Forked from https://github.com/unimauro/Springer202004Books . "As part of its response to COVID-19, Springer has made available several text books for free download." This script automatically download those books.
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### Download Springer Books
### Corona Virus Time
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### [email protected]
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### GPL 3.0 v
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### 27/04/2020
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import PyPDF2
import urllib3
import os
import wget
def download_book_from_page(page_url):
http = urllib3.PoolManager()
res = http.request('GET', page_url)
title = ''.join(res.data.decode('utf-8').split('h1')[1].split('>')[1].split('<')[0].split('/')[0])+".pdf"
# skip books already downloaded
if os.path.isfile(title):
return
download_url = "https://link.springer.com/content/"+res.data.decode('utf-8').split('Download book PDF')[0].split('content/')[1].split('title')[0].split('.pdf')[0]+".pdf"
wget.download(download_url, title)
def process_books_in_pdf(pdf):
for i in range(0, pdf.numPages):
lines = pdf.getPage(i).extractText().split('\n')
i = 0
no_of_lines = len(lines)
while i < no_of_lines:
if lines[i].startswith("http://"):
# changing protocol from http to https
url = "https://"+lines[i][7:]
print(url)
try:
download_book_from_page(url)
except:
print("Error while downloading, trying again.")
continue
i += 1
def main():
file = open('Spring.pdf', 'rb')
pdf = PyPDF2.PdfFileReader(file)
process_books_in_pdf(pdf)
main()