3.0.3 • Published 5 years ago

primewire v3.0.3

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LGPL-3.0+
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github
Last release
5 years ago

primewire

Scrapes streaming links from PrimeWire.

Installation

For the command-line program:

$ sudo npm install -g primewire

For the module:

$ npm install --save primewire

Usage

usage: primewire [-hvysel] <search>
  -h, --help    Display this screen.
  -v, --version Display package version.
  -y, --year    Year of series or movie. Optional.
  -s, --season  Season of series. Optional.
  -e, --episode Episode on of series. Optional.
  -l, --latest  Fetch latest episode of a series. Optional.

<search> is a title of series or movie.

Examples

var primewire = require('primewire');

function display(err, links, id) {
    if (err) {
        return console.error(err.stack);
    }

    console.log('%d total links found for "%s".', links.length, id);
    console.log('Watch now at ' + links[0]);
}

primewire({
    title: 'The Simpsons',
    year: 1989,
    season: 1,
    episode: 2
}, display);

// Using an ID instead of title/year will result in less page load time.
primewire({
    id: '4131', // http://www.primewire.ag/watch-4131-The-Simpsons
    season: 1,
    episode: 4
}, display);

primewire({
    title: 'Saw',
    year: 2004
}, display);

primewire({
    id: '1672' // http://www.primewire.ag/watch-1672-Saw-II
}, display);

API

primewire.host

The base host to scrape from. Default: "http://primewire.ag".

primewire(show, callback)

Grab all associated links (not including advertisements) for a specific movie or TV episode.

If show is an object it is expected to have the following properties:

{
    // This field is optional. By default we assume movies unless season and/or
    // episode is set.
    section: 'movies' || 'tv',

    // You may specify either an id, title or title AND year.
    id: String,
    title: String,
    year: Number,

    // If searching for a TV episode, specify these fields. Both default to
    // 1 if section is 'tv'.
    season: Number,
    episode: Number
}

Otherwise show is assumed to be a title.

callback returns an array of links for the specified show as the first argument, and the show id as the second.

primewire.latest(series, distance, callback)

Fetch the nth distance latest episode links of a TV series.

series can be either a series ID (string or Number), or object containing title and/or year properties.

distance is the nth laest episode to fetch. Default: 1

callback returns the same result as above.

License

Copyright (C) 2016 Mister Hat

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3.0 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.

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