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Post edited January 16, 2019 by Kalanyr
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Kalanyr: Never mind
Would you please make a small fix on your dev branch? I'm a bit lazy to make a PR right now:
At line 191:
if (sysLang is not None):
sysLang = sysLang[:2]

Else I can't run it on my Synology NAS from cron because it won't find the locale for some reason and will crash because of it.

Thanks!
Post edited January 24, 2019 by blotunga
unsure if its bug or feature, but there is a fun thing I've noticed recently - usage of netbrake (tool to limit network speed per application) makes gogrepo display incorrect download speed values.

E.g - lets say, Im limiting my download speed to 500kbytes/s (which is my actual download speed). Without netbrake - gogrepo shows 0.4/0.5, which is correct. But with - it always says "0.0" (while real download speed remain the said 0.5 - I've checked).
Post edited January 24, 2019 by Gekko_Dekko
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Gekko_Dekko: unsure if its bug or feature, but there is a fun thing I've noticed recently - usage of netbrake (tool to limit network speed per application) makes gogrepo display incorrect download speed values.

E.g - lets say, Im limiting my download speed to 500kbytes/s (which is my actual download speed). Without netbrake - gogrepo shows 0.4/0.5, which is correct. But with - it always says "0.0" (while real download speed remain the said 0.5 - I've checked).
The download speed displayed in gogrepo is probably very sensitive to timing issues because of the way it's calculated and displayed (it's basically a thread that keeps displaying the dowloaded amount / interval for each of the other threads, based on their reporting of their amount downloaded (and converted into something human readable)).
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Kalanyr: The download speed displayed in gogrepo is probably very sensitive to timing issues because of the way it's calculated and displayed (it's basically a thread that keeps displaying the dowloaded amount / interval for each of the other threads, based on their reporting of their amount downloaded (and converted into something human readable)).
I see
anybody else unable to download Ghost 1.0 via gogrepo?
I've updated my library (both globally and by using id/slug from gogdb (for some reason, its marked as "unlisted" there, so probs thats a deal)), but it says there is nothing to do with these ids.
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Gekko_Dekko: anybody else unable to download Ghost 1.0 via gogrepo?
I've updated my library (both globally and by using id/slug from gogdb (for some reason, its marked as "unlisted" there, so probs thats a deal)), but it says there is nothing to do with these ids.
It downloads for me (I had it in my list since it was still marked new) the game name (for manual update using -ids) is ghost_10

Mini Ghost is mini_ghost
Post edited January 31, 2019 by Kalanyr
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Gekko_Dekko: anybody else unable to download Ghost 1.0 via gogrepo?
I've updated my library (both globally and by using id/slug from gogdb (for some reason, its marked as "unlisted" there, so probs thats a deal)), but it says there is nothing to do with these ids.
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Kalanyr: It downloads for me (I had it in my list since it was still marked new) the game name (for manual update using -ids) is ghost_10

Mini Ghost is mini_ghost
thanks, looks like gogdb has (or, atleast, had) incorrect ids
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timppu: My normal procedure (to keep my GOG game collection clean and up to date):

update
clean
download
verify
Hi, i've inserted above a quote from about 6 months ago (it won't let me reply for some reason), i've installed kalanyr version and all components ok and logged in ok, i have downloaded successfully 255 games (it says about 1.200 items).

i'm just a bit stuck now on the clean command format. According to github dot com/Kalanyr/gogrepo, adding clean command is still on kalanyr's todo list ie not yet implemented? but the earlier post seems to indicate clean command moves older versions into !orphaned subfolder, and i can see 3 games/older installers in there (so is clean unneccessary)?

if i were to put everything into a batch file to be run regularly, say once per month, in terms of having a complete offline archive of my games, are there any issues with the following (assuming i've already previously logged in once)? This is based on gogrepo.py being located in d:\gogrepo-master\ and my downloaded games being in d:\gogrepo-master\games\. The reason for the repeated download is my internet connection is a bit flaky.

d:
cd gogrepo-master
gogrepo.py update -os windows -lang en -updateonly
gogrepo.py update -os windows -lang en -skipknown
gogrepo.py download games
gogrepo.py verify games -delete
gogrepo.py download games
Post edited February 09, 2019 by NZPaul
Kalanyr..? Please tell me that you're still working on gogrepo T_T