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Sun, 16 Oct 2011
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clamz net files touched by this commit Command-line program to download MP3 files from Amazon's music store
Add pkg-message on how to .amz-download

When buying electronic music from Amazon, one is required to
download a so-called .amz-file, which in essence is a download
list. This file is necessary to conduct the download of purchased
music, for which a propriatary program from Amazon is required.
This program is available for Windows and Ubuntu Linux, but not
for FreeBSD. net/clamz redresses that situation.

However, before being able to download the .amz, one is required
to install said propriatary program, which sets a cookie that
allows to download amz-files. This is infeasible for users of
FreeBSD.

On the project site of net/clamz, an alternative to downloading
said program is presented, which in essence is an alternative way
to have aformentioned cookie set.

PR:             ports/160705
Submitted by:   Christopher J. Ruwe <cjr@cruwe.de>
Approved by:    maintainer timeout (4 weeks)

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