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Old 12-09-2006, 11:31 AM
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Scripts to modify XMLTV data.

Ok, I want to make a couple of changes to some of my xmltv data... for the program below, special attention to the item in bold:
Quote:
</programme>
<programme start="20061213110000 +0100" stop="20061213120000 +0100" channel="C3326.www.mtepgdplu.com">
<title lang="en">Nova</title>
<length units="minutes">60</length>
<desc lang="en"> - Descent Into the Ice
Series/Special. (2004) An exploration of ice caves in Mont Blanc finds trapped flood water that menaces the populated valleys below. (CC) (Stereo) </desc>
<rating system="MPAA">
<value>NR</value>
</rating>
<star-rating>
<value>0/5</value>
</star-rating>
<category lang="en">Series</category>
<date>20060101</date>
</programme>
First all of my data has the " - " which is useless right at the beginning of the <desc> field, and I would like to remove that out.

For series that have episode titles, like this one does, there is a carriage return right after the episode name. I looked through the data and there are not any carriage returns in any other <desc> data unless it is following an episode name, and the episode names are alwats rights at the beginning. I would like to parse the data so that the info before a carriage return is removed from the <desc> field and inserted into a new field within the listing of <subtitle> like this: <sub-title lang="en">Descent Into the Ice</sub-title>

Can anyone give me a little direction on creating a script to do this??
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Old 12-11-2006, 02:43 PM
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my xmltv grabber ( http://www.birtles.org.uk/xmltv ) can import and process xmltv listings. You will require a little knowledge of lua to do what you want though
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Old 12-31-2006, 10:47 PM
something fishy something fishy is offline
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I use bkReplaceEm to tidy up xmltv files. It replaces strings in a text file and can be run from the command line. In this case replace
<desc lang="en"> -
with
<desc lang="en">
It is freeware from
http://www.boolean.ca/replace/

Happy New Year
Eric
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Old 12-31-2006, 10:50 PM
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Sorry, hadn't fully read what you want.

tvxb is as close as I've found to an intelligent xmltv grabber and will probably allow you to split the description and title fields as you need.

www.tvxb.com

Eric
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