VDR Still uses the old API
Klaus Schmidinger writes:
Well, there's nothing really "revolutionary" in this new release of VDR,
but since it's been quite a while I wanted to release the current status.
Please note that VDR still uses the "old" API and thus requires driver
version 0.8.2. I hope to find the time to make the transition to the new
API some time soon...
The new version 0.72 of the Video Disk Recorder project
is now available at
Fixed SVDRP commands LSTC and LSTT to make them return an error message if
no channels or timers are defined.
Fixed switching to another channel via the EPG while a recording is being replayed.
Fixed a memory leak in the EIT processor that happened when the system time was set.
Fixed internationalization of some Main menu texts.
Updated 'channels.conf' after the recent changes of Premiere World.
Redesigned the ring buffer to make it work with two separate threads for input
and output (also prepared for using a remultiplexer).
Fixed setting system time from transponders.
Fixed a segfault in the Schedule menu in case there is no EPG information.
The 'runvdr' script now kills any leftover vdr threads before restarting it.
Fixed a problem with Daylight Saving Time when displaying the times of recordings.
Added Dutch language texts.
The new command line option -t can be used to set the controlling terminal.
Since the CAM module only works if it is installed in the "highest" DVB card,
recordings now search for a free DVB card from lowest to highest index (as opposed
to the previous "highest to lowest" search) in order to not use the CAM card for
FTA recordings unless necessary.
Added the "statdvb2vdr" tool from Hans-Peter Raschke.
Fixed a segfault that sometimes happened when killing VDR.
SVDRP now also works with clients that don't do line buffering (like the Windows 'telnet').
Empty lines in config files no longer cause error messages.
New SVDRP command LSTE to list the EPG data.
Thanks to Klaus Schmidinger