aldinach wrote:Hi again. A few more questions for when you have time please.
1) Is it possible to enhance the output of the log file generated so that next to each name it says whether it was/was not downloaded and if not, what failed?
2) Is it possible to just have the entire contents of each run of the script echo to a log file in addition to the log generated now. I usually watch it when it runs, but I would like to be able to look back through the entire log of the script's actions to see exactly what is happening.
If this is a pain for you to look into, can you just point me to the part of the script where the logging is mentioned and I'll monkey around with it a bit on my own?
Finally, for the part of your script that compares file names against the IMDB movie name, is it possible to add a filter to that regex comparison so that it ignores things like bluray, blu-ray, dvd, etc. in a movie title name? The movie software I use (XBMC) requires bluray, dvd, etc. in the movie title name in order to trigger a few things in the XBMC GUI correctly, so my names will never match exactly to IMDB given that each ends with either blu-ray, bluray, or dvd.
hi yep its possible to implement option 2 to log everything to a file, i will take a lookat this and see if i can incorporate this into my next release. your other question regards movie title, my script only cares about the folder name NOT the movie filename so you can keep the filename in whatever format you wish, as long as the folder name matches the imdb name for the movie then it should just work.