On 9 March 2012 15:54, Dominic Evans <oldma...@gmail.com> wrote: > I don't know if anyone else still uses the xmltv2vdr.pl perl script > for piping XMLTV data into VDR's epg, but I've been keeping a version > of it updated with some additional function here: > > https://github.com/oldmanuk/xmltv2vdr > > These are the changes since the last version (1.0.9) was released on > the mailing list > > - Add support for XMLTV episode-num. Currently gets added as EPG entry > 'sub-title', if no existing subtitle has been found, in the form > sXXeXX (e.g., Bones~s01e01). > - Change default SVDRP port number to 6419. > - Better support for ATSC/PVRINPUT EPG sources. > - Allow multiple channels to have the same XMLTV channel id, useful for > multi input (e.g., DVB-T, DVB-S) systems where you want to feed VDR > the same info. Previously only a 1:1 mapping was permitted. > > I've also received a pull request from someone who rewrote the whole > script to be a lot more readable and to use full XML parsing (rather > than just line-by-line scraping), but I still need to investigate what > the performance penalty is before accepting that in.
Yep! I still use it on a daily basis. :-) Will grab new version over the weekend and give it a whirl. Cheers, Laz _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr