Added platform-independent support allowing per-user configuration.
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MemeGrab Coded by Josh Roppo https://github.com/Ropes email@example.com The site QuickMeme uses an annoying transparency block to make it difficult to download the raw image. This python script will take the link to a quickmeme image page and download the raw image to the specified directory. If no directory has been specified they will download to the current folder. Usage via command line-- Run using Python 2.7.2, is not compatible with Python3 due to library changes. Simply download image(For now): ./memegrab.py <url to image page, tiny links work as well!> Set download directory(Creates setup.txt to store directory info for later use): ./memegrab.py -todir <Full directory path, recommend use 'pwd'> Download a quickmeme image(Simple setup for inclusion of other sites): ./memegrab.py -qm <image page url>