Navigate torrents in CLI with Mariner. It offers a simple interface for streamlined experience. No more annoying ads and pop-up windows.
It is currently under heavy development, so expect breaking changes. Currently only works in Linux, but any contributions in this regard are welcome.
- Automatically get a working proxy for trackers that have them.
- Download torrent files and copy magnet links to clipboard.
- Open torrents in your default torrent application.
- Show torrent details.
- Asynchronous I/O for better responsiveness.
- Supports the following trackers:
Mariner requires Python 3.5.3 or newer to run.
You can easily install Mariner using pip. This is the preferred method:
pip3 install mariner
Alternatively, to get the latest development version, you can clone this repository and then manually install it:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:radek-sprta/mariner.git cd mariner poetry build pip install dist/*.whl
Mariner supports both interactive and non-interactive modes. To see the list of commands, simply type:
In order to start Mariner in interactive mode, run it without any arguments:
Then search for Ubuntu torrents:
(mariner) search Ubuntu -t linuxtracker
and download the first result on the list:
(mariner) download 0
Alternatively, copy the magnet link to clipboard:
(mariner) magnet 0
Or open it in your torrent application:
(mariner) open 0
And quit the program:
For more information, check the documentation.
- Add more trackers for searching
- Support for MacOS and Windows
For information on how to contribute to the project, please check the Contributor's Guide
I do not encourage anyone to act in conflict with their local laws and I do not endorse any illegal activity. Some content in the search results provided be Mariner might be illegal in your country and it is up to you to check your local laws before using it. Neither I, nor Mariner can be held liable for any action taken against you as the result of using it.
Mariner uses many excellent open-source libraries. But I would particularly like to mention the following, as without them, Mariner might not have been possible:
GNU General Public License v3.0