watzen Wrote:open up a command window, run->cmd->enter. then navigate to the folder where the script is in. then type "nameofscript.vbs Tv-Serier\Fringe" (without quotes). Switch over to xbmc and it should scan that folder after 10 seconds.
since I run a centralized mySQL solution, I have added all my local sources as SMB sources. that requires me to use "/"'s in my path. but if you are using local sources then you should use "\"''s. So the second one should be the correct one.
And the sourcepath should be as you wrote.
The scan seems to be working, yay!
But i just discovered something not so great, when i pause and/or resume my torrents in uTorrent i get "Windows Script Host" error window for each and every torrent that is in uTorrent right now (about 70 now :eek
Error: The system cannot locate the resource specified
What's that about?
And one final question, will the seeding work with this procedure?
Before this i used the perl script also found on this forum and while it worked great, the moving of the files made it so they couldn't be seeded (unless i re-locate them, and that would be a real hassle for every torrent)