Danbooru client An application to access posts and images on the popular, Danbooru-based image boards, written using PyQt and PyKDE.
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Danbooru Client - v.0.5.1

Danbooru Client is an application to access Danbooru based image boards (link), using their REST API. This means the ability of viewing and downloading images without using a browser. 


- KDE 4.3
- PyKDE 4 (tested with PyKDE 4.3)
- PyQt 4 - at least version 4.5
- Python 2.5 or newer


Danbooru Client uses CMake. Unfortunately, due to the way CMake works, it requires a working compiler and the KDE 4 development headers installed. 
To install, issue the following commands in the source directory:

mkdir build; cd build
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=`kde4-config --prefix`

Followed by "make install" as root (or using sudo)

This will install Danbooru Client in your system KDE install.

Known limitations

- Currently you can only download or view only one image at a time. Such a limitation will be removed in the future.
- You cannot retrieve more than 100 posts. This is a forced limit in the Danbooru API. However, you can use pagination ("More results" button) to work around this limitation.
- There is no way to blacklist images based on rating. Again, this is a limit of the Danbooru API

Credits and license

Danbooru Client was written by Luca Beltrame. The logo was made by Melissa Adkins. 
The program is distributed under the terms of GNU GPL, version 2 or later. See the COPYING file for license information.