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Old 25.05.2017, 06:49
kogepan kogepan is offline
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Default Packagizer does not rename Package Name for jheberg.net

Hi,
I'm not sure this is Hoster plugin related or Packagizer related issue, so let me post here.

When I add jheberg links, the package name doesn't follow the rename condition in my Packagizer settings unlike other hosters like go4up or clicknupload. For go4up, the package name and the file names are set based on the Packagizer settings, but for jheberg, only the file names are changed and the package name remains in the original name. As a result, JD2 creates two separate packages with different names, though I expected that those links would be stored in a single package since they all have same file names. In fact, if I disable the corresponding rename condition in Packagizer, all the links are stored in a single package.

Example:
1. Set the following packagizer settings:
- File Name condition: .*HorribleSubs\]?(\s+|_+)?(.+)
- File Name set: <jd:orgfilename:2>
2. Add the following links:
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
3. As shown in the attached, the links split into two different packages:
jheberg: package name remains in original, file names are renamed.
go4up and clicknupload: both package name and file names are renamed.

Environment:
JD2 version: #36896
Java version: 1.8.0_121
OS: Windows 10

Can you kindly check and, if it's a bug, fix it please?

Thanks!
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Old 25.05.2017, 11:34
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jheberg plugin has its own package instance and name set by the decrypter plugin.
according to your rule you only change the filename, if you change the packagename it might place into a single package.

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Old 25.05.2017, 12:30
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Thank you for your quick reply!
I got the expected result by adding a package renaming condition in Packagizer as you instructed.
Thanks a lot!
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Old 26.05.2017, 01:15
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