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mbw2001 with the updater I used API v2 which is now dead. If you look here https://github.com/mrkipling/maraschino/...updater.py it was adapted for v3. Might be helpful Smile
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Im looking at it atm. However Im wondering a bit about some of the code. For instance: You write the current version to version.txt, but you never read that file?
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The one above they edited so I don't know what exactly is going on there. The original one from HTPC Manager should use the version.txt. I was just referencing the API because the original HTPC Manager uses the old API.

Is there a scheduler to check regularly for updates or is it all manual?
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(2012-06-28, 08:20)_Mikie_ Wrote: The one above they edited so I don't know what exactly is going on there. The original one from HTPC Manager should use the version.txt. I was just referencing the API because the original HTPC Manager uses the old API.

Is there a scheduler to check regularly for updates or is it all manual?

Just to help you guys there is a scheduler. Every 6 hours it will check for updates and it does use Version.txt to compare git hashes.
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Yeah, complicated scheduler at that! But I was referring to whether HTPC Manager had the scheduler added yet or not Smile
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I purposely didnt implement the schedular from the development branch yet. I would like to get the update script working first.

The script itself seems to be working (removed all the maraschino.* variables and made it pretty much standalone. I prefere a simple working skeleton i kan expand if needed.)

Next step is making the manual update check button work and a manual do update button. After that i might make a schedualed check. Though i might just save the version and date and do a check if current date is different than last check. Implementing af schedualer just for this seems overly complicated.
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https://github.com/mrkipling/maraschino/...__.py#L147
Thats where the version check happens (on launch) after launch the hash is checked from Maraschinos memory.

as for the scheduler i used APScheduler. Its pretty simple...

Code:
from apscheduler.scheduler import Scheduler

SCHEDULE = Scheduler()
SCHEDULE.add_interval_job(checkGithub, hours=6)
SCHEDULE.start()

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For everyone who used to use this I think that we are back to plus minus where we were before development stopped.

https://github.com/mbw2001/HTPC-Manager
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Awesome thx Mikie!
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Hey guys,
I've been using Marachino for a few weeks now, and overall think it is good but I need it to be touchscreen friendly... it is not. And I'm not sure they have any interest in making it be - maybe cuz touch screens are a fad Wink

anyway... if this app will be touch friendly (I'm not talking about small mobile phone screens) then I'm onboard.

Please let use know what the plans are for touch.

thx!
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(2012-07-04, 08:25)_Mikie_ Wrote: For everyone who used to use this I think that we are back to plus minus where we were before development stopped.

https://github.com/mbw2001/HTPC-Manager

Sweet. Cloning and testing.. again. Laugh

Do you want possible bugs/issues/suggestions reported to GitHub?
Kodi @ Windows Server 2012 R2 | Pulse-Eight USB-CEC Adapter
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If you're taking requests, the list of wanted movies is way longer than the list of "next aired"

Perhaps a setting to allow us to choose how many of each to show on the dashboard?
Thank you to everyone for this awesome software!
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@Livin There are no mouse over effects or anything that would hinder a touch screen. You are welcome to test it out and give feedback if you find something isn't usable. Once I get a tablet I'll do the same and optimise it where necessary.

@paavor Yes bugs/issues/suggestions to github and fixes too Tongue

@SlackMaster Valid point. Maybe a chosen number with a "show more" to show everything?
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Any chance that CouchPotato functionality will be included at some point? Would be great to have a single interface for managing everything.
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(2012-07-05, 08:16)_Mikie_ Wrote: @SlackMaster Valid point. Maybe a chosen number with a "show more" to show everything?

Yea, something like that. Just to help the aesthetics on the dashboard. I like what's been done so far. Looks really nice.

If you added an "Applications" feature like Maraschino has, you might convince me to make the switch. I kind of use Maraschino as a landing page for my whole setup right now and use it for shortcuts to other stuff (like my router). As was stated though, it's not very tablet friendly.

It's nice to see some development on this again though. Cheers to all those who are breathing some life back into this.


(2012-07-05, 18:30)maruchan Wrote: Any chance that CouchPotato functionality will be included at some point? Would be great to have a single interface for managing everything.

The latest one I downloaded has CouchPotato functionality.
Thank you to everyone for this awesome software!
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