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ingeon
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PostSubject: MC nfo structure   MC nfo structure Icon_minitimeThu Apr 29, 2010 9:50 pm

Does MC stick to the same nfo layout that XBMC and other scrapers use?
XBMC nfo structure

What happens when I rescrape certain things? Does it get added ontop/below or does it insert it, to
keep a standard in the nfo files?
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PostSubject: Re: MC nfo structure   MC nfo structure Icon_minitimeFri Apr 30, 2010 12:24 pm

MC nfo files use the XBMC standard as default, the nfo files are fully supported and can be imported by XBMC.

Rescraping replaces the contents of the field with the rescraped contents.
eg
<rating>5.1</rating>
when rating is updated will change to the current rating
<rating>5.2</rating>.

The whole file is resaved, but only altered items will change.

Currently MC supports all XBMC tags.

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