XBMC / Kodi: List files not found in library

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One of the biggest hurdles for people setting up their first XBMC/Kodi machines is getting content to scan correctly.

Although the scanner supports a number of different naming conventions, there's still no built-in way of checking which files have been ignored by the library scanner.

That's why "null_pointer" created "Missing Movie Scanner". It checks your library and finds any movie files which have been ignored by the library, so you know which ones to rename properly.

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Installation

  • Load up XBMC
  • Settings
  • Add-ons
  • Get Add-ons
  • XBMC.org Add-ons
  • Video Add-ons
  • Scroll down to "Missing Movie Scanner"
  • Select install
  • Go back to the home menu
  • Access Add-ons from your home menu (you may need to enable this, depending on your skin)
  • Select "Video Add-ons"
  • Missing Movie Scanner
  • Now you can select between movies or TV shows
  • The next screen will list the files which aren't included in your library.

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No, sadly this won't fix any high-5 misses

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Python: Visualise your class hierarchy in UML

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Sometimes it's handy to graph out the way your classes are arranged, either for training purposes or simply to help you plan your next move.

There's always the option of doing it manually, or you can use some handy tools to do so.

To get the ball rolling, grab pylint and graphviz

sudo apt-get install graphviz libgraphviz-dev python-dev
pip install pylint pygraphviz

If you don't have python-dev installed, you'll run into the error below:

pygraphviz/graphviz_wrap.c:124:20: fatal error: Python.h: No such file or directory
#include <Python.h>

Now back in your project folder, type:

pyreverse -my -A -o png -p test **/classes.py

Replace "classes.py" with "**.py" if you want all python files.

Another example is if you wanted to graph all the form classes:

pyreverse -my -A -o png -p test **/forms.py

Once it's done, you'll now have classes_test.png and packages_test.png in the folder. The packages image allows you to determine if your code modules are properly decoupled. The classes files shows you how twisted your class inheritance may be.

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Django models

For Django specific projects, you can install a module called "django_extensions". It also uses graphviz to generate some cool charts but is very Django friendly so you don't have to manually remove Meta classes from your models.

The syntax for graphing models is:

python manage.py graph_models -g -e -l dot -o my_project.png module_a module_b module_c
  • -g groups the models into their respective apps for easier viewing
  • -e shows the inheritance arrows
  • -l uses the "dot" rendering layout by GraphViz (possible values are: twopi, gvcolor, wc, ccomps, tred, sccmap, fdp, circo, neato, acyclic, nop, gvpr, dot, sfdp. I found dot to be the only legible one, and most of them didn't work for me)
  • "-o my_project.png" is the output file
  • module_x includes all the modules which you want to draw

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