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tree based on folder's name?

Postby x0r » Tue Mar 29, 2011 1:51 am

Is this possible with the current beta? i have checked the newest b7 but it seems most of trees cataloged based on nearest same name conviction, if so please make it an option to cataloging a trees based on destination folder names.
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Re: tree based on folder's name?

Postby DThor » Tue Mar 29, 2011 8:14 am

How about an example to clarify what you mean? Lost me.

No explicit naming of content, please.

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Re: tree based on folder's name?

Postby richy99 » Tue Mar 29, 2011 8:15 am

im wondering if he means folders, i purposely didnt post as i wasnt sure what he was on about
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Re: tree based on folder's name?

Postby DThor » Tue Mar 29, 2011 1:10 pm

Oh, I think I know. He wants to do the equiv of (in linux speak) 'mkdir -p', which is, if a parent directory doesn't exist, make it. So he could download to folder and enter

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foozball\soft\furry\exterior


and it would make all those folders if they didn't already exist.

But no, you can't currently do that, assuming I'm right. Hmm, take it back, dunno. Not on windows ATM.

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Re: tree based on folder's name?

Postby x0r » Tue Mar 29, 2011 3:54 pm

Sorry if i confused you all :D , what i've meant is like this :

on download list tab we normally see this
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Name                                              Destination folder
tree1.s01e1.hdtv.rar                                d:\dump\tree.s01 
 ----tree1.s01e1.hdtv.r00                            d:\dump\tree.s01
 ----tree1.s01e1.hdtv.r01                            d:\dump\tree.s01
 ----tree1.s01e1.hdtv.r02                            d:\dump\tree.s01

tree1.s01e1.hdtv.sfv                                d:\dump\tree.s01
tree1.s01e1.hdtv.sample.mkv                         d:\dump\tree.s01

As you can see the tree separated base on naming conviction which is partial rar volume files and other 2 separate trees for sfv and sample.mkv only, while the destination folder is the same "d:\dump\tree.s01".
What i wanted is something like this
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Name                                              Destination folder
tree1.s01e1.hdtv.rar                                d:\dump\tree.s01 
 ----tree1.s01e1.hdtv.r00                            d:\dump\tree.s01
 ----tree1.s01e1.hdtv.r01                            d:\dump\tree.s01
 ----tree1.s01e1.hdtv.r02                            d:\dump\tree.s01
 ----tree1.s01e1.hdtv.sfv                            d:\dump\tree.s01
 ----tree1.s01e1.hdtv.sample.mkv                     d:\dump\tree.s01


One clean and neat tree based on solely from the destination folder name.
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Re: tree based on folder's name?

Postby richy99 » Tue Mar 29, 2011 4:15 pm

if they are not part of the compact set then its normal, i would say it would only work like you want if its all part of the same compacted set
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Re: tree based on folder's name?

Postby x0r » Tue Apr 05, 2011 8:22 pm

That's why i requesting it as a feature :).
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Re: tree based on folder's name?

Postby richy99 » Wed Apr 06, 2011 4:29 am

how isit supposed to know that they are the same set?
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Re: tree based on folder's name?

Postby daguenet » Sat Apr 09, 2011 9:02 am

richy99 wrote:how isit supposed to know that they are the same set?


The way I do it, in a perl script I use on a linux systems is to read the output from running par on the .par2 file. All the files par is looking for belong to this par set.
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