(2014-10-16 19:53)music_lover Wrote:
Quote:Any video that satisfies both these conditions (watched, and watched in the last x days) will indeed be cleaned up eventually, should you have enabled those filters.
So this is the opposite of what I want. I want to keep videos I set the watched setting on; and clean videos I skip after a few seconds/minutes(not watched setting). Can you add a checkbox to reverse the setting?
What I need is a "preview mode", where I watch and decide whether to keep it in the library or not. After a minute or so, I know whether i want it or not.
Doesn't this defeat the purpose of the addon? It's meant to clean up any videos you have already watched. If it were to clean up videos you haven't watched, then how would you be able to watch any new videos? Besides, it takes quite a lot of work to implement this in the current code and I can't imagine a large number of people using it. It would probably create a lot of confusion among non-tech-savvy people.
(2014-10-18 01:58)schumi2004 Wrote: Is this addon capable of cleaning my HDD based on certain criteria, for example no video files available and then delete dir from HDD?
I'm not quite sure what you mean exactly, but I'll try to explain how it works. This addon cleans any video in the library by either moving or deleting it. If during this process the folder becomes empty (configurable: ignoring certain file extensions), it could delete that too. Any folders that were empty before cleaning a video from it will not be touched. I have been thinking about adding such a feature, but it would mean exploring a lot of different scenarios and will bring a lot of new problems to the table, such as deciding how many parent folders should be deleted as well. It may or may not be added in the future, but it certainly won't be anytime soon if it is.
(2014-10-22 09:56)greenri Wrote: I've removed all the Cec errors that spam my logs so i could fit the full log on pastebin, here is the full log. Thank you
Thanks. What I can see is the addon is in fact being loaded by XBMC, but I can't see it starting up. Could you please also post the contents of your /home/xbian/.xbmc/userdata/addon_data/script.filecleaner/settings.xml
? This will allow me to inspect your current settings. Also, have you tried manually starting the addon instead of waiting for it to launch at XBMC startup?