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#2266 Fixed Auto adding of torrents not working fgeek

After some update (sorry I don't know which. probably the last) auto adding of torrents does not work anymore. I have checked that configuration.

Client: 1.3.5 Server: 1.3.5 Libtorrent:

I can test other versions of client/server if needed. My friend confirmed he has the same issue.

#2779 WontFix AutoAdd plugin disabling watched folders with WindowsError 32 maxwolfie

I am getting closer to figuring this out, see below error report:

[ERROR   ] 19:51:40 core:323 Disabling 'Z:\abcd\Watch\abcd', error during update: [Failure instance: Traceback: <type 'exceptions.WindowsError'>: [Error 32] The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process: u'Z:\\abcd\\Watch\\abcd\\abcd.torrent'
--- <exception caught here> ---
c:\program files\deluge\deluge-1.3.11-py2.6.egg\deluge\plugins\autoadd-1.04-py2.6.egg\autoadd\

The above happens when I cut and paste a *.torrent file into any watched folder.

The file does import into Deluge but then the watch folder in question unchecks itself, so any future *.torrent files placed in the directory just sit there, until I forcefully check the relevant box again. If multiple files have built up in the directory, they all import without a hitch. This happens at least when I have the "Delete .torrent after adding" option checked.

It almost seems that Deluge is trying to delete the file before it has finished copying to the watch folder, or at least before Windows "unlocks" the file for other processes to modify.

Any ideas on what is happening?

N.B. - I am trying the "Append extension after adding" function to see if it fixes the issue. I assume I will get the same result though, as if the file is being used by another process and can't delete it then Deluge won't be able to rename it either. UPDATE: Yes, same issue as I suspected.

#1983 Invalid Autoadd plugin not loading torrents with non-ascii char names Cas thepace

I load torrent by dropping them into watch folder and autoadd plugin loads them into deluge. On torrents with non-ascii character names files are not loaded into deluge and they stay in watch folder until i manually delete them. On manuall add via gui same torrent load properley.

sample file name that was not loaded:Los cronocrímenes

following error is written in deluged log:

[ERROR ] 00:56:46 core:204 Unable to auto add torrent due to inproper filename encoding: 'ascii' codec can't decode byte 0xc3 in position 19: ordinal not in range(128

OS used: ubuntu x64

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