I am pleased to announce the release of OpenSubtitles.org Tools 0.3.0!
OpenSubtitles.org Tools 0.3.0 - Released November 3rd, 2007.
Download --> Windows or Sources (for Linux, Mac OS, etc.)
This (python) program would like to be useful to subtitle uploaders, as it's main goal is to check the subtitles that have been uploaded by any registered OpenSubtitles.org user... Future features could include upload graphs and statistics, user comparison, etc. It has no pretension of becoming another subtitle uploading program :).
I would like to ask YOU if you would be kind enough to install it and try it out a bit, and report any bugs or suggestions in this post.
As of version 0.3.0, Linux and Mac OS are now supported too! To run osTools on these platforms, please download and extract the sources, then run
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Thank you for helping me by testing osTools!
P.S.: For those geeks out there, you can always get a development version from the svn repository... I try to always get a working application in the svn, if a special functionality has to be developed, I put it in a branch so as not to interfere with the trunk... (if you don't understand what I'm talking about, nevermind!)
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Release 0.3.0 - 2007-11-03
FIX - osTools now works properly under Linux (Ubuntu at least)
CHG - The progress dialog routines are changed, now when downloading subs, a second gauge is displayed.
FIX - Accents now display properly under Linux
Release 0.2.0 - 2007-10-28
FIX - Corrected a bug happening when there is no Internet connection available for the version checking.
CHG - Added Project Website in the Help menu.
CHG - Modified the tab displaying the subtitles: removed "Movie Hash", added "# of CDs", and changed the order of the information.
FEAT - Added the "Flush Local Information" option
CHG - nicknames.xml and further data are stored in the new "data" directory
FEAT - Data is cached locally now, if there is no newly uploaded subtitles, the display is instantaneous
CHG - Center the window at startup
FEAT - Add a right-click menu to close the opened tabs
FIX - Corrected a subs right-click menu generation error
FEAT - Add a menu option to close the currently opened tab
Release 0.1.0 - 2007-06-28
CHG - The "subs" class is now derived from UserDict, for direct use in the list display
CHG - The subs are displayed chunk by chunk, each time a new page is downloaded, instead of everytime deleting the list and repopulating it entirely. Removes the flashing effect when there are a lot of subs.
FEAT - Now possible to stop a download in progress by closing the progress dialog. The GUI is updated to reflect this interuption.
CHG - The progress dialogs are now correctly centered regarding the main window.
CHG - New version checking algorithm.
CHG - Images path changed from "\\X\\Y.png" to "./X/Y.png" for Linux compliance.
Release 0.0.1 - 2007-06-26
initial public version released:
Basic tabbed interface, with user selection (previous users are saved in an XML file) and a sortable list showing the different subtitles uploaded by a user. A right click on any subtitle will popup a menu proposing to either go to the subtitle's page on OS, or go to the movie's IMDB page.