tim- Wrote:outleradam: I finally had a chance to set this up today. I have a few jobs running over the next hour and we'll see how it goes.
I think your wiki page needs a little cleaning up (still refers to MythSExx on one line) but other than that it seemed easy enough to get going. Also, there is a screenshot with some labels that doesnt have a larger version so its too small to actually read.
I will take care of that MythSExx line. There are problems with the wiki as noted in this thread: http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=65651 , and images cannot be linked properly. click the links below the image until the problem with the wiki software is fixed and I can update the page. I am considering moving the page to the Google code page.
jaygardner Wrote:just a clarification on difference between MythSExx and mythicalLibrarian...It also works offline. That's about it as far as functionality. Additional improvements are better logging and improved regex recognition and better naming of the files. It also includes a daily report and a improved doover.sh generation.
both move shows & optionally do notifications, but ML also does movies, ML also moves commercial files. & ML does airtime matching if the fuzzy logic match fails. anything significant i'm leaving out?
Creation of a NFO XML for unscrapable files is not very far off after XBMC dev team lets me know what information they can actually use without season and episode.
I tend to think of MythSExx as "subtitle2season".. a very minimalist bash soloution when you don't have airdate for air2season.py or access to mythconverg. mythicalLibrarian does it all.
Quote:a question - if you delete a show from within xbmc, is ML doing any cleanup so that all of the files on the myth box (symlink, pngs), the actual video file (wherever it is as a result of the move), & all of the commercial files get deleted or is there manual clean up needed?mythicalLibrarian tracks every comskip file it creates. It will delete it's comskip file as a part of the maintenance routine if it is the only file of that basename in it's folder.
Also, should the mythconverg database detect this deletion?
Quote:what would be the recommended way to delete files if not through xbmc... personally, i'm not a fan of letting stuff just age out - i'd rather explicitly delete it when done with it...Just delete it explicitly. You can delete the file if you want, but it's best to go through MythTV because it will still be in the database. Also, MythTV will delete renamed recordings via the symlink provided in mythicalLibrarian. Just make sure you have it set up like I specified in the wiki. mythicalLibrarian will perform it's maintenance routine on it's next run