UDP API Clients

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WoLpH
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Post by WoLpH » Sat Feb 26, 2005 3:05 am

If you just use the plain SQL commands then they shouldn't have a problem exchanging data.
As for the connector, maybe an external module that connects or something, haven't decided it yet.

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Post by phip » Mon Feb 28, 2005 10:12 am

OKAY. I'm in, too.

Title: CocoaAOM (Super tentative working title, with apologies to PetriW)
OS: Mac OS X
Lang: Objective-C

Details: Notify and message observing. File hashing, identification, renaming, addition to mylist.

A mockup is available here

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Post by Fatalis » Fri Mar 11, 2005 8:02 am

PetriW wrote:Check out sqlite (www.sqlite.org) for storing local data. Way better than flatfile imho.
http://www.w3.org/XML/

That's what I'd use.

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Post by PetriW » Fri Mar 11, 2005 8:55 am

That doesn't work well for very large amounts of data.

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Post by epoximator » Mon May 02, 2005 8:30 pm

ame v0.1 (beta) Simple Hasher | Mylist-File-Add Util written in C++

- commandline based
- ed2k hashing
- file add to mylist
- platform independent code, but only win build for now

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Post by elfish » Tue May 03, 2005 9:40 pm

'ggkgpljigdff', to be named if/when it gets to the 'dogfood' stage, Java, platform-independent, GPLv2.

Command-line renamer, similar in concept to goodsnes, etc.

PM me with complaints.

(the clientid is a MAC address, the numbers converted into letters).

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Re: UDP API Clients

Post by W1N9Zr0 » Wed May 11, 2005 4:48 am

Target OS: win32
Programming language: mIRC script
Using client name "testproto" since the time I was poking around the api first, doesn't let me change it to anything, weird...
The release name would probably be "mIRCaDBcSc"
for "mIRC AniDB Client Script"
I am reached by email in the profile or on the deltaanime/quakenet irc networks, same name.

Now working:
Log on, log off, PUSH, PUSHACK.
Displays *NEW MSG* / *NEW FILE*, beeps, flashes on the events.
The 30 min keepalive with NOTIFY.
Auto relog on disconnected.
All using the edit box commands for now.

To do list:
Window for login/pass, settings, etc.
Local notify list, available on command/window.
Get messages, file notifies from the list on command/window.
ed2k hashing dll for mIRC (tough one, we'll see)
If previous, then adding (freshly acquired) files.

Think that's about it for now.

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Post by exp » Wed May 11, 2005 5:26 am

remember that the client name needs to be all lowercase!

BYe!
EXP

ExElNeT
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Post by ExElNeT » Sat May 14, 2005 10:54 am

AniDBCmdC

anidb commandline client written in java for all those who love shells ;)

- hashing (all types)
- renaming (100% customable with more than just the api infos)
- mylist adding
- add files and dirs various wildcards are allowed
- moving hashed, checked and mylistadded files in their own animename dirs
- remove illegal strings from filenames (100% customable)

those things will be finished in a few days ... (started yesterday hehe)

if you have any ideas send a pm

if i am allowed i would add the source to the bin under gpl

have fun!

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Post by exp » Sat May 14, 2005 11:23 am

ExElNeT wrote:if i am allowed i would add the source to the bin under gpl
as the AniDB UDP API is public, there's nothing which would prevent you from releasing the source under gpl.

BYe!
EXP

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Post by ExElNeT » Sat May 14, 2005 11:02 pm

there is one thing i dont understand about the udp api ...

why does the api send the sessionid inside of an errormessage?

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200 {str session_key} LOGIN ACCEPTED
in FILE does the api send the message after a \n

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 220 FILE
{int4 fid}|{int4 aid}|{int4 eid}|{int4 gid}|{int4 state}|{int4 size}|{str ed2k}|{str anidbfilename}
that just doesnt fit and is inconsequent ;/

and it would be nice if FILE would send all infos about the file ... ;)

everything else is just fine thanks exp ;)

ExElNeT

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Post by PetriW » Sun May 15, 2005 6:18 am

Please note 200 to 299 codes are _not_ error messages, they are success messages.

200-299: Request accepted
300-399: Not found but not an error
400-499: Not found, this is an error
500-599: Server error replies
601: API down

Anyway, the 200 message was probably never multiline and I' guess that when an extra field was needed it was added to the reply message instead to not break earlier clients. (Eventhough there probably were none then! :P)
Or the thinking comes from the TCP API where all non multiline replies are returned with eventual additional data on the same row as the message. The UDP api kinda inheririts from the TCP api I think and while almost all UDP api commands are twoline (aka, status + reply line) in the TCP api all those replies are "unknownlines", aka (startcode + lines with data + endcode).

/me goes to hide under his rock again. :oops:

ExElNeT
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AniDBCmdC first version. 1.0 beta

Post by ExElNeT » Wed May 18, 2005 1:47 am

So thats the first version of my java commandline client. 1.0 beta

http://user.cs.tu-berlin.de/~exelnet/anidbcmdc.jar

I hope everything will work ... Its really late :P

some basic features are:
- hashing files
- checking them at anidb
- getting more informations about a file than the api provides
- adding the file to mylist
- renaming the file 100% customable

something i really like ;)
- filenames can contain wildcards
- filenames can even contain regular expressions

here is a small example for regexes:
anidbcmdc.jar -Rx -l=name -p=pass /path/.*\.avi|.*\.ogm|.*\.mpg

for windows users:
anidbcmdc.jar -Rx -l=name -p=pass c:\anime\.*\.avi|.*\.ogm|.*\.mpg

this will hash all files with the endings .avi ogm and .mpg in all subdirs of /path and add them to your mylist

additional features are planed ... like moving finished files creating for each anime his own dir under a given dir and so on ...

here is the output of anidbcmdc.jar --help

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Usage: anidbcmdc.jar [OPTION]... login=LOGIN pass=PASSWORD DIRECTORY
  or:  anidbcmdc.jar [OPTION]... login=LOGIN pass=PASSWORD --files=DIRECTORY_LIST
  or:  anidbcmdc.jar [OPTION]... login=LOGIN pass=PASSWORD --recursive-files=DIRECTORY_LIST
Hash files in DIRECTORY(s), add them to AniDB - MyList and rename them.

Mandatory arguments to long options are mandatory for short options too.
  -f, --files=DIRECTORY_LIST              processes files in the listed DIRECTORY(s)
  -g  --gui                               will start the gui-mode (no gui available yet)
  -h, --help                              print this help
  -i, --ip-address=IP-ADDRESS:PORT        specify the IP-ADDRESS and PORT of AniDB
  -l, --login=LOGINNAME                   specifiy AniDB LOGINNAME
  -p, --password=PASSWORD                 specifiy AniDB PASSWORD
  -c  --clientport=PORT                   the localport on which anidbcmdc is working
  -r, --recursive-files=DIRECTORY_LIST    processes files recursive in the listed DIRECTORY(s) (incl subdirs)
  -n  --name-replace=REPLACE_LIST         replaces SOURCE string with DEST string of the anime filename
  -R                                      processes files recursive in DIRECTORY(s) (incl subdirs)
                                            syntax: SOURCE->DEST,SOURCE->DEST,...
  -s, --style=STYLE                       renames files after STYLE
                                            available templates: %animenamepart1,%animenamepart2,
                                              %epnamepart1,%epnamepart2,%epnr,%group,%dublang,
                                              %crc,%resolution,%quality,%vidcodec,%audcodec,%md5,
                                              %censored,%version,%ed2k,%sha1,%sublang,%ripsource
  -x                                      enables regular expressions in filenames
                                            example: anidbcmdc.jar -R -l=name -p=pass 
                                                     '/path/.*\.avi|.*\.ogm|.*\.mpg' will add all
                                                     .avi,.ogm,.mpg files in all subdirs of /path
                                            more information: http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/
                                            api/java/util/regex/Pattern.html
                                            NOTE: Wildcards '*' and '?' are always enabled.

AniDBCmdC will use the default localport 44444 and the anidb ip-address api.anidb.info:9000
AniDBCmdC will use the default style: %animenamepart1_%animenamepart2_-_%epnr_-_%epnamepart1_
                                      %epnamepart2_[%group](%crc)[AniDB]

Report bugs to <exelnet@web.de>.
I have included all docs and sources in the jar.

Have fun!
ExElNeT

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Post by ricce » Wed May 18, 2005 7:18 am

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Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: java.lang.String.replace(Ljava/lang/CharSequence;Ljava/lang/CharSequence;)Ljava/lang/String;
        at anidbcmdc.impl.AniDBUdpApiConnection.evaluateReplyMessage(AniDBUdpApiConnection.java:138)
        at anidbcmdc.impl.AniDBUdpApiConnection.auth(AniDBUdpApiConnection.java:161)
        at anidbcmdc.ui.Console.start(Console.java:118)
        at anidbcmdc.ui.AniDBCmdC.parseOptions(AniDBCmdC.java:162)
        at anidbcmdc.ui.AniDBCmdC.main(AniDBCmdC.java:56)

Dosn't seem to work
my WM is:

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java version "1.4.2-01"
Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build Blackdown-1.4.2-01)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build Blackdown-1.4.2-01, mixed mode)

Your code only works in a 1.5 WM - but some folks (like me) still use 1.4 WM.

You can't use String.replace(CharSecunece, CharSequence) use String.replaceAll(String, String) and escepe the regex.

You can't use String.contains(CharSequnece) use String.indexOf(String) != -1

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Post by ExElNeT » Wed May 18, 2005 6:19 pm

Ok I changed those String problems. You should be able to use the program now. If you find any more bugs or have some ideas for features just pm me.

- made it compatible with 1.4.3
- disabled wildcards ... they will only cause problems use regexes instead
* is .* and ? is .

have fun
ExElNeT

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