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  1. 4
      CONTRIBUTING.md
  2. 32
      README.md
  3. 8
      pyinst.py
  4. 2
      yt_dlp/YoutubeDL.py
  5. 2
      yt_dlp/extractor/sendtonews.py
  6. 64
      yt_dlp/jsinterp.py
  7. 4
      yt_dlp/options.py

4
CONTRIBUTING.md

@ -215,7 +215,7 @@ After you have ensured this site is distributing its content legally, you can fo
$ flake8 yt_dlp/extractor/yourextractor.py
1. Make sure your code works under all [Python](https://www.python.org/) versions supported by yt-dlp, namely CPython and PyPy for Python 3.6 and above. Backward compatability is not required for even older versions of Python.
1. Make sure your code works under all [Python](https://www.python.org/) versions supported by yt-dlp, namely CPython and PyPy for Python 3.6 and above. Backward compatibility is not required for even older versions of Python.
1. When the tests pass, [add](https://git-scm.com/docs/git-add) the new files, [commit](https://git-scm.com/docs/git-commit) them and [push](https://git-scm.com/docs/git-push) the result, like this:
$ git add yt_dlp/extractor/extractors.py
@ -243,7 +243,7 @@ For extraction to work yt-dlp relies on metadata your extractor extracts and pro
- `title` (media title)
- `url` (media download URL) or `formats`
The aforementioned metafields are the critical data that the extraction does not make any sense without and if any of them fail to be extracted then the extractor is considered completely broken. While, in fact, only `id` is technically mandatory, due to compatability reasons, yt-dlp also treats `title` as mandatory. The extractor is allowed to return the info dict without url or formats in some special cases if it allows the user to extract usefull information with `--ignore-no-formats-error` - Eg: when the video is a live stream that has not started yet.
The aforementioned metafields are the critical data that the extraction does not make any sense without and if any of them fail to be extracted then the extractor is considered completely broken. While, in fact, only `id` is technically mandatory, due to compatibility reasons, yt-dlp also treats `title` as mandatory. The extractor is allowed to return the info dict without url or formats in some special cases if it allows the user to extract usefull information with `--ignore-no-formats-error` - Eg: when the video is a live stream that has not started yet.
[Any field](yt_dlp/extractor/common.py#219-L426) apart from the aforementioned ones are considered **optional**. That means that extraction should be **tolerant** to situations when sources for these fields can potentially be unavailable (even if they are always available at the moment) and **future-proof** in order not to break the extraction of general purpose mandatory fields.

32
README.md

@ -97,7 +97,7 @@ yt-dlp is a [youtube-dl](https://github.com/ytdl-org/youtube-dl) fork based on t
* **Aria2c with HLS/DASH**: You can use `aria2c` as the external downloader for DASH(mpd) and HLS(m3u8) formats
* **New and fixed extractors**: Many new extractors have been added and a lot of exisiting ones have been fixed. See the [changelog](Changelog.md) or the [list of supported sites](supportedsites.md)
* **New and fixed extractors**: Many new extractors have been added and a lot of existing ones have been fixed. See the [changelog](Changelog.md) or the [list of supported sites](supportedsites.md)
* **New MSOs**: Philo, Spectrum, SlingTV, Cablevision, RCN
@ -127,7 +127,7 @@ Some of yt-dlp's default options are different from that of youtube-dl and youtu
* `avconv` is not supported as as an alternative to `ffmpeg`
* The default [output template](#output-template) is `%(title)s [%(id)s].%(ext)s`. There is no real reason for this change. This was changed before yt-dlp was ever made public and now there are no plans to change it back to `%(title)s-%(id)s.%(ext)s`. Instead, you may use `--compat-options filename`
* The default [format sorting](#sorting-formats) is different from youtube-dl and prefers higher resolution and better codecs rather than higher bitrates. You can use the `--format-sort` option to change this to any order you prefer, or use `--compat-options format-sort` to use youtube-dl's sorting order
* The default format selector is `bv*+ba/b`. This means that if a combined video + audio format that is better than the best video-only format is found, the former will be prefered. Use `-f bv+ba/b` or `--compat-options format-spec` to revert this
* The default format selector is `bv*+ba/b`. This means that if a combined video + audio format that is better than the best video-only format is found, the former will be preferred. Use `-f bv+ba/b` or `--compat-options format-spec` to revert this
* Unlike youtube-dlc, yt-dlp does not allow merging multiple audio/video streams into one file by default (since this conflicts with the use of `-f bv*+ba`). If needed, this feature must be enabled using `--audio-multistreams` and `--video-multistreams`. You can also use `--compat-options multistreams` to enable both
* `--ignore-errors` is enabled by default. Use `--abort-on-error` or `--compat-options abort-on-error` to abort on errors instead
* When writing metadata files such as thumbnails, description or infojson, the same information (if available) is also written for playlists. Use `--no-write-playlist-metafiles` or `--compat-options no-playlist-metafiles` to not write these files
@ -142,7 +142,7 @@ Some of yt-dlp's default options are different from that of youtube-dl and youtu
* If `ffmpeg` is used as the downloader, the downloading and merging of formats happen in a single step when possible. Use `--compat-options no-direct-merge` to revert this
* Thumbnail embedding in `mp4` is done with mutagen if possible. Use `--compat-options embed-thumbnail-atomicparsley` to force the use of AtomicParsley instead
* Some private fields such as filenames are removed by default from the infojson. Use `--no-clean-infojson` or `--compat-options no-clean-infojson` to revert this
* When `--embed-subs` and `--write-subs` are used together, the subtitles are written to disk and also embedded in the media file. You can use just `--embed-subs` to embed the subs and automatically delete the seperate file. See [#630 (comment)](https://github.com/yt-dlp/yt-dlp/issues/630#issuecomment-893659460) for more info. `--compat-options no-keep-subs` can be used to revert this
* When `--embed-subs` and `--write-subs` are used together, the subtitles are written to disk and also embedded in the media file. You can use just `--embed-subs` to embed the subs and automatically delete the separate file. See [#630 (comment)](https://github.com/yt-dlp/yt-dlp/issues/630#issuecomment-893659460) for more info. `--compat-options no-keep-subs` can be used to revert this
For ease of use, a few more compat options are available:
* `--compat-options all`: Use all compat options
@ -248,9 +248,9 @@ Python versions 3.6+ (CPython and PyPy) are supported. Other versions and implem
On windows, [Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86)](https://download.microsoft.com/download/1/6/5/165255E7-1014-4D0A-B094-B6A430A6BFFC/vcredist_x86.exe) is also necessary to run yt-dlp. You probably already have this, but if the executable throws an error due to missing `MSVCR100.dll` you need to install it manually.
-->
While all the other dependancies are optional, `ffmpeg` and `ffprobe` are highly recommended
While all the other dependencies are optional, `ffmpeg` and `ffprobe` are highly recommended
* [**ffmpeg** and **ffprobe**](https://www.ffmpeg.org) - Required for [merging seperate video and audio files](#format-selection) as well as for various [post-processing](#post-processing-options) tasks. Licence [depends on the build](https://www.ffmpeg.org/legal.html)
* [**ffmpeg** and **ffprobe**](https://www.ffmpeg.org) - Required for [merging separate video and audio files](#format-selection) as well as for various [post-processing](#post-processing-options) tasks. Licence [depends on the build](https://www.ffmpeg.org/legal.html)
* [**mutagen**](https://github.com/quodlibet/mutagen) - For embedding thumbnail in certain formats. Licensed under [GPLv2+](https://github.com/quodlibet/mutagen/blob/master/COPYING)
* [**pycryptodomex**](https://github.com/Legrandin/pycryptodome) - For decrypting AES-128 HLS streams and various other data. Licensed under [BSD2](https://github.com/Legrandin/pycryptodome/blob/master/LICENSE.rst)
* [**websockets**](https://github.com/aaugustin/websockets) - For downloading over websocket. Licensed under [BSD3](https://github.com/aaugustin/websockets/blob/main/LICENSE)
@ -266,7 +266,7 @@ To use or redistribute the dependencies, you must agree to their respective lice
The Windows and MacOS standalone release binaries are already built with the python interpreter, mutagen, pycryptodomex and websockets included.
**Note**: There are some regressions in newer ffmpeg versions that causes various issues when used alongside yt-dlp. Since ffmpeg is such an important dependancy, we provide [custom builds](https://github.com/yt-dlp/FFmpeg-Builds/wiki/Latest#latest-autobuilds) with patches for these issues at [yt-dlp/FFmpeg-Builds](https://github.com/yt-dlp/FFmpeg-Builds). See [the readme](https://github.com/yt-dlp/FFmpeg-Builds#patches-applied) for details on the specifc issues solved by these builds
**Note**: There are some regressions in newer ffmpeg versions that causes various issues when used alongside yt-dlp. Since ffmpeg is such an important dependency, we provide [custom builds](https://github.com/yt-dlp/FFmpeg-Builds/wiki/Latest#latest-autobuilds) with patches for these issues at [yt-dlp/FFmpeg-Builds](https://github.com/yt-dlp/FFmpeg-Builds). See [the readme](https://github.com/yt-dlp/FFmpeg-Builds#patches-applied) for details on the specific issues solved by these builds
## COMPILE
@ -924,7 +924,7 @@ You can also fork the project on github and run your fork's [build workflow](.gi
(default)
--force-keyframes-at-cuts Force keyframes around the chapters before
removing/splitting them. Requires a
reencode and thus is very slow, but the
re-encode and thus is very slow, but the
resulting video may have fewer artifacts
around the cuts
--no-force-keyframes-at-cuts Do not force keyframes around the chapters
@ -932,7 +932,7 @@ You can also fork the project on github and run your fork's [build workflow](.gi
--use-postprocessor NAME[:ARGS] The (case sensitive) name of plugin
postprocessors to be enabled, and
(optionally) arguments to be passed to it,
seperated by a colon ":". ARGS are a
separated by a colon ":". ARGS are a
semicolon ";" delimited list of NAME=VALUE.
The "when" argument determines when the
postprocessor is invoked. It can be one of
@ -1074,13 +1074,13 @@ The field names themselves (the part inside the parenthesis) can also have some
1. **Date/time Formatting**: Date/time fields can be formatted according to [strftime formatting](https://docs.python.org/3/library/datetime.html#strftime-and-strptime-format-codes) by specifying it separated from the field name using a `>`. Eg: `%(duration>%H-%M-%S)s`, `%(upload_date>%Y-%m-%d)s`, `%(epoch-3600>%H-%M-%S)s`
1. **Alternatives**: Alternate fields can be specified seperated with a `,`. Eg: `%(release_date>%Y,upload_date>%Y|Unknown)s`
1. **Alternatives**: Alternate fields can be specified separated with a `,`. Eg: `%(release_date>%Y,upload_date>%Y|Unknown)s`
1. **Replacement**: A replacement value can specified using a `&` separator. If the field is *not* empty, this replacement value will be used instead of the actual field content. This is done after alternate fields are considered; thus the replacement is used if *any* of the alternative fields is *not* empty.
1. **Default**: A literal default value can be specified for when the field is empty using a `|` seperator. This overrides `--output-na-template`. Eg: `%(uploader|Unknown)s`
1. **Default**: A literal default value can be specified for when the field is empty using a `|` separator. This overrides `--output-na-template`. Eg: `%(uploader|Unknown)s`
1. **More Conversions**: In addition to the normal format types `diouxXeEfFgGcrs`, `B`, `j`, `l`, `q` can be used for converting to **B**ytes, **j**son (flag `#` for pretty-printing), a comma seperated **l**ist (flag `#` for `\n` newline-seperated) and a string **q**uoted for the terminal (flag `#` to split a list into different arguments), respectively
1. **More Conversions**: In addition to the normal format types `diouxXeEfFgGcrs`, `B`, `j`, `l`, `q` can be used for converting to **B**ytes, **j**son (flag `#` for pretty-printing), a comma separated **l**ist (flag `#` for `\n` newline-separated) and a string **q**uoted for the terminal (flag `#` to split a list into different arguments), respectively
1. **Unicode normalization**: The format type `U` can be used for NFC [unicode normalization](https://docs.python.org/3/library/unicodedata.html#unicodedata.normalize). The alternate form flag (`#`) changes the normalization to NFD and the conversion flag `+` can be used for NFKC/NFKD compatibility equivalence normalization. Eg: `%(title)+.100U` is NFKC
@ -1365,7 +1365,7 @@ The available fields are:
- `vcodec`: Video Codec (`av01` > `vp9.2` > `vp9` > `h265` > `h264` > `vp8` > `h263` > `theora` > other > unknown)
- `acodec`: Audio Codec (`opus` > `vorbis` > `aac` > `mp4a` > `mp3` > `eac3` > `ac3` > `dts` > other > unknown)
- `codec`: Equivalent to `vcodec,acodec`
- `vext`: Video Extension (`mp4` > `webm` > `flv` > other > unknown). If `--prefer-free-formats` is used, `webm` is prefered.
- `vext`: Video Extension (`mp4` > `webm` > `flv` > other > unknown). If `--prefer-free-formats` is used, `webm` is preferred.
- `aext`: Audio Extension (`m4a` > `aac` > `mp3` > `ogg` > `opus` > `webm` > other > unknown). If `--prefer-free-formats` is used, the order changes to `opus` > `ogg` > `webm` > `m4a` > `mp3` > `aac`.
- `ext`: Equivalent to `vext,aext`
- `filesize`: Exact filesize, if known in advance
@ -1388,7 +1388,7 @@ All fields, unless specified otherwise, are sorted in descending order. To rever
The fields `hasvid` and `ie_pref` are always given highest priority in sorting, irrespective of the user-defined order. This behaviour can be changed by using `--format-sort-force`. Apart from these, the default order used is: `lang,quality,res,fps,hdr:12,codec:vp9.2,size,br,asr,proto,ext,hasaud,source,id`. The extractors may override this default order, but they cannot override the user-provided order.
Note that the default has `codec:vp9.2`; i.e. `av1` is not prefered. Similarly, the default for hdr is `hdr:12`; i.e. dolby vision is not prefered. These choices are made since DV and AV1 formats are not yet fully compatible with most devices. This may be changed in the future as more devices become capable of smoothly playing back these formats.
Note that the default has `codec:vp9.2`; i.e. `av1` is not preferred. Similarly, the default for hdr is `hdr:12`; i.e. dolby vision is not preferred. These choices are made since DV and AV1 formats are not yet fully compatible with most devices. This may be changed in the future as more devices become capable of smoothly playing back these formats.
If your format selector is `worst`, the last item is selected after sorting. This means it will select the format that is worst in all respects. Most of the time, what you actually want is the video with the smallest filesize instead. So it is generally better to use `-f best -S +size,+br,+res,+fps`.
@ -1587,7 +1587,7 @@ The following extractors use this feature:
* `player_skip`: Skip some network requests that are generally needed for robust extraction. One or more of `configs` (skip client configs), `webpage` (skip initial webpage), `js` (skip js player). While these options can help reduce the number of requests needed or avoid some rate-limiting, they could cause some issues. See [#860](https://github.com/yt-dlp/yt-dlp/pull/860) for more details
* `include_live_dash`: Include live dash formats (These formats don't download properly)
* `comment_sort`: `top` or `new` (default) - choose comment sorting mode (on YouTube's side)
* `max_comments`: Limit the amount of comments to gather. Comma-seperated list of integers representing `max-comments,max-parents,max-replies,max-replies-per-thread`. Default is `all,all,all,all`.
* `max_comments`: Limit the amount of comments to gather. Comma-separated list of integers representing `max-comments,max-parents,max-replies,max-replies-per-thread`. Default is `all,all,all,all`.
* E.g. `all,all,1000,10` will get a maximum of 1000 replies total, with up to 10 replies per thread. `1000,all,100` will get a maximum of 1000 comments, with a maximum of 100 replies total.
* `max_comment_depth` Maximum depth for nested comments. YouTube supports depths 1 or 2 (default)
* **Deprecated**: Set `max-replies` to `0` or `all` in `max_comments` instead (e.g. `max_comments=all,all,0` to get no replies)
@ -1655,7 +1655,7 @@ import yt_dlp
class MyLogger:
def debug(self, msg):
# For compatability with youtube-dl, both debug and info are passed into debug
# For compatibility with youtube-dl, both debug and info are passed into debug
# You can distinguish them by the prefix '[debug] '
if msg.startswith('[debug] '):
pass
@ -1708,7 +1708,7 @@ def format_selector(ctx):
'format_id': f'{best_video["format_id"]}+{best_audio["format_id"]}',
'ext': best_video['ext'],
'requested_formats': [best_video, best_audio],
# Must be + seperated list of protocols
# Must be + separated list of protocols
'protocol': f'{best_video["protocol"]}+{best_audio["protocol"]}'
}

8
pyinst.py

@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ def main():
'--icon=devscripts/logo.ico',
'--upx-exclude=vcruntime140.dll',
'--noconfirm',
*dependancy_options(),
*dependency_options(),
*opts,
'yt_dlp/__main__.py',
]
@ -73,11 +73,11 @@ def version_to_list(version):
return list(map(int, version_list)) + [0] * (4 - len(version_list))
def dependancy_options():
dependancies = [pycryptodome_module(), 'mutagen'] + collect_submodules('websockets')
def dependency_options():
dependencies = [pycryptodome_module(), 'mutagen'] + collect_submodules('websockets')
excluded_modules = ['test', 'ytdlp_plugins', 'youtube-dl', 'youtube-dlc']
yield from (f'--hidden-import={module}' for module in dependancies)
yield from (f'--hidden-import={module}' for module in dependencies)
yield from (f'--exclude-module={module}' for module in excluded_modules)

2
yt_dlp/YoutubeDL.py

@ -2730,7 +2730,7 @@ class YoutubeDL(object):
_infojson_written = self._write_info_json('video', info_dict, infofn)
if _infojson_written:
info_dict['infojson_filename'] = infofn
# For backward compatability, even though it was a private field
# For backward compatibility, even though it was a private field
info_dict['__infojson_filename'] = infofn
elif _infojson_written is None:
return

2
yt_dlp/extractor/sendtonews.py

@ -80,7 +80,7 @@ class SendtoNewsIE(InfoExtractor):
'format_id': '%s-%d' % (determine_protocol(f), tbr),
'tbr': tbr,
})
# 'tbr' was explicitly set to be prefered over 'height' originally,
# 'tbr' was explicitly set to be preferred over 'height' originally,
# So this is being kept unless someone can confirm this is unnecessary
self._sort_formats(info_dict['formats'], ('tbr', 'res'))

64
yt_dlp/jsinterp.py

@ -87,7 +87,7 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
return name
@staticmethod
def _seperate(expr, delim=',', max_split=None):
def _separate(expr, delim=',', max_split=None):
if not expr:
return
counters = {k: 0 for k in _MATCHING_PARENS.values()}
@ -111,17 +111,17 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
yield expr[start:]
@staticmethod
def _seperate_at_paren(expr, delim):
seperated = list(JSInterpreter._seperate(expr, delim, 1))
if len(seperated) < 2:
def _separate_at_paren(expr, delim):
separated = list(JSInterpreter._separate(expr, delim, 1))
if len(separated) < 2:
raise ExtractorError(f'No terminating paren {delim} in {expr}')
return seperated[0][1:].strip(), seperated[1].strip()
return separated[0][1:].strip(), separated[1].strip()
def interpret_statement(self, stmt, local_vars, allow_recursion=100):
if allow_recursion < 0:
raise ExtractorError('Recursion limit reached')
sub_statements = list(self._seperate(stmt, ';'))
sub_statements = list(self._separate(stmt, ';'))
stmt = (sub_statements or ['']).pop()
for sub_stmt in sub_statements:
ret, should_abort = self.interpret_statement(sub_stmt, local_vars, allow_recursion - 1)
@ -151,7 +151,7 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
return None
if expr.startswith('{'):
inner, outer = self._seperate_at_paren(expr, '}')
inner, outer = self._separate_at_paren(expr, '}')
inner, should_abort = self.interpret_statement(inner, local_vars, allow_recursion - 1)
if not outer or should_abort:
return inner
@ -159,7 +159,7 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
expr = json.dumps(inner) + outer
if expr.startswith('('):
inner, outer = self._seperate_at_paren(expr, ')')
inner, outer = self._separate_at_paren(expr, ')')
inner = self.interpret_expression(inner, local_vars, allow_recursion)
if not outer:
return inner
@ -167,16 +167,16 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
expr = json.dumps(inner) + outer
if expr.startswith('['):
inner, outer = self._seperate_at_paren(expr, ']')
inner, outer = self._separate_at_paren(expr, ']')
name = self._named_object(local_vars, [
self.interpret_expression(item, local_vars, allow_recursion)
for item in self._seperate(inner)])
for item in self._separate(inner)])
expr = name + outer
m = re.match(r'try\s*', expr)
if m:
if expr[m.end()] == '{':
try_expr, expr = self._seperate_at_paren(expr[m.end():], '}')
try_expr, expr = self._separate_at_paren(expr[m.end():], '}')
else:
try_expr, expr = expr[m.end() - 1:], ''
ret, should_abort = self.interpret_statement(try_expr, local_vars, allow_recursion - 1)
@ -187,23 +187,23 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
m = re.match(r'catch\s*\(', expr)
if m:
# We ignore the catch block
_, expr = self._seperate_at_paren(expr, '}')
_, expr = self._separate_at_paren(expr, '}')
return self.interpret_statement(expr, local_vars, allow_recursion - 1)[0]
m = re.match(r'for\s*\(', expr)
if m:
constructor, remaining = self._seperate_at_paren(expr[m.end() - 1:], ')')
constructor, remaining = self._separate_at_paren(expr[m.end() - 1:], ')')
if remaining.startswith('{'):
body, expr = self._seperate_at_paren(remaining, '}')
body, expr = self._separate_at_paren(remaining, '}')
else:
m = re.match(r'switch\s*\(', remaining) # FIXME
if m:
switch_val, remaining = self._seperate_at_paren(remaining[m.end() - 1:], ')')
body, expr = self._seperate_at_paren(remaining, '}')
switch_val, remaining = self._separate_at_paren(remaining[m.end() - 1:], ')')
body, expr = self._separate_at_paren(remaining, '}')
body = 'switch(%s){%s}' % (switch_val, body)
else:
body, expr = remaining, ''
start, cndn, increment = self._seperate(constructor, ';')
start, cndn, increment = self._separate(constructor, ';')
if self.interpret_statement(start, local_vars, allow_recursion - 1)[1]:
raise ExtractorError(
f'Premature return in the initialization of a for loop in {constructor!r}')
@ -225,14 +225,14 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
m = re.match(r'switch\s*\(', expr)
if m:
switch_val, remaining = self._seperate_at_paren(expr[m.end() - 1:], ')')
switch_val, remaining = self._separate_at_paren(expr[m.end() - 1:], ')')
switch_val = self.interpret_expression(switch_val, local_vars, allow_recursion)
body, expr = self._seperate_at_paren(remaining, '}')
body, expr = self._separate_at_paren(remaining, '}')
items = body.replace('default:', 'case default:').split('case ')[1:]
for default in (False, True):
matched = False
for item in items:
case, stmt = [i.strip() for i in self._seperate(item, ':', 1)]
case, stmt = [i.strip() for i in self._separate(item, ':', 1)]
if default:
matched = matched or case == 'default'
elif not matched:
@ -249,8 +249,8 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
break
return self.interpret_statement(expr, local_vars, allow_recursion - 1)[0]
# Comma seperated statements
sub_expressions = list(self._seperate(expr))
# Comma separated statements
sub_expressions = list(self._separate(expr))
expr = sub_expressions.pop().strip() if sub_expressions else ''
for sub_expr in sub_expressions:
self.interpret_expression(sub_expr, local_vars, allow_recursion)
@ -318,11 +318,11 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
return val[idx]
for op, opfunc in _OPERATORS:
seperated = list(self._seperate(expr, op))
if len(seperated) < 2:
separated = list(self._separate(expr, op))
if len(separated) < 2:
continue
right_val = seperated.pop()
left_val = op.join(seperated)
right_val = separated.pop()
left_val = op.join(separated)
left_val, should_abort = self.interpret_statement(
left_val, local_vars, allow_recursion - 1)
if should_abort:
@ -341,7 +341,7 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
member = remove_quotes(m.group('member') or m.group('member2'))
arg_str = expr[m.end():]
if arg_str.startswith('('):
arg_str, remaining = self._seperate_at_paren(arg_str, ')')
arg_str, remaining = self._separate_at_paren(arg_str, ')')
else:
arg_str, remaining = None, arg_str
@ -370,7 +370,7 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
# Function call
argvals = [
self.interpret_expression(v, local_vars, allow_recursion)
for v in self._seperate(arg_str)]
for v in self._separate(arg_str)]
if obj == str:
if member == 'fromCharCode':
@ -453,7 +453,7 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
fname = m.group('func')
argvals = tuple([
int(v) if v.isdigit() else local_vars[v]
for v in self._seperate(m.group('args'))])
for v in self._separate(m.group('args'))])
if fname in local_vars:
return local_vars[fname](argvals)
elif fname not in self._functions:
@ -495,7 +495,7 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
(?P<code>\{(?:(?!};)[^"]|"([^"]|\\")*")+\})''' % (
re.escape(funcname), re.escape(funcname), re.escape(funcname)),
self.code)
code, _ = self._seperate_at_paren(func_m.group('code'), '}') # refine the match
code, _ = self._separate_at_paren(func_m.group('code'), '}') # refine the match
if func_m is None:
raise ExtractorError('Could not find JS function %r' % funcname)
return func_m.group('args').split(','), code
@ -510,7 +510,7 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
if mobj is None:
break
start, body_start = mobj.span()
body, remaining = self._seperate_at_paren(code[body_start - 1:], '}')
body, remaining = self._separate_at_paren(code[body_start - 1:], '}')
name = self._named_object(
local_vars,
self.extract_function_from_code(
@ -532,7 +532,7 @@ class JSInterpreter(object):
**kwargs
})
var_stack = LocalNameSpace(local_vars, *global_stack)
for stmt in self._seperate(code.replace('\n', ''), ';'):
for stmt in self._separate(code.replace('\n', ''), ';'):
ret, should_abort = self.interpret_statement(stmt, var_stack)
if should_abort:
break

4
yt_dlp/options.py

@ -1434,7 +1434,7 @@ def parseOpts(overrideArguments=None):
action='store_true', dest='force_keyframes_at_cuts', default=False,
help=(
'Force keyframes around the chapters before removing/splitting them. '
'Requires a reencode and thus is very slow, but the resulting video '
'Requires a re-encode and thus is very slow, but the resulting video '
'may have fewer artifacts around the cuts'))
postproc.add_option(
'--no-force-keyframes-at-cuts',
@ -1452,7 +1452,7 @@ def parseOpts(overrideArguments=None):
'process': lambda val: dict(_postprocessor_opts_parser(*val.split(':', 1)))
}, help=(
'The (case sensitive) name of plugin postprocessors to be enabled, '
'and (optionally) arguments to be passed to it, seperated by a colon ":". '
'and (optionally) arguments to be passed to it, separated by a colon ":". '
'ARGS are a semicolon ";" delimited list of NAME=VALUE. '
'The "when" argument determines when the postprocessor is invoked. '
'It can be one of "pre_process" (after extraction), '

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