Extra REGEX for TV Show Episode matching - Printable Version
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- xexe - 2010-09-29 10:55
First stab at anime matching and a small number of subtle bug fixes.
Also much shorter commenting to make the file less huge.
I have also added a line to the change log to define the stable version. Everything else should be considered beta.
On a serious note those that are following this thread please when someone posts can you help with this format and they have hand written the file names/examples etc... if you see this immediately point them at the support section in the OP.
I recently wasted a lot of time in IRC PM helping a dude when what he was telling me wasn't what XBMC was seeing.
I now REQUIRE absolutely the debug log. Time is the only thing i cant afford
Kudos all and I hope this continues to help
- snyft - 2010-09-29 14:47
awesome work xe! Havent checked if its the same anime regexp you gave me yesterday but i will "install" your little pack today and see if it works nice
- xexe - 2010-09-29 15:05
I have a good idea how to make multipart anime work but i want to do this in more steps for bug finding
- snyft - 2010-10-04 20:17
xexe Wrote:I have a good idea how to make multipart anime work but i want to do this in more steps for bug finding
Ok, well i can say from my testing it seems to work pretty good. Will check for errors tomorrow tho.
- zwat - 2010-10-05 08:53
just a note. u say on second post that stable version is v1.9 however there is no pastebin link to v1.9
- xexe - 2010-10-05 21:48
zwat Wrote:just a note. u say on second post that stable version is v1.9 however there is no pastebin link to v1.9
fixed thanks to sowerea
- xexe - 2010-10-06 09:29
I am pondering allowing two sesaon folder formats. Using "weeds" as an examples
is the current format. I might add:
Now that XBMC has dvd tagging in confluence this would help with names that don't have that tag i.e. TPZ
However I am having all sorts of problems doing it.
- snyft - 2010-10-11 00:00
I dont feel that its needed, but thats me.
- xexe - 2010-10-14 08:37
Beta 3 is out.
Before updating can you do a full update library scrape.
Then scrape again and report any example of stuff found on the installation of beta 3 please.
The idea is to see if the current regex is affected by the URL encoder changes in beta 3
- anub1s - 2010-10-15 20:29
awsome to see your adding anime compatability to the tv shows the latest file already helped find a lot more files then the orriginal XBMC settings, but still a lot of my vid's aren't getting detected, perhaps due to my file structure ( E:/Animename[videoheight]/*.mkv) and some are just getting displayed in a weird way or not fully.
like bakemonogatari for example, it finds 14 out of 15 video's which all have the same name structure which seems kind of weird to me, but it also name's then in a weird way (example)
i dont know if this is helpfull feedback but i'm just putting it out there.
i would provide u with a complete update with debug scanning on but i dont know how
and is there a easy way to get the file names? i have 242 anime's which are together 5510 episodes (all unchanged names) so i might be able to help get u closer to those 50.000 names
ps, which scraper would u recommend if tvdb might case issue's because of the season thing.