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README.rst

comics

comics is a web comics aggregator. Out of the box it can crawl and archive about two hundred comics every day. The comics are made available through an easy to use web interface were users can build personalized collections of their favorite comics, and then read them on the site or export them using feeds.

Adding a new comic to your installation requires only the addition of a single Python file with some metadata and a few lines of code. To make crawler development easy, comics comes with both documentation and powerful APIs for crawling web sites and feeds.

comics runs on Python and Django. It is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License version 3.

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