[RELEASE] Sickbeard XBMC - Control Sickbeard from XBMC

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Carey Offline
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(2015-06-18 12:01)oWarchild Wrote:  Good news, I've just starred the project Wink

I'm affraid I've never developed any kodi addon so I don't know how to add libraries.

Thanks. It installed and worked okay for you? Currently the cast members are not showing up in the show and episode info window. I'm working with the author of the "script.module.metahandler" library to see why it isn't working for me. He says it's working fine in other addons, so I'm not sure what is set wrong at the moment, if it's my code. Can you confirm if he see cast members when displaying show info?
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(2015-06-18 04:27)Carey Wrote:  I'll post the link below. But I'd could use some advice to resolve one issue that is bothering me. Does anyone know what the best or usual way is to deal with required addons that aren't part of the official Kodi Repository? I'm using two library addons from a dev that goes by the name Eldorados, that I'm using to pull the show and episode data from theTVdb.com. His libraries were pulled from the official Kodi Repository due to not being used by any official addons. So I have yet to learn what the best way is to deal with the importing of remote libraries. Do you simply tell the users in a text file that they need to first download and install these other addons manually? Or is there some other poorly documented approach that allows for importing a non official required addon? I'm also learning how to create a repository, and thought maybe it's acceptable to include someone else's addons in your own repository, which might at least make it easier for the user to find the library addons. If anyone has some constructive insight into this I'd appreciate the advice.

I'd be glad to host all the add ons in my repo. :-)

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Carey Offline
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I created a repo for the SickRage add-on I've been working on, which is a fork of Zach's work posted in this thread.

It can be found on GitHub at:

https://github.com/Hiltronix/repo/

Or a shorter direct link for adding in the Kodi/XBMC File manager would be:

https://hiltronix.com/xbmc/
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(2015-06-18 16:16)Carey Wrote:  Thanks. It installed and worked okay for you?

I haven't had a chance to try it yet... Blush

BTW, I just came across https://github.com/frdfsnlght/KODI-SickRage in some random google search. It would be great if all efforts would be focused on one project...
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