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google music: improve the matching of search results #445

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tizonia opened this Issue Feb 21, 2018 · 4 comments

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tizonia commented Feb 21, 2018

The idea is to use a fuzzy matching library to help with the matching of the query results with the user-provided string.

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tizonia commented Mar 9, 2018

This has been implemented in the 'plex' branch. It is now in master. Closing

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luislobo commented Sep 19, 2018

@tizonia How does the plex feature handle google music for fuzzy searching?

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tizonia commented Sep 19, 2018

Sorry, my message was perhaps a bit misleading. In Tizonia, the plex commands (as well as all the other commands, i.e google music, youtube, spotify, etc) internally implement fuzzy matching. That means your search strings don't need to be very precise in order to provide the 'expected' results.

e.g.

--spotify-artist "quen"  (instead of 'queen')
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luislobo commented Sep 19, 2018

@tizonia I see, great, thank you! Yeah I was reading the code and found out after my message what you mention. Thank you for the quick response, too!

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