how to exclude torrent by name from add to queue

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how to exclude torrent by name from add to queue

Postby mazzo » Thu Sep 24, 2015 9:19 am

hi

i have activated the option of "auto add" from a specific directory

so when i download a torrent file, to the destination folder, it will be auto added to deluge to start download

i want a filter or something to exclude starting download some torrent files depend on their names

or ignore .torrent files (depend on a keyword in their names) from auto add to deluge

this can be possible ?

download the .torrent files to my destination folder is not done by my hands ! , so i want something to control which torrents to be downloaded

thanks in advance :)

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Re: how to exclude torrent by name from add to queue

Postby Shryp » Thu Sep 24, 2015 9:31 am

Looking through the autoadd plugin I see there is a setting for add in paused state. If it were me I would probably give a try of adding 2 folders and setting one to add started and the second to add paused.

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Re: how to exclude torrent by name from add to queue

Postby mazzo » Thu Sep 24, 2015 9:46 am

seems like you misunderstand what i mean

i want deluge to skip torrents from auto add folder

skipping torrents is depending on a keyword in the .torrent name

for example if the .torrent file name is ( kongfu.panda-hell.torrent )

and i don;t want to add any torrents which their names have the word "hell" , so this torrent file won't be added to deluge and deluge will skip it

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Re: how to exclude torrent by name from add to queue

Postby Cas » Thu Sep 24, 2015 10:18 am

That is not the purpose of the Autoadd plugin, you need to apply those exclusions in the program you are using to populate the autoadd directories, as per Shryp's suggestion.

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Re: how to exclude torrent by name from add to queue

Postby mazzo » Thu Sep 24, 2015 11:06 am

thnx a lot for reply

but i don't use the autoadd plugin, i just use the auto add option in the "download" tab in preferences !

will i be in need of a plugin to enforce deluge to skip downloading torrent which has the prohibited word

is this possible ?

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Re: how to exclude torrent by name from add to queue

Postby Cas » Thu Sep 24, 2015 11:38 am

How are your torrents downloaded at the moment? That really is what you need to alter, before Deluge.

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Re: how to exclude torrent by name from add to queue

Postby mazzo » Thu Sep 24, 2015 12:21 pm

the .torrent files got automatically downloaded through an RSS reader tool, but this tool has not option to filter

that's why i need the process to be done through deluge

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Re: how to exclude torrent by name from add to queue

Postby mazzo » Thu Sep 24, 2015 1:13 pm

so, any plugin can be done to enforce deluge from auto add torrents which has a specific word ?

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Re: how to exclude torrent by name from add to queue

Postby Cas » Thu Sep 24, 2015 3:21 pm

No because it does not make sense. Your RSS tool needs to do this, I'm not sure about yarss2 but certainly flexget can exclude torrents from being added.

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Re: how to exclude torrent by name from add to queue

Postby Shryp » Thu Sep 24, 2015 7:31 pm

YaRSS2 can be set to add some as started and some as paused. And you don't need to have a watched folder for it to work.


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