Extra REGEX for TV Show Episode matching - Printable Version
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- n3rdyguy - 2010-01-05 20:25
xexe Wrote:The best way would be to create a tvshow.nfo.Thanks alot. I will read up on that particular .nfo in the wiki
Edit: The .nfo with only the shows name in it, works like a charm! Thanks!
hmm - n3rdyguy - 2010-01-05 21:53
n3rdyguy Wrote:Thanks alot. I will read up on that particular .nfo in the wikiAfter testing further, I can't get it to add any episodes if I use the tvshow.nfo. Can this be done somehow? Even after I've added both the title and episodeguide url.
- xexe - 2010-01-05 22:12
See the OP for the 4 things i need you to do so I can support you.
- n3rdyguy - 2010-01-05 23:26
xexe Wrote:See the OP for the 4 things i need you to do so I can support you.What is "the OP"?
22:25:08 T:892 M:2752856064 ERROR: CVideoInfoScanner::OnProcessSeriesFolder: Asked to lookup episode rar://D%3a%5cDOWNLOAD%5cXBMC%5fTEST%5cStargate%2eUniverse%2eS1%2eHDTV%5cStargate%2eUniverse%2eS01E10%2eJustice%2eHDTV%2eXviD%2dFQM%5cstargate%2euniverse%2es01e10%2ehdtv%2exvid%2dfqm%2erar/stargate.universe.s01e10.hdtv.xvid-fqm.avi online, but we have no episode guide. Check your tvshow.nfo and make sure the <episodeguide> tag is in place.
22:25:08 T:892 M:2752839680 NOTICE: My Videos: Scanning for video info using worker thread, operation took 00:00
I'll add the tvshow.nfo to one of the episode folders and see if it gets it. Didn't work. I get an additional error:
22:28:55 T:1328 M:2748293120 WARNING: DIRECTORY::CVideoDatabaseDirectory::GetLabel - Unknown nodetype requested 11
I've started a topic in the other thread. Thanks for your help so far.
- xexe - 2010-01-06 01:44
OP = Opening Post of a thread.
Just put the show URL in and nothing else. No XML no nothing.
i.e. a text file with this one line
Place this file in the root of that specific tv show folder.
- _Shorty - 2010-01-07 13:31
No more word on matching BeyondTV recordings?
- xexe - 2010-01-16 12:20
_Shorty Wrote:No more word on matching BeyondTV recordings?
Not knowing anything about it probably not
If you are running a recent SVN then this REGEX will NOT WORK. This is because recent SVN releases are case sensitive. 1.8 will be released soon which will tackle this. If you need a quick fix surround all your regex with ?(i)
- _Shorty - 2010-01-16 15:04
Hmm, you were talking about it earlier in this thread, end of page 2, start of page 3. But I don't believe anything ever came of it.
xexe Wrote:I am not sure how stacking works in relation to date regex extraction since i dont use date in any of my collection. Will need to ponder this.
outleradam Wrote:xexe: is it possible to use regex to identify something like this:
- xexe - 2010-01-18 14:16
See Opening Posts for details.
Tread lightly. Feedback requested.
- tofen - 2010-01-24 19:14
I'm kinda new here, but I think I've found a small issue with REGEX.
It doesn't detect "two-part" TOPAZ episodes, it just adds it as the first of the two instead.
I have one with folder name:
"tpz-burnnotice11112.r00" or "tpz-burnnotice11112.avi"
And I also want to take the opportunity to thank you for the good work with .