Grab Image From Web Server

Hi,

I am still fairly new to Ruby.

Given the URL of an image, I would like to craft some code that grabs
the
image from the remote Web server and puts it in a file on the local
machine.

Can anyone give me some tips on doing that?

Thanks,
Hunter

lists wrote:

Hi,

I am still fairly new to Ruby.

Given the URL of an image, I would like to craft some code that grabs
the
image from the remote Web server and puts it in a file on the local
machine.

Can anyone give me some tips on doing that?

Thanks,
Hunter

requre ‘open-uri’
open(“output_filename.jpg”, “w”) { |outfile|
outfile.write open(“http://image_url.jpg”) { |inf|
ifile.read
}
}

jimweirich wrote:

requre ‘open-uri’
open(“output_filename.jpg”, “w”) { |outfile|
outfile.write open(“http://image_url.jpg”) { |inf|
ifile.read
}
}
Oops … naming problem with inf and ifile … both should be infile.

Sorry
– Jim W.

Thanks.

This is working like a charm!

Jim W. wrote:

jimweirich wrote:

requre ‘open-uri’
open(“output_filename.jpg”, “w”) { |outfile|

on Windows, make this “wb” for binary data.

James

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lists wrote:

Hi,

I am still fairly new to Ruby.

Given the URL of an image, I would like to craft some code that grabs
the
image from the remote Web server and puts it in a file on the local
machine.

Can anyone give me some tips on doing that?

Thanks,
Hunter

Hi All,

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Install in Windows machine and enjoy with impressed images

Regards,
P.Raveendran
http://raveendran.wordpress.com

Could it be at all possible that a class has just been set an exercise
of downloading an image from a webserver, and the class notes also
pointed to the existence of the ruby-talk mailing list? :slight_smile:

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