[vdr] [Announce] Master-Timer 0.6.3a

Matthias Schniedermeyer ms at citd.de
Fri Jun 3 22:58:51 CEST 2005


Hi


I was a bit too fast. :-(

- I forgot to tag the version-number. So you see a "#*Version*#"
   instead of "0.6.3"
- The "done"-functionality for timers in new-format couldn't remove
   the reruns of a doned title/subtitle-pair. This is fixed

http://mt.citd.de/master-timer-0.6.3a.tar.bz2


Matthias Schniedermeyer wrote:
> Intro:
> Master-Timer is a system for automatic recording of series and movies.
> Upon start the configuration files are read. Then, depending on 
> configuration the "epg.data" in the current directory is used or the 
> EPG-data is requested with the "LSTE"-command directly from VDR. After 
> that matching entries are looked for and then programmed via SVDR into 
> VDR. That's about it.
> 
> URL:
> http://mt.citd.de/master-timer-0.6.3.tar.bz2
> 
> Change:
> - A new format is used for the summary-field in timers(.conf).
>   The new format is very close to VDR own format only a ' (MT-ID:<id>)'
>   is appended to the title, everything else equals VDRs format
>   This Master-Timer-release is backward compatible to it's "old" format,
>   so you don't have to reprogramm all your timers.
> 
> - The change above is because of the recent changes in VDR 1.3.25
>   regarding the removal of "summary.vdr" and the successor "info.vdr"
>   This release has also support of the new "info.vdr"-files and is
>   backward  compatible to the summary.vdr in current & old Master-Timer
>   format.
>   The only NOT supported variant is old Master-Timer format in info.vdr!
> 
> - Rewritten the LIESMICH and changed a few wordings in other files
> 
> - VERY VERY VERY old bug that prevented the revaluation of "torecord"
>   and "deepblack" when the macros-file was changed
> 
> 
> NEW:
> - README: A translation of the "LIESMICH"(german)








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