[RELEASE] Texture Cache Maintenance utility
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(2013-03-24, 16:20)MilhouseVH Wrote: Still, would be nice if it were possible to make the scraper run unconditionally on a specific folder, or even media entry.
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(2013-03-24, 16:20)MilhouseVH Wrote:
(2013-03-24, 16:18)charrua Wrote:
(2013-03-24, 16:08)MilhouseVH Wrote: I've had a quick look at the JSON API again, and there's nothing there that seems likely to do the job, so the basic scan is all there is. Unless @jmarshall can suggest anything? I really haven't looked at how the scanner works, but it would be nice if there was a JSON method to force a re-scrape of media, rather than have the scraper do nothing because it doesn't believe there is anything wrong, or that requires updating.
Maybe you could use VideoLibrary.RemoveMovie first (or VideoLibrary.RemoveTVShow, VideoLibrary.RemoveTVShow, VideoLibrary.RemoveEpisode, etc.) and then call for a source scan.
Hmm, yeah, I'll have a go with RemoveEpisode/RemoveMovie - removing the entire TVShow is possibly a little excessive so hopefully it doesn't come to that!
As a safety measure, it'd be wise reading the media details before asking XBMC to remove it.
After source refresh is done you could even check the new info against the old one and restore fields as needed.
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