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problem while editing the bbc code

Started by djpaddystudio7, March 19, 2008, 06:41:22 PM

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djpaddystudio7

basically i created a function

download ($variable1, $variable2) in a file called phptube.php

now the function at the end prints a url as


$url = '<a href="'.$url.'"\n">click here to download</a>';
print $url."\n";


now when i use this function a link is  to be printed.

The problem is that i want to display it for a bbc code.
I have included the page phptube.php (source directory) in the index.php


now on the subs.php page i had to write

$tube = new PHPTube ();
$tube->download("$variable1","$variable2");


now the download function prints the link but how do i get it into the content of a tag....

Using the best of my limited knowledge of php all i managed was this...


array(
'tag' => 'yt',
'type' => 'unparsed_commas_content',
'test' => '.+?,.+?]',
'content' => ($context['browser']['is_ie'] && !$context['browser']['is_mac_ie'] ? '<object width="$2" height="$3"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/$1"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/$1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="$2" height="$3"></embed></object>' : '<embed width="$2" height="$3" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" src="http://www.youtube.com/v/$1" /></embed><br> <br>
<img src="http://img.youtube.com/vi/$1/1.jpg"> <img src="http://img.youtube.com/vi/$1/2.jpg"> <img src="http://img.youtube.com/vi/$1/3.jpg">'

download("$1","video.flv"); ),


I am trying to get the link just below the images that are given in the end.

the error that i get is
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in /home/masttinf/public_html/forum/Sources/Subs.php on line 1378

Rumbaar

Not sure what you trying to do with the last BBC array, but the 'content' string isn't valid and is missing a closing bracket.  Also not sure what the download() is doing there.

You might want to take a look how KarlBensons embed video mod works, particularly the YouTube part, and then try and modify to your needs.
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djpaddystudio7

this is the code in the file that defines the function download()



// Function: download  ... Download any Video-Clip from YouTube
// Paramters: $video_id ... Video-ID as given in YouTube URL (f.e. the Video at http://youtube.com/watch?v=TWZ5j-SNVKs
//   has the ID "TWZ5j-SNVKs"
// $video_filename ... local path+filename, the video is downloaded to (check write-permissions!)

function download ($video_id, $video_filename) {
$url = "http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=".$video_id;
$this->req =& new HTTP_Request($url);
$response = $this->req->sendRequest();
if (PEAR::isError($response)) {
echo $response->getMessage()."\n";
} else {
$page = $this->req->getResponseBody();
//preg_match('/watch_fullscreen\?video_id=(.*?)&l=(.*?)+&t=(.*?)&/', $page, $match);
preg_match('/"video_id": "(.*?)"/', $page, $match);
$var_id = $match[1];

preg_match('/"t": "(.*?)"/', $page, $match);
$var_t = $match[1];

$url = "";
$url .= $var_id;
$url .= "&t=";
$url .= $var_t;
$url = "http://www.youtube.com/get_video?video_id=".$url;
$url = '<a href="'.$url.'"\n">click here to download</a>';
if ($this->debug)
print $url."\n";
$req =& new HTTP_Request($url,array ("allowRedirects"=>true, "maxRedirects"=> 99));
$req->setMethod(HTTP_REQUEST_METHOD_GET);
$req->addHeader("User-Agent","Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.0)");
$response = $req->sendRequest();
if (PEAR::isError($response)) {
    //echo $response->getMessage()."\n";
print "the video";    
} else {
                if ($o = fopen ($video_filename, "w")) {
fwrite($o,$req->getResponseBody());
fclose ($o);
                    print "the video";
} else {
print "Error: Failed to open target-file\n";
        }
}
}
}



What i am basically trying to do is get a link to download the videos from you tube.

in the above stated code
$url = "http://www.youtube.com/get_video?video_id=".$url;

gives the link value to the string $url. now all i want to do is display this final $url in array function. now for the process to take place, i need to feed the value $video_id that is the first variable in the array for the tag yt.
If possible put these attached file in a folder in a server and then open the file demo.php in a browser. the demo.php file has a sample video_id which it uses to fetch the download link. I hope I am able to make clear what i am trying to do.

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