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Old 10-21-2010, 02:16 AM   #1
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I have many books, including some very large series (eg. the Perry Rhodan series already has about 450 books and is increasing every week)
Each page can show 10 books, so, I made a structure which looks just like this:
Comics
Drama
Romantic
Fiction
Fiction\Harry Potter
Fiction\...
SciFi\
SciFi\Perry Rhodan
SciFi\Perry Rhodan\0001-0100
SciFi\Perry Rhodan\0001-0100\0001-0010
SciFi\Perry Rhodan\0001-0100\0011-0020
SciFi\Perry Rhodan\0001-0100\0021-0030 etc...
SciFi\Perry Rhodan\0101-0200 etc...

I know I could misuse the author field, but then I have pages consisting of at least 50 entries, which makes browsing through the library extremely slow.

Is it possible to have a property for each book in Calibre which containts the location on the ebook?
This property could be filled automatically with author, but can be overridden by the user.

(I hope you understand this problem and the possible solution)
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Old 10-21-2010, 04:16 AM   #2
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I assume that the numbers being shown above are the series index? If so, you are looking for a way to change a series index into some hierarchy?

There is no automatic way to do the arithmetic necessary to convert a series index of (say) 147 into the string 0101-0200/0140-0149. That said, you can do it manually on a book by book basis. Create two text custom columns, one for the first level of the index (lets call this #index1) and one for the second (lets call this #index2). Put the index-level folder names you want into them. For example, for book 147, you would put 0101-0200 into #index1, and 0140-0149 into #index2.

You don't say where the genre comes from. I will assume you have a custom column called #genre. (You could use tags, of course.)

Given the above, you would use a save template that would look something like
{#genre}/{series:||/}{#index1:||/}{#index2:||/}{title}

See http://calibre-ebook.com/user_manual/template_lang.html for a description of the template language.
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Thanks, I will try this!
I made a column with FolderOnEbook.
I will fill this for book 147 with:
0101-0200/0141-0150

Another column with Genre will be filled with: SciFi

The template will be:
{#genre:||/}{#folderOnEbook:||/}{title}

The title of the book is: 'Perry Rhodan 0147 - Time warp'
So, I will get:
SciFi/0101-0200/0141-0150/Perry Rhodan 0147 - Time warp

I hope this will do it!

Is it also possible to have another folder structure in the Catalog folder on my disk? (I tried to use the template '{#genre:||/}{series}/{title}', but this did not change anything when I put something in the Genre field)

edit: Don't think the catalog structure is interesting... I can 'export' to disk instead.

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Why not do the same as I have with my folder structure?

{author_sort:switch(^[A-D],[A - D],^[E-J],[E - J],^[K-O],[K - O],^[P-T],[P - T],^[U-Z],[U - Z],[Other])}

So, something like:

{series_index:switch(00[0-9][0-9], 0000-0099, 01[0-9][0-9], 0100-199, ....} etc...
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So, something like:

{series_index:switch(00[0-9][0-9], 0000-0099, 01[0-9][0-9], 0100-199, ....} etc...
Unfortunately for this idea, the switch method operates on the value converted to string but before formatting is applied. Because of this, a series index of 1 converts to the string '1', and thus won't match the pattern '00[0-9][0-9]'.

Adding a format operation, such as {series_index:0>4s:switch(....)}, doesn't help. The formatting is applied after the value is determined, which means after the functions have produced a value.

The right solution is to add a function that can do arithmetic on a field. It could look something like 'compute(expression)'. Expression would be a combination of operators, constants, and 'x' to stand for the named field.

This function would permit a general solution, at the cost of requiring 4 composite fields. They would look something like
Code:
#index1_left:{series_index:compute(((x/100)*100)+1)}
#index1_right: {#index1_left:compute(x+99)}
#index2_left:{series_index:compute((((x%100)/10)*10)+1)}
#index2_right:{#index2_left:compute((x+9)}

template: {#genre}/{series:||/}{#index1_left:0>4s||-}{#index1_right:0>4s:||/}{#index2_left:0>4s||-}{#index2_right:0>4s:||/}{title}
I know that you (sweetpea) could work this out, but it doesn't seem likely that many people could figure out how this works, much less build it from scratch. Couple that with low general utility, and it doesn't seem to be worth the trouble of building.
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Whatever I created and lost yesterday was probably the answer to all

True, that's probably a bit too much for the average user! But there might be a simpler solution as well:

#series_index_string = {series_index:0>4s}

and then use that #series_index_string with the switch...

{#series_index_string:switch(00\d\d,0000-0099,01\d\d,0100-0199,)}

That way you don't need to manually change any columns... (I tested it, it works).
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Whatever I created and lost yesterday was probably the answer to all

True, that's probably a bit too much for the average user! But there might be a simpler solution as well:

#series_index_string = {series_index:0>4s}

and then use that #series_index_string with the switch...

{#series_index_string:switch(00\d\d,0000-0099,01\d\d,0100-0199,)}

That way you don't need to manually change any columns... (I tested it, it works).
This is an excellent suggestion. You would need as many arms in the switch as the highest series number, at most 10.

As long as you are on a roll, how would you deal with the second level of indexing? Would you use something like
{#sis:switch(0.$,0000-0009,1.$,0010-0019,2.$,0020-0029,....}

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This is an excellent suggestion. You would need as many arms in the switch as the highest series number, at most 10.

As long as you are on a roll, how would you deal with the second level of indexing? Would you use something like
{#sis:lookup(0.$,0000-0009,1.$,0010-0019,2.$,0020-0029,....}
More of the same. But why the lookup? I thought lookup was the same as switch but with fieldnames instead of values?
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More of the same. But why the lookup? I thought lookup was the same as switch but with fieldnames instead of values?
I typed lookup because I wasn't paying attention. It should be switch. Will fix using the magic edit command.
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Why not do the same as I have with my folder structure?

{author_sort:switch(^[A-D],[A - D],^[E-J],[E - J],^[K-O],[K - O],^[P-T],[P - T],^[U-Z],[U - Z],[Other])}

So, something like:

{series_index:switch(00[0-9][0-9], 0000-0099, 01[0-9][0-9], 0100-199, ....} etc...
Great idea!
{series}/{title:switch(00[0-9][0-9],0000-0099,01[0-9][0-9],0100-0199,02[0-9][0-9],0200-0299,03[0-9][0-9],0300-0399,04[0-9][0-9],0400-0499,05[0-9][0-9],0500-0599,06[0-9][0-9],0600-0699,07[0-9][0-9],0700-0799,08[0-9][0-9],0800-0899,09[0-9][0-9],0900-0999,Rest)}/{title:switch([0-9][0-9]0[0-9],00-09,[0-9][0-9]1[0-9],10-19,[0-9][0-9]2[0-9],20-29,[0-9][0-9]3[0-9],30-39,[0-9][0-9]4[0-9],40-49,[0-9][0-9]5[0-9],50-59,[0-9][0-9]6[0-9],60-69,[0-9][0-9]7[0-9],70-79,[0-9][0-9]8[0-9],80-89,[0-9][0-9]9[0-9],90-99,Rest)}/{title}

Since the titles are : Perry Rhodan 0001 - First book
I could also use the title for this, it works great when using this structure:
0000-0099
0000-0099/00-09
0000-0099/10-19
0000-0099/20-29 etc.
0100-0199/00-09
0100-0199/10-19 etc.
Any idea to make the last folder complete so it reads like this:
0000-0099
0000-0099/0000-0009
0000-0099/0010-0019
0000-0099/0020-0029 etc.
0100-0199/0100-0109
0100-0199/0110-0119 etc.
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I tried to make a column based on the title, so it would extract the number in series from it, but I can't seem to make it work.
I used this template: {title:[0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9]}
thinking this would return only the number.
Would love to check if the title starts with 'Perry Rhodan' and returns the number automatically.
This way I can use another automatic column with only the first three characters etc.
so I would have these columns:
NumberInSeries1 (containing: 0001, 0002,.. 0100, 0101, etc.) (complete)
NumberInSeries2 (containing: 000, 001, etc.) (tenths)
NumberInSeries3 (containing: 00, 01, etc.) (hundreds)
NumberInSeries4 (containing: 0, 1, etc.) (thousands)

and the template would be something like:
{#NumberInSeries4}000-{#NumberInSeries4}999/{#NumberInSeries3}00-{#NumberInSeries3}99/{#NumberInSeries2}0-{#NumberInSeries2}9/{title}
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I tried to make a column based on the title, so it would extract the number in series from it, but I can't seem to make it work.
I used this template: {title:[0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9]}
thinking this would return only the number.
Assuming that your naming structure is uniform, what you want is something like
{title:re( (\d\d\d\d) ,\1)}
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Would love to check if the title starts with 'Perry Rhodan' and returns the number automatically.
You have lost me. Why are you checking for Perry Rhodan? Is this the only example where the hierarchy is needed?
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This way I can use another automatic column with only the first three characters etc.
so I would have these columns:
NumberInSeries1 (containing: 0001, 0002,.. 0100, 0101, etc.) (complete)
NumberInSeries2 (containing: 000, 001, etc.) (tenths)
NumberInSeries3 (containing: 00, 01, etc.) (hundreds)
NumberInSeries4 (containing: 0, 1, etc.) (thousands)

and the template would be something like:
{#NumberInSeries4}000-{#NumberInSeries4}999/{#NumberInSeries3}00-{#NumberInSeries3}99/{#NumberInSeries2}0-{#NumberInSeries2}9/{title}
You can get the numberInSeries column as follows:

column nis: {title:re( (\d\d\d\d) ,\1)}
column nis1: {nis:re((.)...,\1)}
column nis2: {nis:re(.(.)..,\1)}
column nis3: {nis:re(..(.).,\1)}
column nis4: {nis:re(...(.),\1)}

and the template would be something like
{#nis4:||000-}{#nis4:||999/}{#nis3:||00-}{#nis3:||99/}{#nis2:||0-}{#nis2:9/}{title}
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Assuming that your naming structure is uniform, what you want is something like
{title:re( (\d\d\d\d) ,\1)}

You have lost me. Why are you checking for Perry Rhodan? Is this the only example where the hierarchy is needed?

You can get the numberInSeries column as follows:

column nis: {title:re( (\d\d\d\d) ,\1)}
column nis1: {nis:re((.)...,\1)}
column nis2: {nis:re(.(.)..,\1)}
column nis3: {nis:re(..(.).,\1)}
column nis4: {nis:re(...(.),\1)}

and the template would be something like
{#nis4:||000-}{#nis4:||999/}{#nis3:||00-}{#nis3:||99/}{#nis2:||0-}{#nis2:9/}{title}
Thanks - I am learning a lot today :P
You are right - currently this series is the only one that has this indexing structure. (All others do not have that large a series, so the complete series can be put within one folder)
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You are right - currently this series is the only one that has this indexing structure. (All others do not have that large a series, so the complete series can be put within one folder)
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Your English is fine.

The template I gave you will be equal to {title} if #nis is empty, which it will be unless it finds <space><digit><digit><digit><digit><space> in the title. Achieving that is the reason that all the special characters (slash, dash) and the extra numbers are inside the {} brackets. If #nis is empty, then none of the extra characters will be included in the result.

If the Perry Rhodan books are the only ones with titles containing that pattern, then you are done.

If other books might accidentally have that pattern, then use the following for #nis.
{title:re(Perry Rhodan (\d\d\d\d) ,\1)}
Make sure that spacing in the regexp is equal to the spacing in the titles.
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Hello,

Using Calibre 0.8.30 I made a new function with this name: folderOnDevice:
Code:
def evaluate(self, formatter, kwargs, mi, locals, val, genretext, serietext, number_in_series, max_number_in_series, aantal_menu_items):
	import math

	titletext=val
	try:
		aant_mi = int(aantal_menu_items)
	except:
		return 'aantal_menu_items is geen aantal!'

	if number_in_series is None:
		num_in_serie = 0
	else:
		try:
			num_in_serie = int(number_in_series)
		except:
			num_in_serie = 0
			#return 'number_in_series is geen aantal!'

	maxAantInSerie = 0
	if num_in_serie > 0:
		if max_number_in_series is None:
			maxAantInSerie = num_in_serie
		else:
			try:
				maxAantInSerie = int(max_number_in_series)
			except:
				maxAantInSerie = num_in_serie
				# return 'max_number_in_series is niet ingevuld!'

	s = ''

	DoeBerekening = 1
	if maxAantInSerie == 0:
		DoeBerekening = 0
	if num_in_serie == 0:
		DoeBerekening = 0

	sResult=''
	if DoeBerekening == 1:
		#Bepaal maximum diepte (aantal submenus)
		menudiepte = 0
		while (int(math.floor(maxAantInSerie / (aant_mi ** menudiepte)))>aant_mi) and (menudiepte<10):
			menudiepte = menudiepte + 1

		#tbv formattering op juiste aantal cijfers
		ac=len('{0}'.format(maxAantInSerie))

		for MenuIndex in range(0, menudiepte):
			iPWplus1 = aant_mi**(MenuIndex+1)
			van = int(math.floor( (num_in_serie-1) / iPWplus1)      * iPWplus1 + 1)
			tot = int(math.floor(((num_in_serie-1) / iPWplus1) + 1) * iPWplus1    )
			if tot > maxAantInSerie:
				tot = maxAantInSerie
			sResult = '/{3} {1:0{0}}-{2:0{0}}'.format(ac, van, tot, serietext) + sResult

	sResult = genretext + '/' + '/' + serietext + sResult + '/'
	#Dubbele slashes verwijderen
	sResult=sResult.replace('//', '/')
	sResult=sResult.replace('//', '/')
	#Eerste slash verwijderen
	sResult=sResult.lstrip('/')

	return sResult
I also created a few columns:
max_number_in_series
genre

and two columns especially for showing the folder in which the books are kept:

folder_on_device_10
Script:
Code:
{title:folderOnDevice({#genre},{series},{series_index},{#max_number_in_series},10)}
folder_on_device_6
Script:
Code:
{title:folderOnDevice({#genre},{series},{series_index},{#max_number_in_series},6)}
So, now I use the save-to-disk function with this script:
Code:
{#folder_on_device_10:||/}{title}
Most of the time this works, but for some reason some books are wrong:
I see the correct name in the tree, for example the series (12 books) 'De wetten van de magie' had this in the folder_on_device column:
Code:
Book 01: Fictie/De wetten van de magie/De wetten van de magie 01-10/
Book 02: Fictie/De wetten van de magie/De wetten van de magie 01-10/
Book 03: Fictie/De wetten van de magie/De wetten van de magie 01-10/
Book 04: Fictie/De wetten van de magie/De wetten van de magie 01-10/
Book 05: Fictie/De wetten van de magie/De wetten van de magie 01-10/
Book 06: Fictie/De wetten van de magie/De wetten van de magie 01-10/
Book 07: Fictie/De wetten van de magie/De wetten van de magie 01-10/
Book 08: Fictie/De wetten van de magie/De wetten van de magie 01-10/
Book 09: Fictie/De wetten van de magie/De wetten van de magie 01-10/
Book 10: Fictie/De wetten van de magie/De wetten van de magie 11-12/
Book 11: Fictie/De wetten van de magie/De wetten van de magie 11-12/
Book 12: Fictie/De wetten van de magie/De wetten van de magie 11-12/
When I export to disk (to folder 'D:\eBooks\_ExportFromCalibre\'), all books are placed in this folder:
D:\eBooks\_ExportFromCalibre\#folder_on_device_10

so, while many books go to the correct folder, these won't, even while the column is correct. (All Perry Rhodan books for instance are correctly placed in sub folders)
Please, help me with this problem!
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