Source code for

from auto_everything.disk import Disk 
from pathlib import Path
import os
from pprint import pprint

from auto_everything.base import Terminal, OS
t = Terminal(debug=True)
os_ = OS()

disk = Disk()

[docs]class Network(): """ I use this module to handle network stuff. """ def __init__(self): assert "not found" not in t.run_command("wget"), ''' 'wget' is required for this module to work You can install it with `sudo apt install wget`'''
[docs] def download(self, url: str, target: str, size: str = "0B") -> bool: """ Download a file from internet. Parameters ---------- url: string the download link of a file target: string the local disk file path where the file would be saved to size: string do a simple check for the file. like '12KB' or '20MB' Returns ------- bool return `false` if the specified size less than the file we downloaded """ target = Path(target).expanduser().absolute() directory = target.parent assert os.path.exists(directory), f"target directory '{directory}' is not exits""wget {url} -O {target}") number = int("".join([i for i in list(size) if i.isdigit()])) unit = size.replace(str(number), "") assert unit in ["B", "KB", "MB"], f"number={number}, unit={unit}\nsize error, it should be 700B, 5KB, 40MB and so on." the_file_size = disk.get_file_size(target, unit) if (the_file_size > number): return True else: return False
if __name__ == "__main__": net = Network() result ="", "~/.auto_everything/hi.txt") print(result)