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TheTVDB Multiple Part Episodes Question
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jmarshall Wrote:Grab the zipped XML download from tvdb (use the link in your debug log to grab it) and pastebin the XML.

http://pastebin.com/6AuPkQ5i
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#17
Thanks - definitely decimals in the dvd episode field. Please open a ticket on trac and attach that to the ticket (otherwise it'll timeout on pastebin) and cc me - I'll add any other details from there.

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jmarshall Wrote:Thanks - definitely decimals in the dvd episode field. Please open a ticket on trac and attach that to the ticket (otherwise it'll timeout on pastebin) and cc me - I'll add any other details from there.

Cheers,
Jonathan

Done.
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#19
Sorry if this is a stupid question, but is there any way to be notified by the bug tracker when something new is posted there? I am having the same issue, and would like to keep up to date as to when a fix will be out, but don't want to leave a "me too" comment there.
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#20
add yourself to the cc line.
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#21
I see the Cc line, but I am not able to click on it or edit it.
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#22
Just post to the ticket in that case - you'll receive updates from then on.
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#23
jmarshall Wrote:Just post to the ticket in that case - you'll receive updates from then on.
OK, done. Thanks.
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#24
If you post a comment, you should be cc'd on all future updates.
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#25
sho Wrote:If you post a comment, you should be cc'd on all future updates.
Sweet, thanks. I did get an email copy of my post as well.
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#26
Any news on that matter?
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#27
We need this fixed Sad I didn't find this thread and original trac report(http://trac.xbmc.org/ticket/11092) before posting my own trac report(http://trac.xbmc.org/ticket/12780) about it.

But it seems nobody have yet to fix the scraper decimal problem!

I think it could use some more attention considering this is a pretty bad ass scraper problem for us tv show lovers who wants dvd order instead of aired order. Thetvdb got many tvshows now with episodes with decimal naming Sad

Stargate sg-1 for 1
Season 1
s01e01 as 1e01 correct
s01e02 ain't added since scraper don't understand 1.2
s01e03 as 1e02 because it says 2.0
s01e04 as 1e03 since it says 3.0
.....
s01e21 as 1e22 since it says 21.0
s01e22 not added since there isn't 22.0

same problem on season 7
s07e21 scraped as 7e21
s07e22 ain't added since scraper don't understand 21.2
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#28
bah 6 weeks and nothing Sad
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#29
(2012-04-29, 11:48)SoWErA Wrote: bah 6 weeks and nothing Sad
This problem was reported over a year ago... look at the starting date of this thread.
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#30
still nothing Sad how can such a important problem not be solved yet Sad
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