TV series wth >40 seasons

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  1. boringg

    boringg New Member

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    Hi

    I have the TV series Horizon from the BBC and there are 47 seasons.



    The parser seems to be ok up until season 39, but then it does not recognise any season above this. They are named in the same format: Horizon.SxxExx.<episode name>

    Is this a limitation, or is there some way round this?

    many thanks...
     
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    thFrgttn New Member

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    This is a limitation of the first default parsing expression.
    Changing "(?<season>[0-3]?\d)" near the start of the expression to "(?<season>[0-9]?\d)" should fix this.

    Feel free to raise your issue in the Issue Tracker
     
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    after using xbmc for a while i have come back to media portal.
    but when scanning in my horizon again, the website has changed all the naaming coventions to horizon 2010x1 name.avi
    i have tried to use the following stirng to parse:
    <series>/<series> <season>x<episode> <episodename>.<ext>
    but it don't work, all my files are now named HORIZON.YYYYxM.<name>.avi
    any ideas?
    thx
     
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    I have been using the following (pinched from the exchange thread)

    (?<series>[^\\$]*)s(?<season>\d{4})e(?<episode>\d{1,2})

    Works great, except its not picking up the 1998 and 1999 (anything prior to 2000) episodes for some reason.
    Any help is appreciated.

    Edit: Fixed the problem by moving this expression up to the top, one of the others was picking it up a Season 19 Episode 98 :)
     
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