All my web archivist colleagues - is there a tool/script floating out that I can just feed a list/CSV of URLs and get back (if any) Wayback links?

Even better would be if I could just point it a plain-text/source file and it just pulled the URLs itself

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something like the Broken Link Checker plugin I use on my Wordpress blog - but, y'know, not in PHP...

github.com/wpmudev/broken-link

@The_BFOOL IA-checker.py might be useful here but it's prone to breaking 😅 It doesn't give you the wayback url, this might be something that's included in the API but I don't remember github.com/jfcarrano/archives-

@joe oh thanks! the API can definitely return the captured snapshot URL, so I could probably figure out how to tweak that

archive.org/help/wayback_api.p

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