An experiment using the peerflix module of nodejs and connecting a bunch of APIs.
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Latest commit 2ec6c74 Mar 15, 2014 @gpt-modules gpt-modules Update README.md

README.md

#Popcorn time Dependency Status

Goodbye

Update 15 March 2014 : Sorry friends, but we removed issue tracking because it was being used to link elsewhere.

Idea

To allow any computer user to watch movies easily streaming from torrents, without any particular knowledge.

Demo Screenshot

Status

Under development (RC1) for Mac OSX - Windows - Linux.

APIs

Currently used:

In discussion:

Building

Dependencies

You will need nodejs and grunt:

$ npm install -g grunt-cli

Build

Install the node modules:

$ npm install

Build with:

$ grunt nodewkbuild

By default it will build for your current platform however you can control that by specifying a comma separated list of platforms in the platforms option to grunt:

$ grunt nodewkbuild --platforms=linux32,linux64,mac,win

You can also build for all platforms with:

$ grunt nodewkbuild --platforms=all

Any problem?

Regarding superagent dependency

Due to wrong browser verification on a dependency, this hard fix must be applied. Replace node_modules/moviedb/node_modules/superagent/index.js contents with:

// if (typeof window != 'undefined') {
//   module.exports = require('./lib/superagent');
// } else if (process.env.SUPERAGENT_COV) {
//   module.exports = require('./lib-cov/node');
// } else {
  module.exports = require('./lib/node');
// }

Regarding Video, MP4 H264 Playback

Development

  • Run compass watch in Terminal for CSS compiling and listen to future changes.
  • How to build with SublimeText
  • Currently Gaze to watch all files and reload the app is disabled due to memory leaks and unstability.
  • Run node-webkit from the root directory with --debug to enable debugging mode like so node-webkit . --debug