hcasse wrote:Hi All
Did some investigation to the bug reported by DemonSeed, to cut a long story short it is a bug in the .NET frame work, when scanning directories it attempts to read directories that you have no rights to. Anyway I fixed the issue and added the ability for it to have multiple src folders set.
All seems to work fine for me.
I also found a bug in the container/collection folder cleanup logic ( it was not moving movie links in a collection folder up folder level if there was just one movie in the collection folder, hope that makes sense)
Hcasse - this little program is great! One issue I have come across is that not all the folder being created are shortcuts? In each genre folder I have a few random movies that it will create the folder, copy the contents of the movie folder and then inside that folder there is a shortcut to the movie folder. For example, I have J:\DVD Movies by Genre\Comedy\Grumpy Old Men and then inside that folder is a shortcut to the Grumpy Old Men folder, instead of the shortcut to the folder being in the Comedy root folder. The only error I see in the log is the first line:
Error : The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007B)
What can I do to fix this?