Eisbahn Wrote:What about <certification>? Is it deprecated and only MPAA is used instead?
Because of different DVDs, I've got more than one mpaa tag, e.g. 12years heavy cut, 16years cut, 18years uncut (it's not a single instance) at "The Rock" (IMDB-ID = tt0117500)
Certification is still in there, sorry I left it out of my info
Eisbahn Wrote:What about the function GetIMDBThumbs? Does it fetch all pics from IMDB, or only the posters (and maybe product)? What are the constants SX, SY, SX$INFO and SY$INFO (or what is this)? Why is the function not repeated (think the users wants more than one thumbnail)? Don't know exactly what this function should do. Pointing to <http://www.imdb.de/title/tt0499549/mediaindex?refine=poster>? Any help?
GetIMDBThumbs only grabs the posters. The actor thumbs are grabbed with the rest of the actor info
SX$INFO is nothing however the $INFO part has meaning, what you left out was [imdbscale] in its entirety $INFO[imdbscale], is a place holder for whatever value the user has selected in the settings for the size of the images to be downloaded (the setting with the id "imdbscale"), $INFO[<settingid>] simply tells the scraper "Replace this placeholder (the placeholder being in this case $INFO[<settingid>])with the text selected in the setting with the id <settingid>
Eisbahn Wrote:How can I call a site without getting a "&" to "&" cleaned? Actually I used a function which removes the & and makes an & into the links :=( The "no HTML clean" tag does not work at all...
Ampersands should be cleaned up by default (if you're looking at the source code of XBMC see ScraperParser::ParseExression where it is commented nasty hack #1)
double the ampersand
the effect being that &amp; becomes &
Eisbahn Wrote:What format should <premiered> have? String with month written out, or date?
Premiered is simply imported/exported as a string, so it has no localization and/or globalization format. So it doesn't really matter
(but as of current i have no idea IF its stored in database, and if it is, no idea WHERE its stored, because looking in the video34.db the premiered value
seems to be nowhere.)