tv_augment [--rule <file>] [--config <file>]
[--input <file>] [--output <file>]
[--log <file>] [--nostats]
tv_augment [-r <file>] [-c <file>]
[-i <file>] [-o <file>]
[-l <file>] [-n]
Augment an XMLTV xml file by applying corrections (“fixups”) to programmes matching defined criteria (“rules”).
Two types of rules are actioned: (i) automatic, (ii) user-defined.
Automatic rules use pre-programmed input and output to modify the input programmes. E.g. removing a “title” where it is repeated in a “sub-title” (e.g. “Horizon” / “Horizon: Star Wars”), or trying to identify and extract series/episode numbers from the programme title, sub-title or description.
User-defined rules use the content of a “rules” file which allows programmes matching certain user-defined criteria to be corrected/enhanced with the user data supplied (e.g. adding/changing categories for all episodes of “Horizon”, or fixing misspellings in titles, etc.)
(see “perldoc XMLTV::Augment” for more details)
--input FILE read from FILE rather than standard input.
--output FILE write to FILE rather than standard output.
--rule FILE file containing the user-defined rules.
--config FILE configuration file containing a list of which rules you want to run.
--nostats do not print the summary log of actions performed, or list of suggested fixups.
--log FILE output the stats to this FILE.
--debug LEVEL print debug info to STDERR (debug level > 3 is not likely to be of much use (it generates a lot of output))
Geoff Westcott, honir.at.gmail.dot.com, Dec. 2014.