>  mp3scrape uri [options]+
>
> DESCRIPTION
>  mp3scrape will scour any url for it's mp3 content - the script mirrors,
>  never downloading the same file twice.  it does not, however, crawl a
>  website for links, it simple scapes all the songs from a single page.
>
> PARAMETERS
>  uri (1 -> uri(uri))
>      the uri to scrape
>  --pattern=pattern, -p (0 ~> pattern=['"](http://[^\s]+[^/\s]+.mp3)["'])
>      specifiy the mp3 pattern
>  --basedir=basedir, -b (0 ~> basedir=/Users/ahoward/mp3)
>      specifiy the base download dir - default(/Users/ahoward/mp3)
>  --destination=destination, -d (0 ~> destination)
>      specifiy the absolute download dir -
>      default(/Users/ahoward/mp3/auto-based-on-uri)
>  --list
>      only list the mp3s that would be scraped
>  --threads=threads, -t (0 ~> integer(threads=8))
>      specify the number of threads to download with in parallel -
>      default(8)
>  --noop, -n
>      show the downloads that would be performed
>  --help, -h
>
> INSTALL
>  sudo gem install mp3scrape
>
> URI
>  http://codeforpeople.com
>
> EXAMPLES
>  1) get a bunch of xmas tunes
>    mp3scrape http://fuelfriends.blogspot.com/2007/12/christmas-mixery.html
>
>  2) get a bunch of tunes
>    mp2scrape http://troubledsoulsunite.blogspot.com/

Nice, i've been doing similar stuff with a script of mine:
http://p.ramaze.net/1818

That i would use like:
curl -s http://fuelfriends.blogspot.com/2007/12/christmas-mixery.html
| uris | egrep '\.mp3$' | xargs wget

But thanks, I'll check this one out :)
^ manveru