ImageScraper - :scissors: High performance, multi-threaded image scraper

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A high performance, easy to use, multithreaded command line tool which downloads images from the given webpage. Note that ImageScraper depends on lxml, requests, setproctitle, and future. If you run into problems in the compilation of lxml through pip, install the libxml2-dev and libxslt-dev packages on your system.

https://github.com/sananth12/ImageScraper

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