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RipMe is an album ripper for various websites. It is a cross-platform tool that runs on your computer, and requires Java 8. RipMe has been tested and confirmed working on Windows, Linux and MacOS.
ripme.jar from the latest release.
Note: If you're currently using version 1.2.x, 1.3.x or 1.7.49, you will not automatically get updates to the newest versions. We recommend downloading the latest version from the link above.
For information about running the
.jar file, see the How To Run wiki.
On macOS, there is a cask.
brew install --cask ripme && xattr -d com.apple.quarantine /Applications/ripme.jar
- Quickly downloads all images in an online album. See supported sites
- Easily re-rip albums to fetch new content
- Built in updater
- Skips already downloaded images by default
- Can auto skip e-hentai and nhentai albums containing certain tags. See here for how to enable
- Download a range of urls. See here for how
List of Supported Sites
Request support for more sites by adding a comment to this Github issue.
If you're a developer, you can add your own Ripper by following the wiki guide: How To Create A Ripper for HTML Websites.
Compiling & Building
mvn clean compile assembly:single mvn -B package assembly:single -Dmaven.test.skip=true
./gradlew clean build ./gradlew clean build -x test --warning-mode all
This will include all dependencies in the JAR. One can skip executing the tests as well.
Tests can be marked as beeing slow, or flaky. Default is to run all but the flaky tests. Slow tests can be excluded to run. slow and flaky tests can be run on its own. After building you can run tests, quoting might be necessary depending on your shell:
mvn test mvn test -DexcludedGroups= -Dgroups=flaky,slow mvn test '-Dgroups=!slow'
./gradlew test ./gradlew test -DexcludeTags= -DincludeTags=flaky,slow ./gradlew test '-DincludeTags=!slow'
Please note that some tests may fail as sites change and our rippers become out of date. Start by building and testing a released version of RipMe and then ensure that any changes you make do not cause more tests to break.