lot2smile4 wrote:If your version does everything that is in your signature, I think you have created a version of PMS that does everything I want (media-browsing wise!)
Yep, I'm aware of that. Didn't want to refactor 100+ classes because of a single character for nowAs mentioned: s/enumarations/enumarations/g.
I thought this was ok now. I had applied the patch you've sent. What isn't where you want it to be?As mentioned, the appropriate PMS subdirectory should be used rather than $HOME/resources on Linux/Windows.
For the release, there is a single info folder . I'm going to keep the config with the three folders (debug, info and error) for development as it's handy for meAs mentioned, a logfile for each level makes log messages harder to find/navigate
Fixed in headAs mentioned, it's currently impossible to add an A-Z folder.
Agreed, a less techy log would be a good thing. I'll have to give a thought on what info should be in there and how to differentiate what will be logged. What's for sure is that there will be a new log4j appender.More user-centric logging in debug.log so users don't have to dive through the developer-oriented logfiles to do basic debugging. In my local branch, I log the title before and after cleanup (i.e. for debugging filename_replace_expressions.txt). I've also patched tmdb.jar to log the Movie.search URL, which is needed to figure out why some files aren't being identified.
Haven't noticed anything with this. What did you stumble upon?tmdb.jar has other issues: the tmdb JSON API has bugs that aren't present in the XML API.
Ok, I'll correct thisRegression: the Linux build has an empty (apart from plugins.txt) plugins directory.
The web folder is a plugin. If the plugin dir is empty, you wont be able to add itRegression: can't see a way to add the Web folder.
That's right, plugins implementing AdditionalFolderAtRoot aren't used, because the entire tree structure is being managed differently now.Looks like it's incompatible with the Channel plugin (and any other plugin that adds a root folder?).
Will be correctedGenres aren't automatically sorted (e.g. alphabetically).
The information is stored, but not exposed (yet). Actually, every time you play a video for more than 80% of its length, an entry is being stored with the info what was played, when playing finished and for how long it ran.Ability to sort/filter by "last played" timestamp.
Will be added. More of a GUI issue..As mentioned, it would be nice if one could configure a folder to show the last n items e.g. the 15 most recently added videos.
This can already be done by writing a plugin. I'd suggest implementing net.pms.external.ExternalListener. The database is accessible in a static way by calling net.pms.medialibrary.storage.MediaLibraryStorage.getInstance().TheTVDB plugin.
Your workaround is good enough for now I don't see much use to have this filter criteria in the tree view. It will be interesting to see this, where you can see and edit all the properties; in the Library view. We're still half blind for now.Add a boolean field to expose unclassified/uncategorized files (i.e. films not found on themoviedb.org). At the moment, I'm using Year == 0, which works, but an explicit field would be better
I don't intend to ship other profiles. The default profile contains a set of folders which seem useful for most people and are there to give an idea of the possibilities the library offers.It'd be really nice if you shipped a list of profiles representing different setups.
Everyone will have their own preferences for laying out their library. I don't bother with "detail" folders (yet), and delete those. I also make other changes (see the screenshot). While the product is developing, it'd be great if there was a way to save/restore library trees (i.e. unpopulated databases). At the moment, it takes me quite a while to delete things, add folders, sort the genres &c. and it would be nice to just select "chocolateboy" from a drop-down list and for all/most of that to be done automatically.
Long term, it'd be great if you used migrations so that database schema changes don't force a complete rebuild.
I think it already behaves the way you want. To clarify what can be added to a file displayed as a folder:I'd prefer plots and other text to be "text videos" rather than filenames, though that's something that's probably better handled by adding hooks to the core.
Yeeees, I want it too!! This will take time though :/Unleash the Library pane!
There won't probably be many changes to the db, as it contains pretty much everything it needs
I think it already behaves the way you want. To clarify what can be added to a file displayed as a folder
p.s. would you mind if I link to the image you've posted to have a screen shot in the first post?
I've attached a patch with my outstanding changes.
Does it include TMDb tags? I know they're not being used/exposed yet, but I can't remember if you're storing them already.
How about trailers?
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