[RELEASE] Texture Cache Maintenance utility
Hello, thank you for this seems pretty useful.

I have a question though.

Is it impossible to manage texture cache belonging to a "another Kodi instance"? For example, a client and server, both running Kodi. Client loads Thumbnails and textures13.db from the server.  Server instance of Kodi is never used for browsing, only updating the MySQL database and so does not need to cache anything.

I tried setting the paths on the script config to the Kodi Client "Thumbnails" folder and associated textures13.db (residing on the server, using path substitution and symbolic link), and tried to use the script with the server instance of Kodi to update these. However, the script ignores the paths from the config and proceeds to populate the "Thumbnails" folder of the server instance of Kodi.

To put it simply, I'd like to have the texture cache updated when new media is scanned in to the database, but without having Kodi client PCs running or running Kodi. Can this be done at all? Hopefully you get the idea from my confusing explanation.
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