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README.md

Lbry

LBRY is an open-source protocol providing distribution, discovery, and purchase of digital content (data) via a decentralized network. Ruby wrapper for LBRY and LBRYcrd APIs

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'lbry'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install lbry

Usage

All methods listed on Lbry API doc are working here and they have the same name and accept the same arguments, for example to call the method get example from the api doc: curl 'http://localhost:5279' --data '{"method":"get","params":{"uri":"what"} }', here you will need to do this

client = Lbry::Client.new
client.get(uri: "what") =>
 => #<OpenStruct id=nil, jsonrpc="2.0", result=#<OpenStruct blobs_completed=76, blobs_in_stream=76, channel_claim_id=nil, channel_name=nil, claim_id="6769855a9aa43b67086f9ff3c1a5bacb5698a27a", claim_name="what", completed=true, download_directory="/home/r1/Downloads", download_path="/home/r1/Downloads/LBRY100.mp4", file_name="LBRY100.mp4", key="0edc1705489d7a2b2bcad3fea7e5ce92", metadata=#<OpenStruct author="Samuel Bryan", description="What is LBRY? An introduction with Alex Tabarrok", language="en", license="LBRY inc", licenseUrl="", nsfw=false, preview="", thumbnail="https://s3.amazonaws.com/files.lbry.io/logo.png", title="What is LBRY?", version="_0_1_0">, mime_type="video/mp4", nout=0, outpoint="6c71c02c4990ce0590f6888a77ad11f1ae45486f6a4c56d5013954ee8f6356bc:0", points_paid=0.0, sd_hash="d5169241150022f996fa7cd6a9a1c421937276a3275eb912790bd07ba7aec1fac5fd45431d226b8fb402691e79aeb24b", status="completed", stopped=true, stream_hash="9f41e37b1ea706d1b431a65f634b89c5aadefb106280da3661e4d565d47bc938a345755cafb2af807bcfc9fbde3306e3", stream_name="LBRY100.mp4", suggested_file_name="LBRY100.mp4", total_bytes=158433904, txid="6c71c02c4990ce0590f6888a77ad11f1ae45486f6a4c56d5013954ee8f6356bc", written_bytes=158433824>> 

Example on how to get a list of claims:

client = Lbry::Client.new
response = client.claim_list(name: "lbry")
claims = response.result.claims # array of claims
claims.first => #<OpenStruct address="bTzDhXE4vK6fLqU9LSVgrBGYhxuSj8spH8", amount=1.0, claim_id="2c63bcc26eb26d60e91fe99cd972e38bb64b3401", claim_sequence=15, decoded_claim=true, depth=232551, effective_amount=1.0, has_signature=false, height=147432, hex="080110011adc010801129401080410011a0d57686174206973204c4252593f223057686174206973204c4252593f20416e20696e74726f64756374696f6e207769746820416c6578205461626172726f6b2a0c53616d75656c20427279616e32084c42525920696e6338004a2f68747470733a2f2f73332e616d617a6f6e6177732e636f6d2f66696c65732e6c6272792e696f2f6c6f676f2e706e6752005a001a41080110011a30e3bcfb59a97efd76d5ce7533ff9aae8ad565df4b8d10db32b7296b07d2a3fbd41ba99c439cc972b567323fc97132041d2209766964656f2f6d7034", name="lbry", nout=0, permanent_url="lbry#2c63bcc26eb26d60e91fe99cd972e38bb64b3401", supports=[], txid="32b2c71eb1edb47dfa1b9b645c35fa5a4fdc77b4d4eada08d747e21f3f0871a7", valid_at_height=150075, value=#<OpenStruct claimType="streamType", stream=#<OpenStruct metadata=#<OpenStruct author="Samuel Bryan", description="What is LBRY? An introduction with Alex Tabarrok", language="en", license="LBRY inc", licenseUrl="", nsfw=false, preview="", thumbnail="https://s3.amazonaws.com/files.lbry.io/logo.png", title="What is LBRY?", version="_0_1_0">, source=#<OpenStruct contentType="video/mp4", source="e3bcfb59a97efd76d5ce7533ff9aae8ad565df4b8d10db32b7296b07d2a3fbd41ba99c439cc972b567323fc97132041d", sourceType="lbry_sd_hash", version="_0_0_1">, version="_0_0_1">, version="_0_0_1">> 

You can also look under `test/fixtures/[method_name]/ to see how the response looks like.

You can get the list of supported methods here and the API doc here, on the original API DOC you can see the list of arguments needed for each method call.

Development

After checking out the repo, run bin/setup to install dependencies. Then, run rake test to run the tests. You can also run bin/console for an interactive prompt that will allow you to experiment.

To install this gem onto your local machine, run bundle exec rake install. To release a new version, update the version number in version.rb, and then run bundle exec rake release, which will create a git tag for the version, push git commits and tags, and push the .gem file to rubygems.org.

Contributing

Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/dan1d/lbry.

License

The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.