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ddg-img-src is a program that allows you to search images with DuckDuckGo directly from the command line.
Written in Python 3, ddg-img-src has an interactive interface that does not depend on any libraries and only relies on ANSI escape sequences. Because of this, it is lightweight, but imperfect. The program depends on the command
xdg-open to open images in the user's preferred application. On Debian, Arch Linux and other GNU/Linux distributions, this command is included in the package
xdg-utils. Even without it, the rest of the program should work properly.
Download the file
ddg_img_src.py and place it in whatever folder you like. Run it with
If you are on Debian and do not have the command
xdg-open, you can install the missing package with this command:
# apt install xdg-utils
- add option to download images
- add option to toggle Safe search