03 Mar 2015
HumbleDownload is used for downloading / making a complete back-up of your library from Humble Bundle to your computer. It will download everything: games, books, music etc and try to group them together in folders based on the names (which isn’t perfect unfortunately).
First, install Elixir.
Execute the following from the project root:
mix deps.get mix escript.build
This will create the executable file “humble_download” which can be run on any system which has the Erlang runtime installed.
./humble_download <input file> <download folder>
Copy-paste the code from humbledownload.js in to the developer console in your browser when you’re viewing your library on the Humble Bundle site. Copy-paste the result to a new text-file and use it as the input file as described above. The file should have three lines per item in your library: folder name, filename, link.
The links are timed-based and will expire. When that happens, create another input file as before and restart humble_download with the new input file. The previously downloaded files will not be downloaded again.
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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