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       podracer - A podcast aggregator with BitTorrent support


       podracer [-c|-catchup|--catchup|catchup]
       podracer [-v|-version|--version|version]


       Podracer  is  a podcast downloader.  It takes a file with the URLs to all your podcast rss
       feeds and goes and gets the mp3s and stores them in a specified location.  It  is  a  BASH
       script with an internal BitTorrent downloader written in Python.


       -c, -catchup, --catchup, catchup
              Run  podracer  in  catchup  mode.  RSS feeds are retrieved and their enclosures are
              reported to the user´s log, but no podcasts are downloaded.

       -v, -version, --version, version
              Show Podracer version information and exit.


       Podcast subscriptions are stored in a file typically named ~/.podracer/subscriptions.

       Each line of the subscription file consists of a URL to a podcast feed and its
              optional corresponding download directory name separated by a space  or  tab.   Any
              line  that  is  blank  or  that does not begin with a URL or the absolute path to a
              local file  name  is  ignored.   If  a  download  directory  is  specified  in  the
              subscription  file,  it will be created under the directory specified by the poddir
              config option.  If no download directory is specified, the  shows  will  be  stored
              directly in poddir.

       A sample subscription file is included with Podracer, and can be created in a
              user´s directory when running Podracer for the first time.


       Podracer  and  its  man page are written by Lorenzo Taylor <>.
       See the CREDITS file for other contributors.


       Podracer may be freely used, distributed and modified subject to  the  terms  of  the  MIT
       License.  See LICENSE for details.