[Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v0.6.1

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Re: [Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v0.6.1

Postby jools772 » Tue May 26, 2020 1:12 pm

sp00kie wrote:God I wish they would just make this functionality a part of the app. it would solve so many problems.

What functionality? The biggest problem with this plugin is that people want very differnt things of it. That's why it has evolved and is now confusing to many people. I know what I want and that's to both remove stuck torrents and to remove seeding ones when they are done. I can gather from this thread and the github page what some people want as well, but what i don't know is how many people are happy with the current functionality. People usually come to the page when they have an issue.

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Re: [Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v0.6.1

Postby ss4johnny » Sat Jul 04, 2020 12:19 pm

Just installed unofficial deluge 2.x and wanted to try out this plugin. I installed it on the plugins screen and made sure it was checked. However, even after quitting it and opening back up, I don't have a line in the Preferences screen for me to adjust the settings.

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Re: [Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v0.6.1

Postby mhertz » Sun Jul 05, 2020 9:42 am

Yeah, that's a known issue in the deluge2 updated forks of autoremoveplus, so you either configure it momentarilly from webUI instead, or change the config file directly under your deluge profile dir. Just in case, make sure to use jools fork, latest version is 0.6.15, which has py3.8 in name matching also your deluge version used.

https://github.com/springjools/deluge-a ... s/releases
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Re: [Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v0.6.1

Postby benba » Mon Jul 06, 2020 4:31 pm

I'm a little bit confused, which version/release is the latest one working with deluge 1.3.15?

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Re: [Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v0.6.1

Postby tote94 » Wed Jul 22, 2020 4:44 pm

Hi guys!

I've just started a new fork from the last version by Omar Alvarez. I've started the versioning from 2.0.0, because it is for Deluge 2. As far as I know, it is fully functional. The Gtk3UI works too. Changed the time values from days to hours and added some minor functions like removing by torrent size. I'm sure it has some bugs, but definitely worth a try. I hope you'll like it.

Download:
https://forum.deluge-torrent.org/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=55733

Screenshot of the Gtk3UI:
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Re: [Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v0.6.1

Postby jools772 » Wed Oct 28, 2020 3:12 pm

Don't fork old branches, there are a bunch of fixes that you didn't include.

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Re: [Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v0.6.1

Postby benba » Tue Nov 03, 2020 10:05 am

@jools772 @tote94 @mhertz

It seems that you are all smart and all of you contribute code to this (AutoRemovePlus) plugin. Is it maybe possible to merge all of your skills in one release for this great plugin. Atm it is hard enough to work with deluge 2 as it has many lack of documentation, unsupported plugins and unsupported platforms.

Or at least @tote94 and @jools772 what's the difference between you plugin versions?

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Re: [Plugin] Auto Remove Plus v0.6.1

Postby mhertz » Tue Nov 03, 2020 11:31 am

Thanks for including me in the smart pack lol, appreciated for sure, though honestly not the case regarding myself(my submitted PR for this project where extremely simple), as very noobish at python to say the least, but again, appreciate the inclusion :)

I agree it would for sure be nice to have the combined powers of these two fine gents work, into a single plugin(not forgetting of-course the original authors omaralvarez and Jamie Lennox).

Personally I'm a simpleton and don't use this plugin myself(practically any, well except my staple of ltconfig), but obviously appreciate the powers it exposes. Also, for one thing, jools added alot of fixes/changes, and tote amongst others also fixed the gtk interface to function, so indeed would be nice to have "combined".

Thanks again mate, and I'll move away and make room for jools and tote's more relevant and interesting response :)


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