So what happens when the sub number was 2.10 is it now 21? And 2.11
becomes 21? I don't understand why there are such numbers to begin
with. Why not just map 2.1 to the next available open number, giving
the user the choice to move the channels in any order afterwards?
On 3/7/08, Klaus Schmidinger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 03/07/08 16:31, VDR User wrote:
> > On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 11:37 PM, Klaus Schmidinger
> > <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >> On 03/06/08 21:13, Timothy D. Lenz wrote:
> >> > Well, ".", "#", "*", something in the channels.conf. "0" is not a
> >> > notation because 0 is part of the number system. 40 won't work for
> >> > because 40 is KHRR. And when displayed it should be "."
> >> Well, 40 would become 400, accordingly.
> >> Just add a 0 to each channel number (or two zeros, if you have two digit
> >> sub channel numbers).
> > Klaus, come on, you know bastardizing the channel numbers like that is
> > a horrible idea! ;)
> "Bastardizing" channel numbers the way those "sub channels" do, that's
> a horrible idea!
> Channel numbers are *numbers*, *integer* numbers!
> There's a first channel, and a second one, and a third one,
> and they are numbered 1, 2 and 3. Now what's a "2.1" channel?
> Is that "ten percent more than the second channel"?
> VDR stores channel numbers as integers. So if you want to
> have a numbering scheme where you have channels "between" other
> channels, you need to make room for these additional entries.
> And the only way I see to do this is to shift all numbers one
> digit to the left.
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