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  Reply # 322898 26-Apr-2010 09:48
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When you say you eventually got the xml file what problems did you have?

We are looking for any feedback, positive or negative, to make the app more reliable.

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  Reply # 322920 26-Apr-2010 10:49
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My setup - 2 Hauppauge 2200's, 1 Nova S Plus, Jaycar reader, latest DVBLink TVSource, Win7 MCE. I have found that I cannot access any form of EPG with DVBLink Server/TVSource running, but if I restore a pre-DVBLink/Jaycar/NewCS/etc image, I can. I can supply logs if required. Has anybody else experienced this, or come up with a fix/workaround?
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  Reply # 322925 26-Apr-2010 10:57
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Can you PM me the logs, both failing and working?

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  Reply # 322931 26-Apr-2010 11:05
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Main problem was working out which ini file needed modifying and what needed to be modified to match my particular setup, terrestial and Mediaportal in this case.

The only other problem was initially I was guides for all channels except TVNZ, after checking the Mediaportal TV server channel frequencies realised I had missed one.

Mediaportal was not initially importing the xml file correctly, quite possibly something I was doing wrong, or a missing .dtd file, it eventually did import correctly though.

One suggestion would be perhaps a flag or option that lets you specify what location the xml file gets created in, it could then get dropped (for ease of use) into a mediaportal server folder for example.

just a thought

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  Reply # 322936 26-Apr-2010 11:11
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My co-conspirator Brad (aka giggles) is currently working on a GUI for setting up the ini file. We know it's a pain.

We are also planning a plugin for MP so the collection wil then hopefully be seamless.

You can already specify where the output file goes - just use the Output parameter in the ini file.

Thanks for your interest and feedback. It's appreciated.

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  Reply # 322943 26-Apr-2010 11:16
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Damn, missed that output parameter sorry. Have EPGgrabber run on a schedule and I dont need to touch it again :) Thanks to you guys for building something that has so much potential :)

Let me know if you need anything tested.

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  Reply # 322944 26-Apr-2010 11:18
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SJB:
You can already specify where the output file goes - just use the Output parameter in the ini file.


Just a word of warning to anyone using this with ForTheRecord...

I had the file outputting directly to the C:\Program Files\ForTheRecord\Services\XMLTV directory and found that it would sometimes bomb out. The problem seems to be that 4TR would start reading the file before the EPG grabber had finished writing the file causing it to come back with errors such as "Root element is missing". I've found the safest solution (even when I was downloading EPG data from the web) is to save the XML file somewhere else then move it to the 4TR directory.

It seems to be a timing issue with 4TR and a bit of bad luck, if it starts reading the file in the middle of a write it gives up then doesn't try to read the file again.

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  Reply # 322949 26-Apr-2010 11:24
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You could also Output the file with a name that 4TR would not recognise and then just rename it once EPG Collector finished.

Same result I suppose. Just saves you deleting the old file.

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  Reply # 322953 26-Apr-2010 11:30
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SJB: You could also Output the file with a name that 4TR would not recognise and then just rename it once EPG Collector finished.

Same result I suppose. Just saves you deleting the old file.


4TR reads any *.xml file in that directory and then once it's finished moves the file to either the "Imported" or "Rejected" subdirectories, so the file's removed afterwards anyway.

I was doing a copy of the file to start off with and had the same problem, the file would start getting read before the copy had finished and the 4TR import would return an error. I don't know how often they're polling that directory but an 800K file copy on a 1TB Barracuda doesn't take that long! :)

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  Reply # 322957 26-Apr-2010 11:35
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Give it a different suffix then (eg .txt).

EPG Collector doesn't need the suffix to be .xml - it can be anything you like.

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How stand alone is the MHEG processor as I'm wanting to look at a Linux port of the code.

Also is their an online repository of the source code. I tried the SVN checkout from Sourceforge, but all I got was an empty directory.




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  Reply # 323064 26-Apr-2010 14:51
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You could pull the MHEG stuff out of it pretty easily.

It processes MPEG2 sections it gets from the BDA Sections and Tables filter and works through the DSMCC protocol until it can find the EPG files in the pseudo directory structure. It then adds EPG entries to a collection. All that stuff is pretty well contained in a single VS 2008 project.

It's C Sharp - is that a problem?

We haven't put the code up yet because we wanted to make sure it was stable. It's also being tidied (redundant code removed) and commented. It won't be long though.

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SJB: You could pull the MHEG stuff out of it pretty easily.

It processes MPEG2 sections it gets from the BDA Sections and Tables filter and works through the DSMCC protocol until it can find the EPG files in the pseudo directory structure. It then adds EPG entries to a collection. All that stuff is pretty well contained in a single VS 2008 project.

It's C Sharp - is that a problem?

We haven't put the code up yet because we wanted to make sure it was stable. It's also being tidied (redundant code removed) and commented. It won't be long though.


C# can be handled via mono. Not optimal but it should work.

Just need to work out a clean way to provide the data streams using Linux tools rather than windows ones, but again not a major.

I'll keep my eyes open for a code release, and thanks for all of the hard work.

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Reply # 323227 26-Apr-2010 20:22
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Looking good on Windows 7. Don't know what I did yesterday, but the version you gave me today, Giggles, looks good.

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  Reply # 323316 27-Apr-2010 00:21
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Hi everyone
good job with the programe, hopefully this is going to be the final epg downloader/ updater we will need

got a problem

downloaded 1.0.8 version today
finaly got to work
i had to add 00 for freq for it to work, or is possible that i might have had card recording (id say recording) so my boo boo

made up my own ini named TVguide, made shortcut to to the EPG Collector with the ini=tvguide.ini so it uses my ini file

but it will not make the file TVguide.xml

here is the log file to me it looks all good

##################################

00:05:18:854 Started on 4/27/2010
00:05:18:854 ============================ EPG Collector V1.0.8 ==============================
00:05:19:026 Found tuner 1: Hauppauge WinTV 88x DVB-T Tuner/Demod (Terrestrial)
00:05:19:135 Found tuner 2: Hauppauge WinTV 88x DVB-S Tuner/Demod (Satellite)
00:05:19:135 Processing command line parameter: /ini=TVguide.ini
00:05:19:135 Processing ini parameter: Output:C:\Program Files\Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal TV Server\TVguide.xml
00:05:19:135 Processing ini parameter: Tuner:1
00:05:19:135 Processing ini parameter: Timeouts:10,300
00:05:19:151 Processing ini parameter: Frequency:00554000,8,Y
00:05:19:151 Processing ini parameter: Frequency:00650000,8,Y
00:05:19:151 Processing ini parameter: Frequency:00682000,8,Y
00:05:19:151 Processing ini parameter: Frequency:00522000,8,Y
00:05:19:167 Processing frequency 554000 to locate stations
00:05:19:182 EPG Frequency: 554000
00:05:19:182 EPG Bandwidth: 8
00:05:19:182 EPG Adding Network Provider
00:05:19:198 EPG Adding BDA Board Filters
00:05:19:245 EPG Adding TIF Filter
00:05:19:370 EPG Adding Sections And Tables Filter
00:05:19:370 EPG Adding MPEG2 Demux
00:05:19:385 EPG Connecting mux to TIF
00:05:19:401 EPG Connecting mux to sec tab
00:05:19:401 EPG Logging filters
00:05:19:401 EPG Filter: MPEG-2 Sections and Tables
00:05:19:401 EPG Pin: In Connected to: MPEG2 Demultiplexer
00:05:19:401 EPG Filter: BDA MPEG2 Transport Information Filter
00:05:19:401 EPG Pin: IB Input Connected to: MPEG2 Demultiplexer
00:05:19:417 EPG Media type: MPEG2 Sections ; ATSC SI
00:05:19:417 EPG Media type: MPEG2 Sections ; DVB SI ** Connected **
00:05:19:417 EPG Media type: 78c4e641-0ed1-11d3-bc6b-00a0c90d63b5 ; ec232eb2-cb96-4191-b226-0ea129f38250
00:05:19:417 EPG Pin: OOB Input not connected
00:05:19:417 EPG Media type: MPEG2 Sections ; 951727db-d2ce-4528-96f6-3301fabb2de0
00:05:19:417 EPG Filter: MPEG2 Demultiplexer
00:05:19:417 EPG Pin: MPEG-2 Stream Connected to: Hauppauge WinTV 88x TS Capture
00:05:19:417 EPG Pin: 1 Connected to: BDA MPEG2 Transport Information Filter
00:05:19:417 EPG Media type: MPEG2 Sections ; DVB SI ** Connected **
00:05:19:417 EPG Pin: 2 not connected
00:05:19:417 EPG Media type: Video ; MPEG2 Video
00:05:19:432 EPG Pin: 3 not connected
00:05:19:432 EPG Media type: Audio ; MPEG2 Audio
00:05:19:432 EPG Pin: 4 not connected
00:05:19:432 EPG Media type: MPEG2 Sections ; None
00:05:19:432 EPG Pin: 5 Connected to: MPEG-2 Sections and Tables
00:05:19:432 EPG Media type: MPEG2 Sections ; MPEG2 Data ** Connected **
00:05:19:432 EPG Filter: Hauppauge WinTV 88x TS Capture
00:05:19:432 EPG Pin: MPEG2 Transport Connected to: Hauppauge WinTV 88x DVB-T Tuner/Demod
00:05:19:432 EPG Media type: Stream ; MPEG2 Transport ** Connected **
00:05:19:432 EPG Pin: MPEG2 Transport Connected to: MPEG2 Demultiplexer
00:05:19:432 EPG Media type: Stream ; f4aeb342-0329-4fdd-a8fd-4aff4926c978 ** Connected **
00:05:19:432 EPG Filter: Hauppauge WinTV 88x DVB-T Tuner/Demod
00:05:19:432 EPG Pin: Input0 Connected to: DVB Network Provider
00:05:19:432 EPG Media type: 71985f41-1ca1-11d3-9cc8-00c04f7971e0 ; None ** Connected **
00:05:19:432 EPG Pin: MPEG2 Transport Connected to: Hauppauge WinTV 88x TS Capture
00:05:19:448 EPG Media type: Stream ; MPEG2 Transport ** Connected **
00:05:19:448 EPG Filter: DVB Network Provider
00:05:19:448 EPG Pin: Antenna Out Connected to: Hauppauge WinTV 88x DVB-T Tuner/Demod
00:05:19:448 EPG Media type: 71985f41-1ca1-11d3-9cc8-00c04f7971e0 ; Null
00:05:19:448 EPG All filters logged
00:05:19:698 EPG Tuning to: 554000:-1:-1:-1
00:05:19:698 EPG Tuned to 554000:-1:-1:-1 signal strength = -41000
00:05:19:698 EPG Graph playing
00:05:20:338 Signal locked - scanning SI tables for stations
00:05:21:745 Found 4 stations on 554000
00:05:21:745 Included station: TV3 PLUS1 (ONID:8746 TSID:29 SID:1302 Service type 22)
00:05:21:745 Included station: TV3 (ONID:8746 TSID:29 SID:1300 Service type 25)
00:05:21:745 Included station: C4 (ONID:8746 TSID:29 SID:1301 Service type 22)
00:05:21:745 Included station: C42 (ONID:8746 TSID:29 SID:1303 Service type 22)
00:05:21:745 Collecting EPG data for frequency 554000
00:05:21:745 Main: Run request received
00:05:22:760 Worker: Started on 4/27/2010 at 12:05 AM
00:05:22:760 Processing frequency: 554000
00:05:22:760 Worker: EPG delivery system is DSMCC on frequency 554000 pid 1003
00:05:22:760 DSMCC processing on frequency: 554000 PID 1003
00:05:26:745 Data load finished
00:05:26:760 Server Initiates: 1 Info Indications: 1 Total blocks: 27 Data complete: False
00:05:26:776 Returning 0 EIT entries
00:05:26:776 Added: 0 Updated: 0 Total Now: 0
00:05:26:776 DSMCC processing on frequency: 554000 PID 1003
00:05:29:651 Data load finished
00:05:29:651 Server Initiates: 1 Info Indications: 1 Total blocks: 50 Data complete: False
00:05:29:667 Returning 355 EIT entries
00:05:29:667 Added: 355 Updated: 0 Total Now: 355
00:05:29:667 DSMCC processing on frequency: 554000 PID 1003
00:05:32:526 Data load finished
00:05:32:526 Server Initiates: 1 Info Indications: 1 Total blocks: 64 Data complete: True
00:05:32:542 Returning 572 EIT entries
00:05:32:542 Added: 217 Updated: 355 Total Now: 572
00:05:32:698 All data processed
00:05:32:698 Worker: Background worker thread exiting
00:05:32:698 Main: Stop request received
00:05:32:698 Main: Stopping background worker thread
00:05:32:698 Main: Stop request processed
00:05:32:698 EPG Graph stopped
00:05:32:713 Processing frequency 650000 to locate stations
00:05:32:713 EPG Frequency: 650000
00:05:32:713 EPG Bandwidth: 8
00:05:33:307 EPG Tuning to: 650000:-1:-1:-1
00:05:33:307 EPG Tuned to 650000:-1:-1:-1 signal strength = -3000
00:05:33:307 EPG Graph playing
00:05:34:260 Signal locked - scanning SI tables for stations
00:05:36:385 Found 11 stations on 650000
00:05:36:385 Included station: Maori Television (ONID:8746 TSID:33 SID:1400 Service type 22)
00:05:36:385 Included station: Parliament TV  (ONID:8746 TSID:33 SID:1401 Service type 22)
00:05:36:385 Included station: Test Channel (ONID:8746 TSID:33 SID:1402 Service type 22)
00:05:36:385 Included station: ChineseTV (ONID:8746 TSID:33 SID:1403 Service type 22)
00:05:36:401 Included station: PRIME (ONID:8746 TSID:33 SID:1404 Service type 22)
00:05:36:401 Included station: TV33 (ONID:8746 TSID:33 SID:1405 Service type 22)
00:05:36:401 Included station: Freeview | HD (ONID:8746 TSID:33 SID:1406 Service type 25)
00:05:36:401 Included station: tvCentral (ONID:8746 TSID:33 SID:1408 Service type 22)
00:05:36:401 Included station: Radio NZ Concert (ONID:8746 TSID:33 SID:2001 Service type 10)
00:05:36:401 Included station: Radio NZ National (ONID:8746 TSID:33 SID:2000 Service type 10)
00:05:36:401 Included station: BaseFM (ONID:8746 TSID:33 SID:2002 Service type 10)
00:05:36:401 Collecting EPG data for frequency 650000
00:05:36:401 Main: Run request received
00:05:36:401 Worker: Started on 4/27/2010 at 12:05 AM
00:05:36:401 Processing frequency: 650000
00:05:36:401 Worker: EPG delivery system is DSMCC on frequency 650000 pid 1004
00:05:36:401 DSMCC processing on frequency: 650000 PID 1004
00:05:40:088 Data load finished
00:05:40:088 Server Initiates: 1 Info Indications: 1 Total blocks: 26 Data complete: False
00:05:40:088 DSMCC processing on frequency: 650000 PID 1004
00:05:43:979 Data load finished
00:05:43:979 Server Initiates: 1 Info Indications: 1 Total blocks: 46 Data complete: False
00:05:43:979 Returning 317 EIT entries
00:05:43:995 Added: 317 Updated: 0 Total Now: 889
00:05:43:995 DSMCC processing on frequency: 650000 PID 1004
00:05:48:042 Data load finished
00:05:48:042 Server Initiates: 1 Info Indications: 1 Total blocks: 65 Data complete: True
00:05:48:057 Returning 1083 EIT entries
00:05:48:073 Added: 766 Updated: 317 Total Now: 1655
00:05:49:057 All data processed
00:05:49:057 Worker: Background worker thread exiting
00:05:49:057 Main: Stop request received
00:05:49:057 Main: Stopping background worker thread
00:05:49:057 Main: Stop request processed
00:05:49:057 EPG Graph stopped
00:05:49:057 Processing frequency 682000 to locate stations
00:05:49:073 EPG Frequency: 682000
00:05:49:073 EPG Bandwidth: 8
00:05:49:932 EPG Tuning to: 682000:-1:-1:-1
00:05:49:932 EPG Tuned to 682000:-1:-1:-1 signal strength = -41000
00:05:49:932 EPG Graph playing
00:05:52:432 Signal not locked
00:05:53:432 Signal not locked
00:05:54:432 Signal not locked
00:05:55:432 Signal not locked
00:05:56:432 Signal not locked
00:05:57:432 Signal not locked
00:05:58:432 Signal not locked
00:05:59:432 Signal not locked
00:06:00:448 Signal not locked
00:06:01:448 Signal not locked
00:06:01:448 Failed to lock signal
00:06:01:448 EPG Stopping graph
00:06:01:448 EPG Removing filters
00:06:01:463 EPG Releasing Graph Builder
00:06:01:463 EPG Releasing Capture Builder
00:06:01:557 EPG Releasing Network Provider
00:06:01:557 EPG Releasing Tuner
00:06:01:573 EPG Releasing Capture Filter
00:06:01:573 EPG Releasing TIF Filter
00:06:01:573 EPG Releasing Sections And Tables Filter
00:06:01:573 EPG Releasing MPEG2 Demux
00:06:01:573 ============================ Output data report ==============================
00:06:01:588 Station: TV3 PLUS1 (Service ID 1302) Start: 4/27/2010 12:00:00 AM End: 5/5/2010 12:00:00 AM Records: 192 Overlaps: 0 Gaps: 0
00:06:01:588 Station: TV3 (Service ID 1300) Start: 4/27/2010 12:00:00 AM End: 5/5/2010 12:00:00 AM Records: 198 Overlaps: 0 Gaps: 0
00:06:01:588 Station: C4 (Service ID 1301) Start: 4/27/2010 12:00:00 AM End: 5/5/2010 12:00:00 AM Records: 139 Overlaps: 0 Gaps: 0
00:06:01:588 Station: C42 (Service ID 1303) Start: 4/27/2010 12:00:00 AM End: 5/5/2010 12:00:00 AM Records: 43 Overlaps: 0 Gaps: 0
00:06:01:588 Station: Maori Television (Service ID 1400) Start: 4/27/2010 12:00:00 AM End: 5/5/2010 12:00:00 AM Records: 110 Overlaps: 0 Gaps: 0
00:06:01:588 Station: Parliament TV  (Service ID 1401) Start: 4/27/2010 12:00:00 AM End: 5/5/2010 12:00:00 AM Records: 31 Overlaps: 0 Gaps: 0
00:06:01:588 Station: Test Channel (Service ID 1402) No data
00:06:01:588 Station: ChineseTV (Service ID 1403) Start: 4/27/2010 12:00:00 AM End: 5/5/2010 12:00:00 AM Records: 211 Overlaps: 0 Gaps: 0
00:06:01:588 Station: PRIME (Service ID 1404) Start: 4/27/2010 12:00:00 AM End: 5/5/2010 12:00:00 AM Records: 162 Overlaps: 0 Gaps: 0
00:06:01:588 Station: TV33 (Service ID 1405) No data
00:06:01:588 Station: Freeview | HD (Service ID 1406) Start: 4/27/2010 12:00:00 AM End: 5/5/2010 12:00:00 AM Records: 15 Overlaps: 0 Gaps: 0
00:06:01:588 Station: tvCentral (Service ID 1408) Start: 4/27/2010 12:00:00 AM End: 5/5/2010 12:00:00 AM Records: 237 Overlaps: 0 Gaps: 0
00:06:01:588 Station: Radio NZ Concert (Service ID 2001) Start: 4/27/2010 12:00:00 AM End: 5/5/2010 12:00:00 AM Records: 170 Overlaps: 0 Gaps: 0
00:06:01:604 Station: Radio NZ National (Service ID 2000) Start: 4/27/2010 12:00:00 AM End: 5/5/2010 12:00:00 AM Records: 82 Overlaps: 0 Gaps: 0
00:06:01:604 Station: BaseFM (Service ID 2002) Start: 4/27/2010 12:00:00 AM End: 5/5/2010 12:00:00 AM Records: 65 Overlaps: 0 Gaps: 0
00:06:01:604 Summary: Total Stations = 15 Total Gaps = 0 Total Overlaps = 0 Total Time = 00:00:42.7500000
00:06:01:604 Finished - created 1655 EPG entries
00:06:01:604 Exiting with code = 0


########################################

Here is copy of my ini
i have the epg collector located and running from here in MP
C:\Program Files\Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal TV Server
i have had it named just Output:TVguide.xml
still with no luck
apart from not makeing the file programe shold be sweet


###############################################################

# Parameter lines all start with a name terminated by the ':' character followed by parameter values terminated by a comma except the last.
# Unrecognised parameter lines are silently ignored.
# Delete or comment out the lines you don't need.
# The Satellite parameter (if present) must come before the frequency parameters.
# The Frequency parameters must come before the Station parameters.
# NOTE - THERE ARE DIFFERENT PARAMETER LAYOUTS FOR THE FREQUENCY PARAMETERS FOR SATELLITE AND TERRESTRIAL. DELETE OR COMMENT OUT THE ONES NOT NEEDED. 

# Output - specifies the path of the output file. Default is XMLTV.xml in the executable directory.

Output:C:\Program Files\Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal TV Server\TVguide.xml

# Tuner - specifies number of tuner to use. Only needed if more than one tuner. Default is to use first available.
#       Run utility with command line /tuners to get list of tuners and numbers.

Tuner:1

# Timeouts - in seconds - optional - defaults are 10 and 300 respectively
# Param1 - maximum wait time to lock signal after tuning
# Param2 - length of time to collect data before changing frequency
 
Timeouts:10,300



# Frequencies for terrestrial
# Param1 - frequency
# Param2 - bandwidth
# Param3 - Y = collect MHEG data if present N = only collect EIT data (MHEG data only present on NZ Freeview frequencies at the moment.
#       Parameter has no effect on frequencies not carrying MHEG data but must be present)

Frequency:00554000,8,Y
Frequency:00650000,8,Y
Frequency:00682000,8,Y
Frequency:00522000,8,Y


# TV Stations - Excluded stations list - any station in this list WILL BE IGNORED
# Param1 - Frequency
# Param2 - Service ID

#Station:12483000,1909



####################################################


Chhers guys
hope you can help me

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