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#!/usr/bin/perl -w use LWP::UserAgent; use HTTP::Request::Common; $numofstrips = NumofStrips(); $home = `echo \$HOME`;chop $home;$rcfile = "$home\/.stripnum"; if (-f $rcfile) { $stripnum = `cat ~/.stripnum`; } else { print "~/.stripnum does not exist, creating...\n"; system 'echo 1 > ~/.stripnum'; $stripnum = `cat ~/.stripnum`; } if (-d "$home\/.strips") { } else { print "directory $home\/.strips does not exist, creating...\n"; system "mkdir $home\/.strips"; } print "Should only see this once!\n"; mainblock: { $url = "http://thebench.org/index.php3?strip=$stripnum"; $bot = new LWP::UserAgent; $bot->agent('Mozilla'); $response = $bot->request(GET $url); $content = $response->content; @content = split(/\n/, $content); content: for($i=0;$i<$#content;$i++) { $content[$i] =~ /.*Strip \#(.*):<.*/; if ($1) { $number = $1; last content; } } if ($number != $stripnum) { print "$stripnum does not seem to exhist\n"; $numofstrips = NumofStrips(); print "$numofstrips seems to be total number of strips\n"; $numofstrips++; if ($stripnum == $numofstrips) { open (FILE, ">$rcfile") || die; print (FILE "$stripnum") || die; close FILE; die "Got last file exiting\n"; } else { $stripnum++; } print "lets try to get $stripnum\n"; goto mainblock; } undef $filetodl; searchforfiletodl: for (split "\n", $content) { $filetodl = "$1.jpg" if/.*img\/strips\/(.*).jpg/; if ($filetodl){ #print $filetodl; last searchforfiletodl; } } $imgurl = "http://thebench.org/img/strips/$filetodl"; print "Downloading $imgurl\n"; $response = $bot->request(GET $imgurl); $content = $response->content; $file = "$home\/.strips\/$number.jpg"; print "opening $file\n"; open (FILE, ">$file") || die; print (FILE "$content") || die; print "success!\n"; close FILE; $stripnum++; print "$stripnum\n"; open (FILE, ">$rcfile") || die; print (FILE $stripnum) || die; close FILE; } goto mainblock; sub NumofStrips { my $url = "http://thebench.org/archive.php3"; my $bot = new LWP::UserAgent; $bot->agent('Mozilla'); my $response = $bot->request(GET $url); my $content = $response->content; @content = split(/\/td/, $content); searchfornumofstrips: for($i=0;$i<$#content;$i++){ $content[$i] =~ /<tr><td valign='top'><p>(.*)<\/p></; if($1) { $numofstrips = $1; last searchfornumofstrips; } } return $numofstrips; } print "This isnt supposed to happen!\n"; die;

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