Matthias Schwarzott schrieb:
On Sunday 31 December 2006 13:36, Joachim Wilke wrote:
2006/12/30, Udo Richter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
However, it might be worth thinking about giving plugins the ability to
set a different wakeup time, so that a scheduled EPG scan plugin can be
I also think that this would be very helpful for some plugins. Manual
start detection could also include a call to the plugins. A plugin
that did "schedule" an EPG-scan or similar could tell VDR during start
up, that VDR woke up because of this scheduled event set by this
At the moment I use a relatively complex patch that does some
"maintainance" task during the night. If it would be possible to
modify the wakeup-time in a plugin I could re-implement the complete
patch as a plugin.
I think a much easier solution (implementable in runvdr/vdr-initscript) is:
Write down wakeup-time when shutting down and comparing that to time when
system/vdr starts (with some margin).
That's exactly what my Gen2VDR distribution is doing, and it works fine.
It's not the job of vdr to guess why it was started, but it would be nice if vdr offers an
option to shutdown after next recording ( maybe via svdrp call ).
Helmut Auer, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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