> I haven't pushed it upstream to Klaus, I think the preferable solution > is to do it as a plugin - search for the eepg plugin which incorporates > the parsing code.
OK, thanks. Fedora 15 is still using VDR 1.6.x but the plugin looks small enough that I'm hoping it will work anyway :-). BTW, I see that eepg.c is using sscanf() with GNU-specific "%a[range]" tokens. Wouldn't it be more practical to use "%m[range]" tokens instead, c.f. the man page for sscanf from glibc: Since version 2.7, glibc also provides the m modifier for the same pur‐ pose as the a modifier. The m modifier has the following advantages: * It may also be applied to %c conversion specifiers (e.g., %3mc). * It avoids ambiguity with respect to the %a floating-point conversion specifier (and is unaffected by gcc -std=c99 etc.) * It is specified in the upcoming revision of the POSIX.1 standard. Cheers, Chris _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr