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Package Details: ripit 4.0.0_rc_20161009-5

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Git Clone URL: (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: ripit
Description: Command line tool to rip tracks from audio cds and encode them
Upstream URL:
Licenses: GPL
Submitter: olegfink
Maintainer: CommodoreCrunch
Last Packager: CommodoreCrunch
Votes: 19
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2007-07-19 08:35
Last Updated: 2019-06-11 22:57

Dependencies (15)

  • cdparanoia(cdparanoia-overread)
  • faac(faac-git)(optional) – Encoding (M4A/AAC)
  • flac(flac-git)(optional) – Encoding (FLAC)
  • lame(lame-svn, lame-altivec)(optional) – Encoding (MP3)
  • musepack-tools(musepack-tools-svn)(optional) – Encoding (MPC/MPP)
  • normalize(optional) – Normalizing
  • perl-libwww(optional) – Submitting to CDDB
  • perl-musicbrainz-discid(optional) – Tagging (
  • perl-webservice-musicbrainz0(optional) – Tagging (
  • vorbis-tools(vorbis-tools-git)(optional) – Encoding (Vorbis)
  • wavpack(wavpack-git)(optional) – Encoding (WAV)

Sources (1)

corro commented on 2017-10-09 16:24

@dbrgn, thank you for the hint. I have included the last published source code in the repo. Please try to build the new version.
The shutdown of the upstream website is a strong indication to abandon this package, though. Or is there maybe a fork I don't know of?

dbrgn commented on 2017-10-09 07:57

The ripit sources seem to be gone:
> Retrieving sources...
-> Downloading ripit-4.0.0_beta20140508.tar.bz2...
% Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current
Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 0
curl: (22) The requested URL returned error: 403 Forbidden
> ERROR: Failure while downloading
> ERROR: Makepkg was unable to build ripit.
Is there something we could do about this? I still have the 'ripit-4.0.0_beta20131030.tar.bz2' archive on my computer. It doesn't currently run anymore though:
Unescaped left brace in regex is illegal here in regex; marked by <-- HERE in m/(%(?:=)?(w { <-- HERE (?:w [^w{}] [{}])*} W))/ at /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/MP3/ line 2610.

corro commented on 2014-05-08 07:14

corro commented on 2014-01-28 20:02

@danilo: Thanks for the input. I uploaded your PKGBUILD, but left the pkgrel at '1', so you might want to downgrade.

dbrgn commented on 2014-01-28 19:48

Additionally I added the 'backup=' line to the PKGBUILD. The old version just overwrote my configfile on update :/

dbrgn commented on 2014-01-28 19:45

Here's an updated beta PKGBUILD:
I switched from sha256sums to md5sums because the author provides md5 sums, but no sha256 sums for the uploaded files.

corro commented on 2013-08-18 22:35

You're right twelveeighty, thanks for the hint. I just added the missing dependency to the list.

twelveeighty commented on 2013-08-18 22:18

I believe you need to add perl-mp3-tag as a dependency. Without it, I get the following error trying to run ripit:
Can't locate MP3/ in @INC (you may need to install the MP3::Tag module)
Thanks for the package, by the way!

Maxr commented on 2012-08-30 19:09

majewsky commented on 2012-08-29 18:36

Rip It
TypeEnergy drink
ManufacturerNational Beverage Corp.
Country of originUnited States
Variants3-way (blackberry, strawberry, blueberry mix),

A'tomic Pom, Citrus X*, Frick-Bomb* (pineapple and mixed fruit, now called F-bomb), G-Force* (grape), Le-MOAN'R (raspberry lemonade), Lime Wrecker, POO-TIN POWER (coconut mango), Power (pomegranate), Red Zone (strawberry), Sting-Er Mo, Tribute (Active Mandarin/Live Wild Lime), Tribute Cherry/Lime, Tribute C.Y.P.-X (orange creamsicle),FREEK (blood orange) energy shot,CODE BLUE (raspberry, blueberry mix) energy shot

*also available sugar-free

Rip It is an energy drink that is produced and distributed by National Beverage Corp., maker of Shasta, Faygo, and La Croix. It is National Beverage Corp.'s first energy drink.


The drinks come in more than 15 flavors (the source indicates both 15 and 17 flavors), including some sugar-free versions and eight different shot flavors. Some flavors are available in both 16 ounce and 8 ounce cans.[1] A second source mentions 13 flavors not including sugar free varieties.[2]

Marketed as 'energy fuel at a price you can swallow,' the drink contains 160% daily value of vitamin C, 240% daily value of vitamin B6, and 830% daily value of vitamin B12 per 16 fl oz serving according to product packaging (purchase date: 2020-11-24). It also contains taurine, caffeine, inositol, and guarana seed extract. Sugar-free versions contain sucralose and acesulfame potassium.[3] Rip It drinks average about 160 mg of caffeine from all sources per 16 oz. serving according to product packaging (purchase date: 2020-11-24). A 16-oz can of Lemoan'r has 204 mg of caffeine.[4]

The brand sponsors the 100Talk Podcast,[5]Olympic champion alpine skierJulia Mancuso and the No. 16 car in the Automobile Racing Club of America driven by Joey Coulter in 2012.[6][7]


The drink is also popular and widely consumed by U.S. forces in Afghanistan and Iraq.[8][9][10][11]


  1. ^'Rip It National Beverage Corp'. National Beverage Corp. Retrieved 2017-04-13.
  2. ^'Rip It - Shasta Foodservice'. Shasta Foodservice. Retrieved 2017-05-05.
  3. ^'Rip It Review How It works, Pros/Cons, In-Depth Reviews'. Retrieved 2012-02-16.
  4. ^'Caffeine in Rip It Energy Drink'. caffeineinformer. Retrieved 2017-03-31.
  5. ^
  6. ^[1]Archived April 10, 2010, at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^'Joey Coulter Ready to Rip It Up at Talladega'. Catchfence. 2010-04-20. Retrieved 2012-02-16.
  8. ^Memmott, Mark (2009-06-26). 'In Afghanistan: Coffee; Rip Its; And Tobacco : The Two-Way'. NPR. Retrieved 2012-02-16.
  9. ^Tyson, Ann Scott (2009-05-22). 'Generals Find Suicide a Frustrating Enemy'. Retrieved 2012-02-16.
  10. ^Rossen, Jake. 'How Rip It Became the Unofficial Drink of the U.S. Military'. Retrieved 2017-01-31.
  11. ^Fulton, Wil (2016-08-12). 'How an Energy Drink You've Never Heard Of Took Over the US Military'. thrillist. Retrieved 2018-05-07.

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