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This packages allows you to easy access publicly available data from IMDB.
IMDB currently features the following:
Querying details movie info
Searching for movies
Command-line utility included.
i = Imdb::Movie.new("0095016") i.title #=> "Die Hard" i.cast_member.first #=> "Bruce Willis"
i = Imdb::Search.new("Star Trek") i.movies.size #=> 97
Using the command line utility is quite easy:
$ imdb Star Trek
or to get movie info
$ imdb 0095016
All required gems are installed automagically through RubyGems.
$ sudo gem install imdb -s http://gemcutter.org
You'll need rspec and fakeweb installed to run the specs. Y
$ gem install rspec fakeweb $ rake spec
Although not recommended, you may run the specs against the live imdb.com website. This will make a lot of calls to imdb.com, use it wisely.
$ LIVE_TEST=true rake spec
To update the packaged fixtures files with actual imdb.com samples, use the fixtures:refresh rake task
$ rake fixtures:refresh
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Copyright © 2009 Ariejan de Vroom
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