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+    the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
+    (at your option) any later version.
+    This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+    but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+    GNU General Public License for more details.
+    You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+    along with this program.  If not, see <>.
+Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.
+  If the program does terminal interaction, make it output a short
+notice like this when it starts in an interactive mode:
+    <program>  Copyright (C) <year>  <name of author>
+    This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details type `show w'.
+    This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
+    under certain conditions; type `show c' for details.
+The hypothetical commands `show w' and `show c' should show the appropriate
+parts of the General Public License.  Of course, your program's commands
+might be different; for a GUI interface, you would use an "about box".
+  You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or school,
+if any, to sign a "copyright disclaimer" for the program, if necessary.
+For more information on this, and how to apply and follow the GNU GPL, see
+  The GNU General Public License does not permit incorporating your program
+into proprietary programs.  If your program is a subroutine library, you
+may consider it more useful to permit linking proprietary applications with
+the library.  If this is what you want to do, use the GNU Lesser General
+Public License instead of this License.  But first, please read


+Python command-line and GTK+ interface to ABC iView
+Copyright (C) 2009-2010 by Jeremy Visser <>
+This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
+it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
+(at your option) any later version.
+This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+GNU General Public License for more details.
+You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+along with this program.  If not, see <>.
+* Python 2.6 (recommended) or Python 2.5 <>
+  (Some Windows users report better compatibility with Python 2.5.)
+* BeautifulSoup <>
+* rtmpdump <>
+* simplejson <>
+  (Only for Python 2.5 users -- same functionality is built-in to Python 2.6.)
+1. Make sure Python is installed and working.
+2. Make sure BeautifulSoup is installed in Python and working.
+3. Install rtmpdump. If building from source, copy rtmpdump_x86 to
+   somewhere within your $PATH (e.g. /usr/local/bin).
+4. If you are running Python 2.5, install simplejson.
+5. Either run ./iview-cli or ./iview-gtk.
+Some usage examples are provided for your perusal.
+This is a purely informational command, and verifies that handshaking is
+working correctly.
+	$ ./iview-cli --print-auth
+	iView auth data:
+		RTMP URL: rtmp://
+		Unmetered: True
+This can be used to view the iView programme and find the program URL:
+	$ ./iview-cli --programme
+	7.30 Report:
+	    7.30 Report 12/01/10	(news/730report_100112.flv)
+	    7.30 Report 11/01/10	(news/730report_100111.flv)
+	    7.30 Report 07/01/10	(news/730report_100107.flv)
+	    7.30 Report 06/01/10	(news/730report_100106.flv)
+	[...]
+To actually download the program, use something like the following:
+	$ ./iview-cli --download news/730report_100112.flv
+If rtmpdump is all set up correctly, hopefully that will download
+an .flv file into your current directory, appropriately named. If it
+didn't work, type "rtmpdump" or "rtmpdump_x86" and see if it does anything.
+If not, install it, or put it somewhere on your $PATH.
+Uh...good luck.


+python-iview (0.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
+  * Initial release
+ -- Jeremy Visser <>  Sat, 20 Feb 2010 23:25:31 +1100




+Source: python-iview
+Section: net
+Priority: extra
+Maintainer: Jeremy Visser <>
+Build-Depends: debhelper (>= 7), cdbs, python, python-support
+Standards-Version: 3.8.1
+Package: python-iview
+Architecture: all
+Depends: ${shlibs:Depends}, ${misc:Depends}, python2.6 | python2.5, python-beautifulsoup
+Recommends: rtmpdump
+Suggests: python-simplejson
+Description: GTK+–based frontend to ABC iView
+ The ABC iView service is a video-on-demand streaming service
+ by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation based on Adobe Flash.
+ .
+ Unfortunately, Adobe Flash is non-free software that also runs
+ slowly or not at all on certain platforms. Python-iView offers
+ an alternative interface to the iView service for users that
+ are inconvenienced or restricted by the Flash interface.








+#!/usr/bin/make -f
+# -*- makefile -*-
+DEB_PYTHON_SYSTEM := pysupport
+include /usr/share/cdbs/1/rules/
+include /usr/share/cdbs/1/class/
+	rm -rf build build-stamp configure-stamp build/ MANIFEST
+	dh_clean
+.PHONY: build clean binary-indep binary-arch binary install configure


+#!/usr/bin/env python
+import sys, os, getopt, urllib2
+import iview.config
+def usage():
+	print("""usage:
+	-i, --index		prints the iView index (number is the series ID)
+	-s, --series <id>	get the list of episodes for the series
+	-p, --programme		prints the entire iView programme at once
+				(warning: very slow!)
+	-d, --download <url>	download an episode
+				(pass the url you got from -s or -p)
+	-t, --subtitles <url>	download subtitles in SRT format for an episode
+				(pass the same url as for --download)
+	-o, --output		specify a file to output to (use - for stdout)
+	-a, --print-auth	print debug iView auth information
+	-x, --proxy <host:port>	used specified SOCKS proxy
+	-h, --help		this page""")
+def config():
+	try:
+		iview.comm.get_config()
+	except urllib2.HTTPError, error:
+		print 'Error: could not retrieve an important configuration file from iView.'
+		print 'Please make sure you are connected to the Internet.\n'
+		print 'If iView works fine in your web browser, the iView API has possibly changed.' \
+		      'Try to find an updated version of this program or contact the author.'
+		print '\nDebug: could not load URL', error.url
+		sys.exit(1)
+def programme():
+	"""	Downloads the iView index, and then prints each item in all series.
+		This is a slow function. Using index() and subsequently cherrypicking
+		a series to pass to series() is much faster.
+	"""
+	config()
+	index = iview.comm.get_index()
+	for series in index:
+		print series['title'] + ':'
+		items = iview.comm.get_series_items(series['id'])
+		for item in items:
+			print '\t' + item['title'] + '\t(' + item['url'] + ')'
+def index():
+	"""	Downloads the iView index, and prints the corresponding series and IDs.
+	"""
+	config()
+	index = iview.comm.get_index()
+	for series in index:
+		print series['id'] + '\t' + series['title']
+def series(series_id):
+	config()
+	items = iview.comm.get_series_items(series_id)
+	for item in items:
+		print item['title'] + '\t(' + item['url'] + ')'
+def print_auth():
+	config()
+	auth = iview.comm.get_auth()
+	print 'iView auth data:'
+	print '\tToken:', auth['token']
+	print '\tRTMP URL:', auth['rtmp_url']
+	print '\tUnmetered:', str(auth['free'])
+def download(url, output=None):
+	config()
+	iview.fetch.fetch_program(url, execvp=True, dest_file=output)
+def subtitles(name, output=None):
+	# In this function, we print >> sys.stderr because we have the possibility
+	# of outputting subtitles to stdout, so we need to keep stdout clean.
+	url = ''.join(name.split('.')[:-1])
+	if output is not None:
+		srt = output
+	else:
+		srt = ''.join(url.split('/')[-1]) + '.srt'
+	if not srt == '-' and os.path.isfile(srt):
+		print >> sys.stderr, 'Subtitles have already been downloaded to %s' % srt
+		return False
+	print >> sys.stderr, 'Downloading subtitles to %s...' % srt,
+	try:
+		subtitles = iview.comm.get_captions(url)
+	except urllib2.HTTPError, error:
+		print >> sys.stderr, 'failed'
+		print >> sys.stderr, 'Got an error when downloading %s' % error.url
+		return False
+	except KeyboardInterrupt:
+		return False
+	if not srt == '-':
+		f = open(srt, 'wb')
+	else:
+		f = sys.stdout
+	f.write(subtitles.encode('utf-8'))
+	f.flush()
+	if not srt == '-':
+		os.fsync(f.fileno())
+	f.close()
+	print >> sys.stderr, 'done'
+def parse_proxy_argument(proxy):
+	"""	Try to parse 'proxy' as host:port pair.  Returns an error message
+		if it cannot be understood.  Otherwise, it configures the settings
+		in iview.config and returns None
+	"""
+	# this could be done much nicer with partition()
+	# but it's not available in older versions of python
+	parts = proxy.split(':')
+	if len(parts) == 2:
+		try:
+			iview.config.socks_proxy_port = int(parts[1])
+		except ValueError:
+			return "Port '%s' is not numeric" % parts[1]
+	elif len(parts) != 1:
+		return "Too many ':' in '%s'" % proxy
+	iview.config.socks_proxy_host = parts[0]
+	return None
+	opts, args = getopt.getopt(sys.argv[1:],
+		'cd:pis:t:x:o:ah',
+		['cache', 'subtitle=', 'subtitles=', 'download=', 'programme', 'program', 'index', 'series=', 'proxy=', 'output=', 'print-auth', 'help'])
+	if not len(opts) > 0:
+		raise getopt.GetoptError('Not enough arguments')
+except getopt.GetoptError, err:
+	usage()
+	sys.exit(2)
+download_arg = None
+subtitle_arg = None
+output_arg = None
+	for o, a in opts:
+		if o in ('-c', '--cache'):
+			iview.comm.cache = True
+		elif o in ('-x', '--proxy'):
+			err = parse_proxy_argument(a)
+			if err is not None:
+				print "Invalid proxy specification: %s\n" % err
+				usage()
+				sys.exit(4)
+		elif o in ('-d', '--download'):
+			download_arg = a
+		elif o in ('-t', '--subtitle', '--subtitles'):
+			subtitle_arg = a
+		elif o in ('-o', '--output'):
+			output_arg = a
+		elif o in ('-h', '--help'):
+			usage()
+			sys.exit(2)
+	# iview.comm (and therefore iview.fetch) can only be imported after
+	# configuring the proxy as we need to override the socket before
+	# importing urllib2
+	import iview.fetch
+	import iview.comm
+	for o, a in opts:
+		if o in ('-p', '--programme', '--program'):
+			programme()
+		elif o in ('-i', '--index'):
+			index()
+		elif o in ('-s', '--series'):
+			series(a)
+		elif o in ('-a', '--print-auth'):
+			print_auth()
+except KeyboardInterrupt: # don't traceback on a Ctrl+C
+	pass
+if download_arg is not None:
+	download(download_arg, output_arg)
+elif subtitle_arg is not None:
+	subtitles(subtitle_arg, output_arg)


+#!/usr/bin/env python
+import iview.config
+import iview.comm
+import iview.fetch
+import gtk
+import gobject
+import threading
+import sys
+import re
+import urllib2
+cr = '\015' # carriage return
+num_windows = 0
+def add_window():
+	global num_windows
+	num_windows += 1
+def del_window(widget=None):
+	global num_windows
+	num_windows -= 1
+	if num_windows == 0:
+		gtk.main_quit()
+def readupto(fh, upto):
+	"""	Reads up to (and not including) the character
+		specified by arg 'upto'.
+	"""
+	result = ''
+	while True:
+		char =
+		if char == '' or char == upto:
+			return result
+		else:
+			result = ''.join((result,char))
+class DownloadWorker(threading.Thread):
+	def __init__(self, parent):
+		threading.Thread.__init__(self)
+		self.parent = parent
+	def run(self):
+		progress_pattern = re.compile(r'\d+\.\d%')
+		size_pattern = re.compile(r'\d+\.\d+ kB', re.IGNORECASE)
+		rate = 0
+		self.parent.progress.set_text('')
+		while True:
+			r = readupto(self.parent.job.stderr, cr)
+			if r == '': # i.e. EOF, the process has quit
+				break
+			progress_search =
+			size_search =
+			if progress_search is not None:
+				p = float([:-1]) / 100. # [:-1] shaves the % off the end
+				gtk.gdk.threads_enter()
+				self.parent.progress.set_fraction(p)
+				gtk.gdk.threads_leave()
+			if size_search is not None:
+				gtk.gdk.threads_enter()
+				self.parent.labels[2][1] \
+					.set_text('%.1f' % (float([:-3]) / 1024.) + ' MB')
+				gtk.gdk.threads_leave()
+			if progress_search is None and size_search is None:
+				print 'Backend debug:\t' + r
+		returncode = self.parent.job.wait()
+		gtk.gdk.threads_enter()
+		if returncode == 0: # EXIT_SUCCESS
+			self.parent.progress.set_fraction(1.)
+			self.parent.progress.set_text('Download finished')
+			self.parent.close_btn.set_label(gtk.STOCK_CLOSE)
+			self.parent.pause_btn.hide()
+			self.parent.resume_btn.hide()
+		else:
+			print 'Backend aborted with code %d (either it crashed, or you paused it)' % returncode
+			if returncode == 1: # connection timeout results in code 1
+				self.parent.progress.set_text('Download failed')
+			self.parent.pause_btn.hide()
+		gtk.gdk.threads_leave()
+class Downloader(gtk.Window):
+	def __init__(self, url, title=None, dest_file=None):
+		self.url = url
+		self.dest_file = dest_file
+		gtk.Window.__init__(self)
+		self.connect('destroy', del_window)
+		self.connect('destroy', self.on_destroy)
+		add_window()
+		if title is None:
+			title = url
+		self.set_title(title)
+		self.set_resizable(False)
+		self.set_default_size(400,0)
+		self.set_border_width(10)
+		xpadding = 5
+		ypadding = 2
+		table = gtk.Table(3, 3, homogeneous=False)
+		self.labels = []
+		for i in range(3):
+			label_term = gtk.Label()
+			label_term.set_alignment(0., 0.5)
+			label_desc = gtk.Label()
+			label_desc.set_alignment(1., 0.5)
+			self.labels.append([label_term, label_desc])
+			table.attach(label_term, 0,1, i,i+1, xpadding=xpadding, ypadding=ypadding)
+			table.attach(label_desc, 1,2, i,i+1, xpadding=xpadding, ypadding=ypadding)
+		self.labels[0][0].set_text('Name')
+		self.labels[0][1].set_text(title)
+		self.labels[1][0].set_text('Filename')
+		self.labels[1][1].set_text(dest_file.split('/')[-1])
+		self.labels[2][0].set_text('Download size')
+		self.labels[2][1].set_text('0.0 MB')
+		self.progress = gtk.ProgressBar()
+		table.attach(self.progress, 0,2, 3,4, xpadding=xpadding, ypadding=8)
+		bb = gtk.HButtonBox()
+		bb.set_layout(gtk.BUTTONBOX_END)
+		self.pause_btn = gtk.Button('Pause')
+		self.pause_btn.connect('clicked', self.pause_download)
+		self.resume_btn = gtk.Button('Resume')
+		self.resume_btn.connect('clicked', self.start_download)
+		self.close_btn = gtk.Button(stock=gtk.STOCK_STOP)
+		self.close_btn.connect('clicked', self.destroy)
+		bb.pack_end(self.pause_btn)
+		bb.pack_end(self.resume_btn)
+		bb.pack_end(self.close_btn)
+		vbox = gtk.VBox()
+		vbox.pack_start(table)
+		vbox.pack_start(bb, expand=False)
+		self.add(vbox)
+		self.show_all()
+		self.start_download() # kick off the DownloadWorker thread
+	def start_download(self, widget=None):
+		self.resume_btn.hide()
+		self.job = iview.fetch.fetch_program(self.url, dest_file=self.dest_file)
+		if not self.job:
+			message = gtk.MessageDialog(
+				parent=None,
+				type=gtk.MESSAGE_ERROR,
+				buttons=gtk.BUTTONS_CLOSE)
+			message.set_markup('<big><b>Download backend failed</b></big>\n\n' \
+				'Either the download backend in question failed for some reason, or one could not be found with which to download iView programmes. Please check the README file for instructions on setting this up.')
+			message.destroy()
+			return
+		self.download_worker = DownloadWorker(self).start()
+	def pause_download(self, widget=None):
+		self.job.terminate()
+		self.pause_btn.hide()
+	def on_destroy(self, widget=None):
+		try:
+			self.job.terminate()
+		except OSError: # this would trigger if it was
+			pass        # already killed for some reason
+	def destroy(self, null_param=None):
+		"""	Allow destroy() to be called with a parameter, thus allowing it to
+			be attached to the "clicked" event of a button.
+		"""
+		gtk.Window.destroy(self)
+def on_download_clicked(widget, data=None):
+	global window, save_location
+	model, selected_iter = listing.get_selection().get_selected()
+	if selected_iter is None:
+		return
+	item = model.get(selected_iter, 0, 2)
+	if item[1] is None:
+		return
+	save_dialog = gtk.FileChooserDialog('Save Video',
+		parent=window,
+		buttons=(gtk.STOCK_CANCEL, gtk.RESPONSE_CANCEL,
+		         gtk.STOCK_SAVE, gtk.RESPONSE_OK))
+	try:
+		save_dialog.set_current_folder(save_location)
+	except NameError: # if we haven't set a save_location yet
+		pass
+	save_dialog.set_current_name(iview.fetch.get_filename(item[1]))
+	save_dialog.set_local_only(False) # allow saving to, e.g., SFTP
+	save_response =
+	save_dialog.hide()
+	if save_response == gtk.RESPONSE_OK:
+		dest_file = save_dialog.get_filename()
+		save_location = save_dialog.get_current_folder()
+		Downloader(item[1], item[0], dest_file)
+	save_dialog.destroy()
+def on_listing_cursor_changed(widget):
+	global description
+	description.set_text('')
+	download_btn.set_sensitive(False)
+	model, selected_iter = listing.get_selection().get_selected()
+	if selected_iter is None:
+		return
+	item = model.get(selected_iter, 0, 2, 3)
+	if item[1] is None or item[2] is None:
+		return
+	description.set_text(item[2])
+	download_btn.set_sensitive(True)
+def load_programme():
+	global programme
+	for series in iview.comm.get_index():
+		series_iter = programme.append(None, [series['title'], series['id'], None, None])
+		programme.append(series_iter, ['Loading...', None, None, None])
+def load_series_items(widget, iter, path):
+	model = widget.get_model()
+	child = model.iter_children(iter)
+	if model.get(child, 2)[0] is not None:
+		# This is not a "Loading..." item, so we've already fetched this.
+		# Better pull out.
+		return
+	series_id = model.get(iter, 1)[0]
+	items = iview.comm.get_series_items(series_id)
+	for item in items:
+		model.append(iter, [
+				item['title'],
+				None,
+				item['url'],
+				item['description'],
+			])
+	model.remove(child)
+def about(widget, data=None):
+	d = gtk.AboutDialog()
+	d.set_version(iview.config.version)
+	d.set_copyright('Copyright \302\251 2009-2010 by Jeremy Visser')
+	d.set_license("""This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
+it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
+(at your option) any later version.
+This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+GNU General Public License for more details.
+You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+along with this program.  If not, see <>.""")
+	d.destroy()
+window = gtk.Window()
+window.connect('destroy', del_window)
+vbox = gtk.VBox()
+programme_label = gtk.Label()
+programme_label.set_markup('<big><b>iView Programme</b></big>')
+vbox.pack_start(programme_label, expand=False)
+listing_scroller = gtk.ScrolledWindow()
+listing_scroller.set_policy(gtk.POLICY_AUTOMATIC, gtk.POLICY_AUTOMATIC)
+# name, id, url, description
+programme = gtk.TreeStore(str, str, str, str)
+listing = gtk.TreeView(programme)
+listing.connect('cursor-changed', on_listing_cursor_changed)
+listing.connect('row-expanded', load_series_items)
+tvcolumn = gtk.TreeViewColumn('Program Name')
+cell = gtk.CellRendererText()
+tvcolumn.pack_start(cell, True)
+tvcolumn.add_attribute(cell, 'text', 0)
+description = gtk.Label()
+vbox.pack_start(description, expand=False)
+bb = gtk.HButtonBox()
+about_btn = gtk.Button(stock=gtk.STOCK_ABOUT)
+about_btn.connect('clicked', about)
+download_btn = gtk.Button('Download')
+download_btn.connect('clicked', on_download_clicked)
+vbox.pack_start(bb, expand=False)
+	if sys.argv[1] in ('-c', '--cache'):
+		iview.comm.cache = True
+except IndexError:
+	pass
+	iview.comm.get_config()
+	load_programme()
+except urllib2.HTTPError, error:
+	message = gtk.MessageDialog(
+		parent=window,
+		type=gtk.MESSAGE_ERROR,
+		buttons=gtk.BUTTONS_CLOSE)
+	message.set_markup('<big><b>Download failed</b></big>\n\n' \
+		'Could not retrieve an important configuration file from iView.' \
+		' Please make sure you are connected to the Internet.\n\n' \
+		'If iView works fine in your web browser, then the iView API' \
+		' has most likely changed. Try and find an updated version of this'
+		' program, or contact the author.\n\n' \
+		'URL: %s' % error.url)
+	gtk.main_quit()
+	sys.exit(1)


+[Desktop Entry]
+Comment=Use ABC iView
+Exec=iview-gtk %U


+#!/usr/bin/env python
+"""	iView CGI script
+	This is a script that you can place within your cgi-bin directory to allow
+	you to download iView videos via HTTP. This is a fairly useless feature
+	by itself, but very handy if you are trying to integrate iView with a
+	system that needs to or prefers to download via HTTP.
+	Usage:
+		- place script in /usr/lib/cgi-bin or wherever your cgi-bin is
+		- request a video via HTTP:
+			$ wget http://localhost/cgi-bin/iview.cgi/730report_10_01_01.flv
+		- enjoy!
+	Note: if there is one thing going to go wrong with this script, it will be
+	that it can't find the iview include module. Make sure that either the
+	iview module is installed to the system (preferred), or the iview/
+	directory is also under cgi-bin.
+	Also, if there's the slightest chance somebody will be able to access this
+	script from a public address, it's probably a good idea to configure
+	your web server to restrict access to this script by IP address. Unless,
+	of course, you want your web server acting as an iView proxy, chewing up
+	bandwidth, violating copyright, getting your server taken down, etc.
+import os
+import sys
+import iview.comm
+import iview.fetch
+	url = os.environ['PATH_INFO'].split('/')[-1].split(' ')[0]
+except KeyError:
+	url = None
+# The above split(' ')[0] is called being paranoid about parameter injection.
+# Yes, iview.fetch doesn't call the shell (it uses execvp()), but you never
+# know how people are going to zombify this script. If iView ever starts using
+# spaces, I'll update this script.
+if url is None or len(url) <= 0:
+	print 'Content-type: text/plain\r'
+	print ''
+	print """iView CGI script
+To use this script, specify the video filename as a subdirectory of this script.
+For example:
+	print 'http://' + os.environ['HTTP_HOST'] + os.environ['SCRIPT_NAME'] + '/730report_10_01_01.flv'
+	sys.exit(0)
+print 'Content-type: video/x-flv\r'
+print '\r'
+sys.stdout.flush() # If this isn't included, Apache doesn't see our headers and
+                   # interprets rtmpdump output as HTTP headers.
+iview.fetch.fetch_program(url, execvp=True, dest_file='-')
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+import os
+import sys
+import config
+import parser
+import rc4
+# urllib2 is imported at end
+cache = False
+iview_config = None
+channels = None
+def fetch_url(url):
+	"""	Simple function that fetches a URL using urllib2.
+		An exception is raised if an error (e.g. 404) occurs.
+	"""
+	http = urllib2.urlopen(urllib2.Request(url, None, {'User-Agent' : config.user_agent}))
+	return
+def maybe_fetch(url):
+	"""	Only fetches a URL if it is not in the cache/ directory.
+		In practice, this is really bad, and only useful for saving
+		bandwidth when debugging. For one, it doesn't respect
+		HTTP's wishes. Also, iView, by its very nature, changes daily.
+	"""
+	if not cache:
+		return fetch_url(url)
+	if not os.path.isdir('cache'):
+		os.mkdir('cache')
+	filename = os.path.join('cache', url.split('/')[-1])
+	if os.path.isfile(filename):
+		f = open(filename, 'r')
+		data =
+		f.close()
+	else:
+		data = fetch_url(url)
+		f = open(filename, 'w')
+		f.write(data)
+		f.flush()
+		os.fsync(f.fileno())
+		f.close()
+	return data
+def get_config():
+	"""	This function fetches the iView "config". Among other things,
+		it tells us an always-metered "fallback" RTMP server, and points
+		us to many of iView's other XML files.
+	"""
+	global iview_config
+	iview_config = parser.parse_config(maybe_fetch(config.config_url))
+def get_auth():
+	""" This function performs an authentication handshake with iView.
+		Among other things, it tells us if the connection is unmetered,
+		and gives us a one-time token we need to use to speak RTSP with
+		ABC's servers, and tells us what the RTMP URL is.
+	"""
+	return parser.parse_auth(fetch_url(iview_config['auth_url']))
+def get_index():
+	"""	This function pulls in the index, which contains the TV series
+		that are available to us. The index is possibly encrypted, so we
+		must decrypt it here before passing it to the parser.
+	"""
+	index_data = maybe_fetch(iview_config['api_url'] + 'seriesIndex')
+	if config.use_encryption:
+		r = rc4.RC4(config.index_password)
+		# RC4 is bidirectional, no need to distinguish between 'encrypt'
+		# and 'decrypt'.
+		index_data = r.engine_crypt(r.hex_to_str(index_data))
+	return parser.parse_index(index_data)
+def get_series_items(series_id, get_meta=False):
+	"""	This function fetches the series detail page for the selected series,
+		which contain the items (i.e. the actual episodes).
+	"""
+	series_json = maybe_fetch(iview_config['api_url'] + 'series=%s' % series_id)
+	return parser.parse_series_items(series_json, get_meta)
+def get_captions(url):
+	"""	This function takes a program name (e.g. news/730report_100803) and
+		fetches the corresponding captions file. It then passes it to
+		parse_subtitle(), which converts it to SRT format.
+	"""
+	xml = maybe_fetch(config.captions_url % url)
+	return parser.parse_captions(xml)
+def configure_socks_proxy():
+	"""	Import the modules necessary to support usage of a SOCKS proxy
+		and configure it using the current settings in iview.config
+		NOTE: It would be safe to call this function multiple times
+		from, say, a GTK settings dialog
+	"""
+	try:
+		import socks
+		import socket
+		socket.socket = socks.socksocket
+	except:
+		print "The Python SOCKS client module is required for proxy support."
+		print "On Debian/Ubuntu this is provided by the python-socksipy package."
+		sys.exit(3)
+	socks.setdefaultproxy(socks.PROXY_TYPE_SOCKS5, config.socks_proxy_host, config.socks_proxy_port)
+if config.socks_proxy_host is not None:
+	configure_socks_proxy()
+# must be done after the (optional) SOCKS proxy is configured
+import urllib2


+import os
+version     = '0.2'
+api_version = 374
+# os.uname() is not available on Windows, so we make this optional.
+	uname = os.uname()
+	os_string = ' (%s %s %s)' % (uname[0], uname[2], uname[4])
+except AttributeError:
+	os_string = ' (non-Unix OS)'
+user_agent = 'Python-iView %s%s' % (version, os_string)
+config_url   = '' % api_version
+series_url   = ''
+captions_url = ''
+akamai_playpath_prefix = '/flash/playback/_definst_/'
+# Used for "SWF verification", a stream obfuscation technique
+swf_hash    = '96cc76f1d5385fb5cda6e2ce5c73323a399043d0bb6c687edd807e5c73c42b37'
+swf_size    = '2122'
+swf_url     = ''
+# Used for decrypting the obfuscated index.xml file -- uses the RC4 cipher
+index_password = 'wallace'
+use_encryption = False
+# Default configuration for SOCKS proxy.  If host is specified
+# as 'None' then no proxy will be used.  The default port number
+# will be used if only a host name is specified for the proxy.
+socks_proxy_host = None
+socks_proxy_port = 1080


+import config
+import comm
+import os
+import subprocess
+def get_filename(url):
+	return ''.join((
+		'.'.join(url.split('.')[:-1]).split('/')[-1],
+		'.flv',
+	))
+def rtmpdump(rtmp_url, rtmp_host, rtmp_app, rtmp_playpath, output_filename, resume=False, execvp=False):
+	executables = (
+			'rtmpdump',
+			'rtmpdump_x86',
+			'flvstreamer',
+			'flvstreamer_x86',
+		)
+	args = [
+			None, # Name of executable; written to later.
+			'--host', rtmp_host,
+			'--app',  rtmp_app,
+			'--playpath', rtmp_playpath,
+			'--swfhash',  config.swf_hash,
+			'--swfsize',  config.swf_size,
+			'--swfUrl',   config.swf_url,
+		#	'-V', # verbose
+			'-o', output_filename
+		]
+	if resume:
+		args.append('--resume')
+	if config.socks_proxy_host is not None:
+		args.append('--socks')
+		args.append(config.socks_proxy_host + ':' + str(config.socks_proxy_port))
+	for exec_attempt in executables:
+		print 'Starting %s...' % exec_attempt
+		args[0] = exec_attempt
+		try:
+			if execvp:
+				os.execvp(args[0], args)
+			else:
+				return subprocess.Popen(args, stderr=subprocess.PIPE)
+		except OSError:
+			print 'Could not load %s, trying another...' % exec_attempt
+			continue
+	print "It looks like you don't have a compatible downloader backend installed."
+	print "See the README file for more information about setting this up properly."
+	return False
+def fetch_program(url, execvp=False, dest_file=None):
+	if dest_file is None:
+		dest_file = get_filename(url)
+	if dest_file is not '-':
+		resume = os.path.isfile(dest_file)
+	else:
+		resume = False
+	auth = comm.get_auth()
+	ext = url.split('.')[-1]
+	url = '.'.join(url.split('.')[:-1]) # strip the extension (.flv or .mp4)
+	url = auth['playpath_prefix'] + url
+	if ext == 'mp4':
+		url = ''.join(('mp4:', url))
+	return rtmpdump(
+			auth['rtmp_url'],
+			auth['rtmp_host'],
+			auth['rtmp_app'] + '?auth=' + auth['token'],
+			url,
+			dest_file,
+			resume,
+			execvp
+		)


+import comm
+import config
+from BeautifulSoup import BeautifulStoneSoup
+	import json
+except ImportError:
+	import simplejson as json
+def parse_config(soup):
+	"""	There are lots of goodies in the config we get back from the ABC.
+		In particular, it gives us the URLs of all the other XML data we
+		need.
+	"""
+	soup = soup.replace('&amp;', '&#38;')
+	xml = BeautifulStoneSoup(soup)
+	# should look like "rtmp://"
+	rtmp_url = xml.find('param', attrs={'name':'server_streaming'}).get('value')
+	rtmp_chunks = rtmp_url.split('/')
+	return {
+		'rtmp_url'  : rtmp_url,
+		'rtmp_host' : rtmp_chunks[2],
+		'rtmp_app'  : rtmp_chunks[3],
+		'auth_url'  : xml.find('param', attrs={'name':'auth'}).get('value'),
+		'api_url' : xml.find('param', attrs={'name':'api'}).get('value'),
+		'categories_url' : xml.find('param', attrs={'name':'categories'}).get('value'),
+	}
+def parse_auth(soup):
+	"""	There are lots of goodies in the auth handshake we get back,
+		but the only ones we are interested in are the RTMP URL, the auth
+		token, and whether the connection is unmetered.
+	"""
+	xml = BeautifulStoneSoup(soup)
+	# should look like "rtmp://"
+	rtmp_url = xml.find('server').string
+	playpath_prefix = ''
+	if rtmp_url is not None:
+		# Being directed to a custom streaming server (i.e. for unmetered services).
+		# Currently this includes Hostworks for all unmetered ISPs except iiNet.
+		rtmp_chunks = rtmp_url.split('/')
+		rtmp_host = rtmp_chunks[2]
+		rtmp_app = rtmp_chunks[3]
+	else:
+		# We are a bland generic ISP using Akamai, or we are iiNet.
+		if not comm.iview_config:
+			comm.get_config()
+		playpath_prefix = config.akamai_playpath_prefix
+		rtmp_url  = comm.iview_config['rtmp_url']
+		rtmp_host = comm.iview_config['rtmp_host']
+		rtmp_app  = comm.iview_config['rtmp_app']
+	token = xml.find("token").string
+	token = token.replace('&amp;', '&') # work around BeautifulSoup bug
+	return {
+		'rtmp_url'        : rtmp_url,
+		'rtmp_host'       : rtmp_host,
+		'rtmp_app'        : rtmp_app,
+		'playpath_prefix' : playpath_prefix,
+		'token'           : token,
+		'free'            : (xml.find("free").string == "yes")
+	}
+def parse_index(soup):
+	"""	This function parses the index, which is an overall listing
+		of all programs available in iView. The index is divided into
+		'series' and 'items'. Series are things like 'beached az', while
+		items are things like 'beached az Episode 8'.
+	"""
+	index_json = json.loads(soup)
+	index_json.sort(key=lambda series: series['b']) # alphabetically sort by title
+	index_dict = []
+	for series in index_json:
+		# HACK: replace &amp; with & because HTML entities don't make
+		# the slightest bit of sense inside a JSON structure.
+		title = series['b'].replace('&amp;', '&')
+		index_dict.append({
+			'id'    : series['a'],
+			'title' : title,
+		})
+	return index_dict
+def parse_series_items(soup, get_meta=False):
+	series_json = json.loads(soup)
+	items = []
+	for item in series_json[0]['f']:
+		for optional_key in ('d', 'r', 's', 'l'):
+			try:
+				item[optional_key]
+			except KeyError:
+				item[optional_key] = ''
+		try:
+			items.append({
+				'id'          : item['a'],
+				'title'       : item['b'].replace('&amp;', '&'), # HACK. See comment in parse_index()
+				'description' : item['d'].replace('&amp;', '&'),
+				'url'         : item['n'],
+				'livestream'  : item['r'],
+				'thumb'       : item['s'],
+				'date'        : item['f'],
+				'home'        : item['l'], # program website
+			})
+		except KeyError:
+			print 'An item we parsed had some missing info, so we skipped an episode. Maybe the ABC changed their API recently?'
+	if get_meta:
+		meta = {
+			'id'    : series_json['a'],
+			'title' : series_json['b'],
+			'thumb' : series_json['d'],
+		}
+		return (items, meta)
+	else:
+		return items
+def parse_captions(soup):
+	"""	Converts custom iView captions into SRT format, usable in most
+		decent media players.
+	"""
+	xml = BeautifulStoneSoup(soup)
+	output = u''
+	i = 1
+	for title in xml.findAll('title'):
+		start = title['start']
+		ids = start.rfind(':')
+		end = title['end']
+		ide = end.rfind(':')
+		output = output + str(i) + u'\n'
+		output = output + start[:ids] + u',' + start[ids+1:] + u' --> ' + end[:ide] + ',' + end[ide+1:] + u'\n'
+		output = output + title.string.replace('|','\n') + u'\n\n'
+		i += 1
+	return output


+#!/usr/bin/env python
+__license__ = 'LGPL'
+# Portions of this library is Copyright (C) by the user 'Siph0n', which I found at:
+#   <> (retrieved 18 November 2009)
+# Licenced under the GNU LGPL. (No version specified.)
+class RC4:
+	def __init__(self, key = ""):
+		if key:
+			self._rc4_init(key)
+	def _rc4_init(self, key):
+		(self.x,self.y) = (0,0)
+		self.state_array = [i for i in xrange(0,256)]
+		for i in xrange(0,256):
+			self.x = ((ord(key[i%len(key)]) & 0xff) + self.state_array[i] + self.x) & 0xff
+			self.state_array[i], self.state_array[self.x] = self.state_array[self.x], self.state_array[i]
+		self.x = 0
+	def engine_crypt(self, input):
+		self.out = []
+		for i in xrange(0,len(input)):
+			self.x = (self.x + 1) & 0xff
+			self.y = (self.state_array[self.x] + self.y) & 0xff
+			self.state_array[self.x], self.state_array[self.y] = self.state_array[self.y], self.state_array[self.x]
+			self.out.append(chr((ord(input[i]) ^ self.state_array[(self.state_array[self.x] + self.state_array[self.y]) & 0xff])))
+		return "".join(self.out)
+	def hex_to_str(self, input):
+		codes = ''
+		i = 0
+		if input[0] == '0' and input[1] == 'x': # starts with '0x'
+			i = 2
+		while i < len(input):
+			codes = ''.join((codes, chr(int(input[i] + input[i+1], 16)))) # 16 = base 16, i.e. hex
+			i += 2
+		return codes


+from distutils.core import setup
+import iview.config
+	name='iview',
+	version=iview.config.version,
+	packages=['iview'],
+	data_files=[
+			('/usr/bin', ['iview-cli', 'iview-gtk']),
+			('/usr/share/applications', ['iview-gtk.desktop']),
+		],
+	)
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