prefacing this with things I have tried -
I have enabled absolute ordering in TVDB scraper settings
I have installed multiple regex including the one posted in the sticky on this section in the location C:\Users\(username)\AppData\Roaming\XBMC\userdata under the name "advancedsettings.xml"
renaming to S01EXXX works for anidb as its listed in 1 season for everything, but I'd rather not have to rename every tv show over 100 episodes
I am having trouble getting tv shows to scrape past episode 99 using absolute numbering
Lets take Dragon Ball Z for example. It has 291 episodes
all named as such
Dragon Ball Z - 001 - The new Threat
Dragon Ball Z - 002 - Reunions
all the way to
Dragon Ball Z - 291 - Goku s Next Journey
It scrapes fine until it gets to episode 100
using TVDB I get episodes 1-99 fully scraped
using AniDB I get episodes 1-99 fully scraped along with another 99 episodes which are 100+ renamed to episodes 1-99 giving me 198 scraped episodes
neither are accurate nor account for 291 episodes
I've searched all day and I cannot find any way to fix this. I've tested countless regex for absolute ordering but none of them give me episodes higher than a count of 99.
One of the simpler regex I've tried is
<regexp>[\._ \-]([0-9]+)()([\._\ \-][^\\/]*)</regexp>
<regexp>[\._ \- ]()([0-9]+)(-[0-9]+)?</regexp>
<regexp>[\._ \- ]([0-9]*)([0-9][0-9][0-9])([\._ \-][^\\/]*)</regexp>
<regexp>[/\._ \- ]()([0-9]+)([0-9]+)(-[0-9]+)?</regexp>
and many 1 line regexp as well as whole downloadable text files
found here http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?t=51614
and one other large one that I cannot remember where I got it.
Debug Log: ANIDB scrape - http://pastebin.com/GzZs5mVn
Debug Log: TVDB scrape - (Had to cut into 2 since larger than 500 kb
Part 1 - http://pastebin.com/DgASwYA5
Part 2 - http://pastebin.com/KtuBk1rR
Does anyone have any idea on how I can get this to work?
This is really frustrating me.
Thanks in advance