#380 Deck list comparison

Feature
closed
None
9
2014-11-25
2014-08-09
No

Hopefully 9 is the lowest priority, if not disregard and change to 1.

Was wondering how difficult it would be to take existing inventory and apply deck lists from the Internet to see if you have the cards to make the deck. A window where you copy/paste lists from sites and it cross references against what you have and tells you whether you have the cards to make the deck or not. I haven't found any other software that does this or anything like it, but I did find a bunch of requests for it. Just an idea.
The date sorting thing you added worked brilliantly for my needs... I appreciate it very much.

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  • Alena Laskavaia

    Alena Laskavaia - 2014-08-11

    Yes kind of.
    Usually internet decks will be in "plain text format" which is
    Name x2
    or
    2 Name

    or something like that.

    You need to go deck import page, select Clipboard, select one of the plain text format as import format and click next. If no error it parsed it well.

    When you finish importing deck, select all cards (Ctrl-A), right-click Edit...
    and change all cards ownership to "Virtual"

    When go deck view preferences (table looking icon on view bar) and enable column called Own Count.

    This column will show you for these cards how much of them you own in form of
    X/Y/Z where Z is no much of card with this name, Y card with name and set, and X card in this specific deck

     
    • JD Something

      JD Something - 2014-08-13

      So it does it already technically...

      Awesome...
      I don't see why more people don't use this software.
      I think with a mobile version it would be the best on the market... By a landslide...
      But I'm content with this sexy beast...

      Thanks!!

      Regards,

      -J.D.

      On Aug 11, 2014, at 7:46 AM, "Alena Laskavaia" elaskavaia@users.sf.net wrote:

      Yes kind of.
      Usually internet decks will be in "plain text format" which is
      Name x2
      or
      2 Name

      or something like that.

      You need to go deck import page, select Clipboard, select one of the plain text format as import format and click next. If no error it parsed it well.

      When you finish importing deck, select all cards (Ctrl-A), right-click Edit...
      and change all cards ownership to "Virtual"

      When go deck view preferences (table looking icon on view bar) and enable column called Own Count.

      This column will show you for these cards how much of them you own in form of
      X/Y/Z where Z is no much of card with this name, Y card with name and set, and X card in this specific deck

      [bugs:#380] Deck list comparison

      Status: open
      Group: Feature
      Created: Sat Aug 09, 2014 11:32 PM UTC by JD Something
      Last Updated: Sat Aug 09, 2014 11:32 PM UTC
      Owner: Alena Laskavaia

      Hopefully 9 is the lowest priority, if not disregard and change to 1.

      Was wondering how difficult it would be to take existing inventory and apply deck lists from the Internet to see if you have the cards to make the deck. A window where you copy/paste lists from sites and it cross references against what you have and tells you whether you have the cards to make the deck or not. I haven't found any other software that does this or anything like it, but I did find a bunch of requests for it. Just an idea.
      The date sorting thing you added worked brilliantly for my needs... I appreciate it very much.

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    • JD Something

      JD Something - 2014-08-18

      I've tried this a few different ways and it still adds the cards from the deck to my inventory even when I make them virtual before importing (when selecting the name)
      Is there something I'm missing?

      Regards,

      -J.D.

      On Aug 11, 2014, at 7:46 AM, "Alena Laskavaia" elaskavaia@users.sf.net wrote:

      Yes kind of.
      Usually internet decks will be in "plain text format" which is
      Name x2
      or
      2 Name

      or something like that.

      You need to go deck import page, select Clipboard, select one of the plain text format as import format and click next. If no error it parsed it well.

      When you finish importing deck, select all cards (Ctrl-A), right-click Edit...
      and change all cards ownership to "Virtual"

      When go deck view preferences (table looking icon on view bar) and enable column called Own Count.

      This column will show you for these cards how much of them you own in form of
      X/Y/Z where Z is no much of card with this name, Y card with name and set, and X card in this specific deck

      [bugs:#380] Deck list comparison

      Status: open
      Group: Feature
      Created: Sat Aug 09, 2014 11:32 PM UTC by JD Something
      Last Updated: Sat Aug 09, 2014 11:32 PM UTC
      Owner: Alena Laskavaia

      Hopefully 9 is the lowest priority, if not disregard and change to 1.

      Was wondering how difficult it would be to take existing inventory and apply deck lists from the Internet to see if you have the cards to make the deck. A window where you copy/paste lists from sites and it cross references against what you have and tells you whether you have the cards to make the deck or not. I haven't found any other software that does this or anything like it, but I did find a bunch of requests for it. Just an idea.
      The date sorting thing you added worked brilliantly for my needs... I appreciate it very much.

      Sent from sourceforge.net because you indicated interest in https://sourceforge.net/p/mtgbrowser/bugs/380/

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      • Alena Laskavaia

        Alena Laskavaia - 2014-08-18

        Yes it does add them, but you either delete them after you done or you can filter out all virtual cards in a filter for My Cards

        Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Rogers network.
          Original Message  
        From: JD Something
        Sent: Sunday, August 17, 2014 7:38 PM
        To: [mtgbrowser:bugs]
        Reply To: [mtgbrowser:bugs]
        Subject: [mtgbrowser:bugs] Re: #380 Deck list comparison

        I've tried this a few different ways and it still adds the cards from the deck to my inventory even when I make them virtual before importing (when selecting the name)
        Is there something I'm missing?

        Regards,

        -J.D.

        On Aug 11, 2014, at 7:46 AM, "Alena Laskavaia" elaskavaia@users.sf.net wrote:

        Yes kind of.
        Usually internet decks will be in "plain text format" which is
        Name x2
        or
        2 Name

        or something like that.

        You need to go deck import page, select Clipboard, select one of the plain text format as import format and click next. If no error it parsed it well.

        When you finish importing deck, select all cards (Ctrl-A), right-click Edit...
        and change all cards ownership to "Virtual"

        When go deck view preferences (table looking icon on view bar) and enable column called Own Count.

        This column will show you for these cards how much of them you own in form of
        X/Y/Z where Z is no much of card with this name, Y card with name and set, and X card in this specific deck

        [bugs:#380] Deck list comparison

        Status: open
        Group: Feature
        Created: Sat Aug 09, 2014 11:32 PM UTC by JD Something
        Last Updated: Sat Aug 09, 2014 11:32 PM UTC
        Owner: Alena Laskavaia

        Hopefully 9 is the lowest priority, if not disregard and change to 1.

        Was wondering how difficult it would be to take existing inventory and apply deck lists from the Internet to see if you have the cards to make the deck. A window where you copy/paste lists from sites and it cross references against what you have and tells you whether you have the cards to make the deck or not. I haven't found any other software that does this or anything like it, but I did find a bunch of requests for it. Just an idea.
        The date sorting thing you added worked brilliantly for my needs... I appreciate it very much.

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        [bugs:#380] Deck list comparison

        Status: open
        Group: Feature
        Created: Sat Aug 09, 2014 11:32 PM UTC by JD Something
        Last Updated: Wed Aug 13, 2014 07:15 PM UTC
        Owner: Alena Laskavaia

        Hopefully 9 is the lowest priority, if not disregard and change to 1.

        Was wondering how difficult it would be to take existing inventory and apply deck lists from the Internet to see if you have the cards to make the deck. A window where you copy/paste lists from sites and it cross references against what you have and tells you whether you have the cards to make the deck or not. I haven't found any other software that does this or anything like it, but I did find a bunch of requests for it. Just an idea.
        The date sorting thing you added worked brilliantly for my needs... I appreciate it very much.


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        • JD Something

          JD Something - 2014-08-18

          Awesome... Thanks.

          Regards,

          -J.D.

          On Aug 17, 2014, at 8:46 PM, "Alena Laskavaia" elaskavaia@users.sf.net wrote:

          Yes it does add them, but you either delete them after you done or you can filter out all virtual cards in a filter for My Cards

          Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Rogers network.
          Original Message
          From: JD Something
          Sent: Sunday, August 17, 2014 7:38 PM
          To: [mtgbrowser:bugs]
          Reply To: [mtgbrowser:bugs]
          Subject: [mtgbrowser:bugs] Re: #380 Deck list comparison

          I've tried this a few different ways and it still adds the cards from the deck to my inventory even when I make them virtual before importing (when selecting the name)
          Is there something I'm missing?

          Regards,

          -J.D.

          On Aug 11, 2014, at 7:46 AM, "Alena Laskavaia" elaskavaia@users.sf.net wrote:

          Yes kind of.
          Usually internet decks will be in "plain text format" which is
          Name x2
          or
          2 Name

          or something like that.

          You need to go deck import page, select Clipboard, select one of the plain text format as import format and click next. If no error it parsed it well.

          When you finish importing deck, select all cards (Ctrl-A), right-click Edit...
          and change all cards ownership to "Virtual"

          When go deck view preferences (table looking icon on view bar) and enable column called Own Count.

          This column will show you for these cards how much of them you own in form of
          X/Y/Z where Z is no much of card with this name, Y card with name and set, and X card in this specific deck

          [bugs:#380] Deck list comparison

          Status: open
          Group: Feature
          Created: Sat Aug 09, 2014 11:32 PM UTC by JD Something
          Last Updated: Sat Aug 09, 2014 11:32 PM UTC
          Owner: Alena Laskavaia

          Hopefully 9 is the lowest priority, if not disregard and change to 1.

          Was wondering how difficult it would be to take existing inventory and apply deck lists from the Internet to see if you have the cards to make the deck. A window where you copy/paste lists from sites and it cross references against what you have and tells you whether you have the cards to make the deck or not. I haven't found any other software that does this or anything like it, but I did find a bunch of requests for it. Just an idea.
          The date sorting thing you added worked brilliantly for my needs... I appreciate it very much.

          Sent from sourceforge.net because you indicated interest in https://sourceforge.net/p/mtgbrowser/bugs/380/

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          [bugs:#380] Deck list comparison

          Status: open
          Group: Feature
          Created: Sat Aug 09, 2014 11:32 PM UTC by JD Something
          Last Updated: Wed Aug 13, 2014 07:15 PM UTC
          Owner: Alena Laskavaia

          Hopefully 9 is the lowest priority, if not disregard and change to 1.

          Was wondering how difficult it would be to take existing inventory and apply deck lists from the Internet to see if you have the cards to make the deck. A window where you copy/paste lists from sites and it cross references against what you have and tells you whether you have the cards to make the deck or not. I haven't found any other software that does this or anything like it, but I did find a bunch of requests for it. Just an idea.
          The date sorting thing you added worked brilliantly for my needs... I appreciate it very much.

          Sent from sourceforge.net because you indicated interest in https://sourceforge.net/p/mtgbrowser/bugs/380/

          To unsubscribe from further messages, please visit https://sourceforge.net/auth/subscriptions/

          [bugs:#380] Deck list comparison

          Status: open
          Group: Feature
          Created: Sat Aug 09, 2014 11:32 PM UTC by JD Something
          Last Updated: Wed Aug 13, 2014 07:15 PM UTC
          Owner: Alena Laskavaia

          Hopefully 9 is the lowest priority, if not disregard and change to 1.

          Was wondering how difficult it would be to take existing inventory and apply deck lists from the Internet to see if you have the cards to make the deck. A window where you copy/paste lists from sites and it cross references against what you have and tells you whether you have the cards to make the deck or not. I haven't found any other software that does this or anything like it, but I did find a bunch of requests for it. Just an idea.
          The date sorting thing you added worked brilliantly for my needs... I appreciate it very much.

          Sent from sourceforge.net because you indicated interest in https://sourceforge.net/p/mtgbrowser/bugs/380/

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  • Alena Laskavaia

    Alena Laskavaia - 2014-08-13

    I started Android implementation. But its unusably slow, I cannot
    bring myself together to profile more to figure out why
    loading 20000 cards on startup takes 3 minutes, vs 2 seconds on desktop.

     
  • Bjoern Schmidt

    Bjoern Schmidt - 2014-08-13

    Some thought for android. I never implemented things for android but I know that androids filesystem is normally slow and devices have a small RAM. If you are still using xml files as storage and load everything in the RAM I think that the RAM is full after a short time and unix will swap it in its slow file system. Why are you trying to load 20000 cards? I bet only a few are visible for the user on there tiny screens. Try to use a sql db in combination with pagination and you will only have to load a little amount of cards.

     
  • Alena Laskavaia

    Alena Laskavaia - 2014-08-13

    Even crappiest android phone will have 1G of memory.
    20K cards is 20Mb. Lets rounds it to 100Mb, still we not near the limits.
    I actually had database implementation, but it is really not worth it
    when we talking about 20Mb in memory.
    And sql does not jave good regex search engine.

     
    • JD Something

      JD Something - 2014-08-13

      I'm on an iPhone, so an android version is as about as useful to me as a bag of flaccid horse wangs... I'm not sure if the hardware is better or worse on apple devices but I have a feeling an iPad could run it at least.

      I have imtg on my phone with part of my collection on it and it seems to handle 5500 cards just fine... I suppose you could look into whatever that guy is doing but from what I understand the programmer is "difficult" so I'm not sure how far you'll get... But who knows, maybe you'll get lucky...

      Regards,

      -J.D.

      On Aug 13, 2014, at 10:37 AM, "Alena Laskavaia" elaskavaia@users.sf.net wrote:

      Even crappiest android phone will have 1G of memory.
      20K cards is 20Mb. Lets rounds it to 100Mb, still we not near the limits.
      I actually had database implementation, but it is really not worth it
      when we talking about 20Mb in memory.
      And sql does not jave good regex search engine.

      [bugs:#380] Deck list comparison

      Status: open
      Group: Feature
      Created: Sat Aug 09, 2014 11:32 PM UTC by JD Something
      Last Updated: Wed Aug 13, 2014 05:23 PM UTC
      Owner: Alena Laskavaia

      Hopefully 9 is the lowest priority, if not disregard and change to 1.

      Was wondering how difficult it would be to take existing inventory and apply deck lists from the Internet to see if you have the cards to make the deck. A window where you copy/paste lists from sites and it cross references against what you have and tells you whether you have the cards to make the deck or not. I haven't found any other software that does this or anything like it, but I did find a bunch of requests for it. Just an idea.
      The date sorting thing you added worked brilliantly for my needs... I appreciate it very much.

      Sent from sourceforge.net because you indicated interest in https://sourceforge.net/p/mtgbrowser/bugs/380/

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  • Bjoern Schmidt

    Bjoern Schmidt - 2014-08-13

    A famouse person said "640K ought to be enough for anybody". Well, it was misattributed to him but there is a little truth in these words. :)

     
  • kannerke

    kannerke - 2014-09-24

    I have created a similar function on my own: http://kannerke.strangled.net/mtgserver/check_deck
    I added some site scrapers next to the text box.
    I also downloaded some of these sites to be able to search decks faster when looking a deck with a particular color, card, cost, type,...

    It works nice but is far from complete.

     
  • kannerke

    kannerke - 2014-09-24

    I will also experiment with this feature of MagicAssistant.
    The main draw back I didn't check/use this before was that lists are based on a card id which is ideally from collectors point of view, but not ideally when a card is reprinted in multiple sets. Are the cards in a decklist based on card name? (I haven't checked this out, but I assume the list/xml is identical to these of a collection)

     
  • Alena Laskavaia

    Alena Laskavaia - 2014-09-24

    Own Count column third count Z in (X/Y/Z) is based on name, across all sets

     
  • Alena Laskavaia

    Alena Laskavaia - 2014-11-25
    • status: open --> closed
     
  • Alena Laskavaia

    Alena Laskavaia - 2014-11-25

    I am closing this one since originally asked feature is kinda there
    (use Own Count column)

     


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