cclive is a tool for downloading media from YouTube and similar websites. It has a low memory footprint compared to other existing tools. cclive works closely with the quvi project to work around to the flash technology that is being utilized by different media hosts to deliver the content.
0.7 is the current stable. 0.9 is the current unstable.
- Long-term goals
Maintain the 0.7 series. Develop the 0.9 series which will ultimately graduate as the next stable (1.0) replacing the 0.7 series.
For building instructions, see the Documentation section.
The repository contains the maint, the maint-0.7, the next and the master branches. See the Contributing page for more information about the existing branches.
|The repositories contain the skeleton code only, this means you need to run bootstrap.sh after you have cloned the repository, see the README file for additional instructions and notes|
|cclive-np.git holds misc. files related to the cclive project, including this website|
Report bugs to the cclive-devel mailing list where the development and the maintenance is primarily done. You do not have to be subscribed to the list to send a message there. In the bug report, include:
The version of libquvi(3), libquvi-scripts(7) and cclive(1):
$ cclive --version
How to reproduce the bug (in steps)
The exact text that was printed out (e.g. if a crash)
Anything else you think is relevant
See also the contributor guidelines, if you have written a patch.
$ man 1 cclive
Also recommended reading are the libquvi(-scripts) manpages:
$ man 7 libquvi-scripts $ man 3 libquvi
HOWTO: Compile on GNU/Linux