[RELEASE] Texture Cache Maintenance utility
(2016-04-11, 12:28)Milhouse Wrote:
(2016-04-11, 07:37)ifsnop Wrote: I'm thinking about doing this automatically. Is there a "parsed date field", than contains when the nfo was read, somewhere in the database?

No, unless you change the default dateadded to the time when the file is scraped - the default is normally the modification timestamp of the media file.

If it means modifying a python script, I will give it a try. It makes more sense to me, storing the NFO file instead of the mkv file. If Kodi parses NFO files, it should be aware if someone modifies it.

(2016-04-11, 12:28)Milhouse Wrote: However the problem you had with Kolchak is entirely because Media Companion created the NFO using completely the wrong movie file (which then meant "texturecache.py qa" couldn't find the Kolchak NFO file even after it had been corrected, as the NFO file name is based on the movie file name). I can't imagine this happening very often, but if it does you need to look at how Media Companion is working.

MC mistakenly scrapped the wrong movie title. Everytime a scrapper fails to recognize the movie title, and then the user corrects it, Kodi will duplicate the entry in the database. I wonder why nobody else is having the same problem. Do you think how this problem could be fixed? I don't mind coding a solution and making a PR to your script Smile
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