The return of youtube

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The return of youtube

Post by lolcool » Wed Nov 04, 2015 10:32 am

I started making a iphone youtube remote control for the xbox last year.

I had it basically done when the XBMC YouTube plugin broke.

Well... I rewrote that part of the code so my iphone youtube remote works without the youtube plugin and uses my own plugin instead.

I plan to release very soon.

How it works:
- iphone uses web ui to connect to xbox
- google api is used to search for youtube videos
- when youtube video is selected, video id is sent to xbox, and the xbox saves youtube html page to xbox /web/ folder
- saved page is then analyzed and parsed on iphone (or any browser) with javascript to find the video .mp4 url
- video .mp4 url is sent to xbox to play

it is 100% functional at the moment - just need to create an interface for it :mrgreen:

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Re: The return of youtube

Post by lolcool » Thu Nov 05, 2015 9:18 pm

i will release a working prototype sunday!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: The return of youtube

Post by Geeba » Fri Nov 06, 2015 12:03 pm

Nice! :D

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Re: The return of youtube

Post by whufclee » Fri Nov 06, 2015 2:40 pm

Also if anyone wants to take a look at the yt.py module that spoyser created a few years ago that's always worked even when the api changed. Trouble is it doesn't seem to pick up anything lower than 720 and freezes on Xbox. I had a little look and couldn't understand how the links were getting pulled and the streams generated but if someone can find a way to get the 360/480 streams only we should have a working yt function again. You can find the module in the community portal add-on for main branch, it's in some of spoysers addons too but can't remember which ones off hand.

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Re: The return of youtube

Post by lolcool » Fri Nov 06, 2015 2:42 pm

I'll check it

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Re: The return of youtube

Post by peanutismint » Sun Jan 10, 2016 4:08 pm

This sounds awesome. Just wanted to register interest to let you know that there are still people out there who are wanting this! :-)

Any more progress since November?

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Re: The return of youtube

Post by cashonly » Mon Jan 11, 2016 3:10 pm

same here, would like to se this!
These pretzels are making me thirsty!

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Re: The return of youtube

Post by whufclee » Mon Jan 18, 2016 7:59 am

I'll be back from holiday in 2 days time so will try and upload the latest version of Community Portal 4Xbox. Using spoysers module I had to edit it slightly but got it working well on Xbox. Should be simple enough for someone to edit the YouTube addon and use this to get links to play I think.

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Re: The return of youtube

Post by fxmech » Mon Jan 18, 2016 7:01 pm

I have a 128mb so maybe the 720 will play for me :) I'll try and find this plugin

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Re: The return of youtube

Post by lolcool » Tue Jan 19, 2016 2:22 am

sorry, got a lil distracted. I can post an updated version this week!

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Re: The return of youtube

Post by peanutismint » Tue Jan 19, 2016 2:51 am

Awesome! Thanks, looking forward :-)


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Re: The return of youtube

Post by fxmech » Tue Jan 19, 2016 9:23 pm

Thanks byron

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Re: The return of youtube

Post by whufclee » Wed Jan 20, 2016 11:16 pm

I think the module has been updated slightly since that version. The one I'm using is called yt.py and can be found in some of his addons. I'm back from holiday now so just catching up on some work but will upload the version I've edited tomorrow for you to tinker with.

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Re: The return of youtube

Post by whufclee » Thu Jan 21, 2016 8:44 pm

Ok so for anyone wanting to tinker about with the YouTube module here it is, unfortunately the best I've managed to get working so far is 360p. You can set the ones you want to try out in line 158 where I've already added a list of potential Xbox compatible ones but so far the only results I've had back are ID numbers 18, 43 and there's a 720p one that often comes back as a result (think it's ID 22). The 720 one just won't play on 64MB Xbox running stock Confluence skin unfortunately and just freezes. There was another one that I managed to get audio playing but no video, sorry can't remember which one that was - have a feeling it may have been 480 resolution.

To use this module just use yt.PlayVideo(url) whenever you want to play an item, where url is the YT ID.

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#
#  Copyright (C) 2013 Sean Poyser
#
#
#  This code is a derivative of the YouTube plugin for XBMC
#  released under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
#  the Free Software Foundation; version 3
#  Copyright (C) 2010-2012 Tobias Ussing And Henrik Mosgaard Jensen
#
#  This Program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
#  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
#  the Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option)
#  any later version.
#
#  This Program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
#  but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
#  MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
#  GNU General Public License for more details.
#
#  You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
#  along with XBMC; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to
#  the Free Software Foundation, 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
#  http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html
#


#        5: "240p h263 flv container",
#        18: "360p h264 mp4 container | 270 for rtmpe?",
#        22: "720p h264 mp4 container",
#        26: "???",
#        33: "???",
#        34: "360p h264 flv container",
#        35: "480p h264 flv container",
#        37: "1080p h264 mp4 container",
#        38: "720p vp8 webm container",
#        43: "360p h264 flv container",
#        44: "480p vp8 webm container",
#        45: "720p vp8 webm container",
#        46: "520p vp8 webm stereo",
#        59: "480 for rtmpe",
#        78: "seems to be around 400 for rtmpe",
#        82: "360p h264 stereo",
#        83: "240p h264 stereo",
#        84: "720p h264 stereo",
#        85: "520p h264 stereo",
#        100: "360p vp8 webm stereo",
#        101: "480p vp8 webm stereo",
#        102: "720p vp8 webm stereo",
#        120: "hd720",
#        121: "hd1080"


import re
import urllib2
import urllib
import cgi
import HTMLParser
import xbmcgui

try: import simplejson as json

except ImportError: import json

dp            =  xbmcgui.DialogProgress()
MAX_REC_DEPTH = 5

def Clean(text):
    text = text.replace('–', '-')
    text = text.replace('’', '\'')
    text = text.replace('“', '"')
    text = text.replace('”', '"')
    text = text.replace(''',   '\'')
    text = text.replace('<b>',     '')
    text = text.replace('</b>',    '')
    text = text.replace('&',   '&')
    text = text.replace('\ufeff', '')
    return text

def PlayVideo(id, forcePlayer=False):
    import sys
    dp.create("Loading video",'','Please Wait','')

    video, links = GetVideoInformation(id)

    if 'best' not in video:
        return False

    url   = video['best']          
    title = video['title']
    image = video['thumbnail']

    liz = xbmcgui.ListItem(title, iconImage=image, thumbnailImage=image)

    liz.setInfo( type="Video", infoLabels={ "Title": title} )

    if forcePlayer or len(sys.argv) < 2 or int(sys.argv[1]) == -1:
        import xbmc
        pl = xbmc.PlayList(xbmc.PLAYLIST_VIDEO)
        pl.clear()
        pl.add(url, liz)
        dp.close()
        xbmc.Player().play(pl)
    
    else:
        import xbmcplugin
        liz.setPath(url)
        xbmcplugin.setResolvedUrl(int(sys.argv[1]), True, liz)

    return True


def GetVideoInformation(id):
    #id = 'H7iQ4sAf0OE' #test for HLSVP
    #id = 'ofHlUJuw8Ak' #test for stereo
    #id = 'ifZkeuSrNRc' #account closed
    #id = 'M7FIvfx5J10'
    #id = 'n-D1EB74Ckg' #vevo
    #id = 'lVMWEheQ2hU' #vevo

    video  = {}
    links  = []

    try:     video, links = GetVideoInfo(id)
    except : pass
    
    return video, links


def GetVideoInfo(id):
    url  = 'http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=%s&safeSearch=none' % id
    html = FetchPage(url)

    video, links = Scrape(html)

    video['videoid']   = id
    video['thumbnail'] = "http://i.ytimg.com/vi/%s/0.jpg" % video['videoid']
    video['title']     = GetVideoTitle(html)

    if len(links) == 0:
        if 'hlsvp' in video:
            video['best'] = video['hlsvp']
    
    else:
        video['best'] = links[0][1]

    return video, links


def GetVideoTitle(html):
    try:    return Clean(re.compile('<meta name="title" content="(.+?)">').search(html).groups(1)[0])
    except: pass

    return 'YouTube Video'

    
def Scrape(html):
    sd            = [5, 18, 26, 33, 34, 35, 44, 46, 59, 78, 82, 83, 85, 100, 101]
    # 43 is an option but it's ogg and that doesn't seem to be great, xbox best appears to be 18

    video  = {}
    links  = []

    flashvars = ExtractFlashVars(html)

    if not flashvars.has_key(u"url_encoded_fmt_stream_map"):
        return video, links

    if flashvars.has_key(u"ttsurl"):
        video[u"ttsurl"] = flashvars[u"ttsurl"]

    if flashvars.has_key(u"hlsvp"):                               
        video[u"hlsvp"] = flashvars[u"hlsvp"]    

    for url_desc in flashvars[u"url_encoded_fmt_stream_map"].split(u","):
        url_desc_map = cgi.parse_qs(url_desc)
        
        if not (url_desc_map.has_key(u"url") or url_desc_map.has_key(u"stream")):
            continue

        key = int(url_desc_map[u"itag"][0])
        url = u""
        
        if url_desc_map.has_key(u"url"):
            url = urllib.unquote(url_desc_map[u"url"][0])
        
        elif url_desc_map.has_key(u"conn") and url_desc_map.has_key(u"stream"):
            url = urllib.unquote(url_desc_map[u"conn"][0])
            
            if url.rfind("/") < len(url) -1:
                url = url + "/"
            
            url = url + urllib.unquote(url_desc_map[u"stream"][0])
        
        elif url_desc_map.has_key(u"stream") and not url_desc_map.has_key(u"conn"):
            url = urllib.unquote(url_desc_map[u"stream"][0])

        if url_desc_map.has_key(u"sig"):
            url = url + u"&signature=" + url_desc_map[u"sig"][0]
        
        elif url_desc_map.has_key(u"s"):
            sig = url_desc_map[u"s"][0]
            #url = url + u"&signature=" + DecryptSignature(sig)
           
            flashvars = ExtractFlashVars(html, assets=True)
            js        = flashvars[u"js"]    
            url      += u"&signature=" + DecryptSignatureNew(sig, js)          

        if key in sd:
            links.append([key, url])
    #    print"### LINKS: "+str(links)
    #links.sort(reverse=True)
    return video, links


def DecryptSignature(s):
    ''' use decryption solution by Youtube-DL project '''
    if len(s) == 88:
        return s[48] + s[81:67:-1] + s[82] + s[66:62:-1] + s[85] + s[61:48:-1] + s[67] + s[47:12:-1] + s[3] + s[11:3:-1] + s[2] + s[12]
    
    elif len(s) == 87:
        return s[62] + s[82:62:-1] + s[83] + s[61:52:-1] + s[0] + s[51:2:-1]
    
    elif len(s) == 86:
        return s[2:63] + s[82] + s[64:82] + s[63]
    
    elif len(s) == 85:
        return s[76] + s[82:76:-1] + s[83] + s[75:60:-1] + s[0] + s[59:50:-1] + s[1] + s[49:2:-1]
    
    elif len(s) == 84:
        return s[83:36:-1] + s[2] + s[35:26:-1] + s[3] + s[25:3:-1] + s[26]
    
    elif len(s) == 83:
        return s[6] + s[3:6] + s[33] + s[7:24] + s[0] + s[25:33] + s[53] + s[34:53] + s[24] + s[54:]
    
    elif len(s) == 82:
        return s[36] + s[79:67:-1] + s[81] + s[66:40:-1] + s[33] + s[39:36:-1] + s[40] + s[35] + s[0] + s[67] + s[32:0:-1] + s[34]
    
    elif len(s) == 81:
        return s[6] + s[3:6] + s[33] + s[7:24] + s[0] + s[25:33] + s[2] + s[34:53] + s[24] + s[54:81]
    
    elif len(s) == 92:
        return s[25] + s[3:25] + s[0] + s[26:42] + s[79] + s[43:79] + s[91] + s[80:83];
    #else:
    #    print ('Unable to decrypt signature, key length %d not supported; retrying might work' % (len(s)))


def ExtractFlashVars(data, assets=False):
    flashvars = {}
    found = False

    for line in data.split("\n"):
        
        if line.strip().find(";ytplayer.config = ") > 0:
            found = True
            p1 = line.find(";ytplayer.config = ") + len(";ytplayer.config = ") - 1
            p2 = line.rfind(";")
            
            if p1 <= 0 or p2 <= 0:
                continue
            data = line[p1 + 1:p2]
            break
    data = RemoveAdditionalEndingDelimiter(data)

    if found:
        data = json.loads(data)
        
        if assets:
            flashvars = data['assets']
        
        else:
            flashvars = data['args']

    return flashvars


def FetchPage(url):
    req = urllib2.Request(url)
    req.add_header('User-Agent', 'Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-GB; rv:1.9.0.3) Gecko/2008092417 Firefox/3.0.3')
    req.add_header('Referer',    'http://www.youtube.com/')

    return urllib2.urlopen(req).read().decode("utf-8")


def replaceHTMLCodes(txt):
    # Fix missing ; in &#<number>;
    txt = re.sub("(&#[0-9]+)([^;^0-9]+)", "\\1;\\2", txt)

    txt = HTMLParser.HTMLParser().unescape(txt)
    txt = txt.replace("&", "&")
    return txt


def RemoveAdditionalEndingDelimiter(data):
    pos = data.find("};")
    
    if pos != -1:
        data = data[:pos + 1]
    
    return data
    
####################################################

global playerData
global allLocalFunNamesTab
global allLocalVarNamesTab

def _extractVarLocalFuns(match):
    varName, objBody = match.groups()
    output = ''
    
    for func in objBody.split( '},' ):
        output += re.sub(
            r'^([^:]+):function\(([^)]*)\)',
            r'function %s__\1(\2,*args)' % varName,
            func
        ) + '\n'
    
    return output

def _jsToPy(jsFunBody):
    pythonFunBody = re.sub(r'var ([^=]+)={(.*?)}};', _extractVarLocalFuns, jsFunBody)
    pythonFunBody = re.sub(r'function (\w*)\$(\w*)', r'function \1_S_\2', pythonFunBody)
    pythonFunBody = pythonFunBody.replace('function', 'def').replace('{', ':\n\t').replace('}', '').replace(';', '\n\t').replace('var ', '')
    pythonFunBody = pythonFunBody.replace('.reverse()', '[::-1]')

    lines = pythonFunBody.split('\n')
    
    for i in range(len(lines)):
        # a.split("") -> list(a)
        match = re.search('(\w+?)\.split\(""\)', lines[i])
        
        if match:
            lines[i] = lines[i].replace( match.group(0), 'list(' + match.group(1)  + ')')
        # a.length -> len(a)
        
        match = re.search('(\w+?)\.length', lines[i])
        
        if match:
            lines[i] = lines[i].replace( match.group(0), 'len(' + match.group(1)  + ')')
        # a.slice(3) -> a[3:]
        
        match = re.search('(\w+?)\.slice\((\w+?)\)', lines[i])
        
        if match:
            lines[i] = lines[i].replace( match.group(0), match.group(1) + ('[%s:]' % match.group(2)) )
        # a.join("") -> "".join(a)
        
        match = re.search('(\w+?)\.join\(("[^"]*?")\)', lines[i])
        
        if match:
            lines[i] = lines[i].replace( match.group(0), match.group(2) + '.join(' + match.group(1) + ')' )
        # a.splice(b,c) -> del a[b:c]
        
        match = re.search('(\w+?)\.splice\(([^,]+),([^)]+)\)', lines[i])
        
        if match:
            lines[i] = lines[i].replace( match.group(0), 'del ' + match.group(1) + '[' + match.group(2) + ':' + match.group(3) + ']' )

    pythonFunBody = "\n".join(lines)
    pythonFunBody = re.sub(r'(\w+)\.(\w+)\(', r'\1__\2(', pythonFunBody)
    pythonFunBody = re.sub(r'([^=])(\w+)\[::-1\]', r'\1\2.reverse()', pythonFunBody)
    return pythonFunBody

def _jsToPy1(jsFunBody):
    pythonFunBody = jsFunBody.replace('function', 'def').replace('{', ':\n\t').replace('}', '').replace(';', '\n\t').replace('var ', '')
    pythonFunBody = pythonFunBody.replace('.reverse()', '[::-1]')

    lines = pythonFunBody.split('\n')
    for i in range(len(lines)):
        # a.split("") -> list(a)
        match = re.search('(\w+?)\.split\(""\)', lines[i])
        
        if match:
            lines[i] = lines[i].replace( match.group(0), 'list(' + match.group(1)  + ')')
        # a.length -> len(a)
        
        match = re.search('(\w+?)\.length', lines[i])
        
        if match:
            lines[i] = lines[i].replace( match.group(0), 'len(' + match.group(1)  + ')')
        # a.slice(3) -> a[3:]
        
        match = re.search('(\w+?)\.slice\(([0-9]+?)\)', lines[i])
        
        if match:
            lines[i] = lines[i].replace( match.group(0), match.group(1) + ('[%s:]' % match.group(2)) )
        # a.join("") -> "".join(a)
        
        match = re.search('(\w+?)\.join\(("[^"]*?")\)', lines[i])
        
        if match:
            lines[i] = lines[i].replace( match.group(0), match.group(2) + '.join(' + match.group(1) + ')' )
    
    return "\n".join(lines)

def _getLocalFunBody(funName):
    # get function body 
    funName = funName.replace('$', '\\$')
    match = re.search('(function %s\([^)]+?\){[^}]+?})' % funName, playerData)
    
    if match:
        return match.group(1)
    
    return ''

def _getAllLocalSubFunNames(mainFunBody):
    match = re.compile('[ =(,](\w+?)\([^)]*?\)').findall( mainFunBody )
    
    if len(match):
        # first item is name of main function, so omit it
        funNameTab = set( match[1:] )
        return funNameTab
    
    return set()
    
def _extractLocalVarNames(mainFunBody):
    valid_funcs = ( 'reverse', 'split', 'splice', 'slice', 'join' )
    match       = re.compile( r'[; =(,](\w+)\.(\w+)\(' ).findall( mainFunBody )
    local_vars  = []
    
    for name in match:
        
        if name[1] not in valid_funcs:
            local_vars.append( name[0] )
    
    return set(local_vars)

def _getLocalVarObjBody(varName):
    match = re.search( r'var %s={.*?}};' % varName, playerData )
    
    if match:
        return match.group(0)
    
    return ''

def DecryptSignatureNew(s, playerUrl):
    if not playerUrl.startswith('http:'):
        playerUrl = 'http:' + playerUrl
        
    #print "Decrypt_signature sign_len[%d] playerUrl[%s]" % (len(s), playerUrl)

    global allLocalFunNamesTab
    global allLocalVarNamesTab
    global playerData
                
    allLocalFunNamesTab = []
    allLocalVarNamesTab = []
    playerData          = ''    

    request = urllib2.Request(playerUrl)
    #res        = core._fetchPage({u"link": playerUrl})
    #playerData = res["content"]
            
    try:
        playerData = urllib2.urlopen(request).read()
        playerData = playerData.decode('utf-8', 'ignore')
    
    except Exception, e:
        #print str(e)
        print 'Failed to decode playerData'
        return ''
        
    # get main function name 
    match = re.search("signature=([$a-zA-Z]+)\([^)]\)", playerData)
    
    if match:
        mainFunName = match.group(1)
    
    else: 
        print('Failed to get main signature function name')
        return ''
        
    _mainFunName = mainFunName.replace('$','_S_')   
    fullAlgoCode = _getfullAlgoCode(mainFunName)    

    # wrap all local algo function into one function extractedSignatureAlgo()
    algoLines = fullAlgoCode.split('\n')
    
    for i in range(len(algoLines)):
        algoLines[i] = '\t' + algoLines[i]
    
    fullAlgoCode  = 'def extractedSignatureAlgo(param):'
    fullAlgoCode += '\n'.join(algoLines)
    fullAlgoCode += '\n\treturn %s(param)' % _mainFunName
    fullAlgoCode += '\noutSignature = extractedSignatureAlgo( inSignature )\n'

    # after this function we should have all needed code in fullAlgoCode

    #print '---------------------------------------'
    #print '|    ALGO FOR SIGNATURE DECRYPTION    |'
    #print '---------------------------------------'
    #print fullAlgoCode
    #print '---------------------------------------'

    try:
        algoCodeObj = compile(fullAlgoCode, '', 'exec')
    
    except:
        print 'Failed to obtain decryptSignature code'
        return ''

    # for security allow only flew python global function in algo code
    vGlobals = {"__builtins__": None, 'len': len, 'list': list}

    # local variable to pass encrypted sign and get decrypted sign
    vLocals = { 'inSignature': s, 'outSignature': '' }

    # execute prepared code
    try:
        exec(algoCodeObj, vGlobals, vLocals)
    
    except:
        print 'decryptSignature code failed to exceute correctly'
        return ''

    #print 'Decrypted signature = [%s]' % vLocals['outSignature']

    return vLocals['outSignature']

# Note, this method is using a recursion
def _getfullAlgoCode(mainFunName, recDepth=0):
    global playerData
    global allLocalFunNamesTab
    global allLocalVarNamesTab
    
    if MAX_REC_DEPTH <= recDepth:
        print '_getfullAlgoCode: Maximum recursion depth exceeded'
        return 

    funBody = _getLocalFunBody(mainFunName)
    if funBody != '':
        funNames = _getAllLocalSubFunNames(funBody)
        
        if len(funNames):
            
            for funName in funNames:
                funName_ = funName.replace('$','_S_')
                
                if funName not in allLocalFunNamesTab:
                    funBody=funBody.replace(funName,funName_)
                    allLocalFunNamesTab.append(funName)
                    #print 'Add local function %s to known functions' % mainFunName
                    funbody = _getfullAlgoCode(funName, recDepth+1) + "\n" + funBody
                    
        varNames = _extractLocalVarNames(funBody)
        
        if len(varNames):
            
            for varName in varNames:
                
                if varName not in allLocalVarNamesTab:
                    allLocalVarNamesTab.append(varName)
                    funBody = _getLocalVarObjBody(varName) + "\n" + funBody

        # convert code from javascript to python 
        funBody = _jsToPy(funBody)
        return '\n' + funBody + '\n'
    
    return funBody

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Re: The return of youtube

Post by peanutismint » Thu Jan 28, 2016 8:39 pm

Sorry - for a complete novice user - how do I download/install/use this addon? Is it installable from the XBMC4XBOX GUI via an addon installer or adding a specific repo? Or will I need to download something on a computer and then copy the addon to the Xbox via FTP etc??

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Re: The return of youtube

Post by whufclee » Fri Jan 29, 2016 11:18 am

The code I posted will require someone to insert it into the YouTube add-on or create a new basic YouTube addon which may be easier as it could be made to be as basic as possible freeing up valuable resources.

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