Given a URL of a photo gallery, this downloads the largest versions of all of the photos.
- Google Drive
- SF Weekly (and related sites)
and sites using SmugMug or Zen Folio
Tested 2016-03-18 on Lubuntu - Tested and works for instagram, but I couldn't get proper filenames.
\sudo \apt-get install libjson-perl
.. this didn't help.
Maybe I can install the cpan module myself. I haven't done this in so long that I had to look it up. Perhaps the fucktardedly-verbose error message should have given a hint.
(then I pressed
<enter> a bunch of times)
I was given a
cpan> prompt, and I decided to blindly do
install JSON::Any. It seemed to work after restarting my shell.
This did not work with https://www.instagram.com/example/
It just gave me a bunch of garbage files. Examining its source code, I saw a recommendation for exiftool.
\sudo \apt-get install libimage-exiftool-perl
This didn't change anything. I am left with a bunch of files like:
001.2 002.2 003.2 004.l 005.2 006.l 007.l 008.2 009.l 010.2 011.2 012.2 013.2 014.l 015.l 016.l 017.l 018.l 019.l 020.l 021.2
I could rename them and view them, so this is some issue with exiftools I guess. I did not investigate further.