[vdr] [ANNOUNCE] vdr-autosort-0.0.4 - a channel autosorter

CopyPoint info at copypointburscheid.de
Fri Nov 11 12:34:51 CET 2005


At 23:16 10.11.05 +0100, you wrote:
>maxmoves > 100 restarts my VDR with 30s watchtimer, so i still would
>have had to wait a long time for the housekeeping to kick in.
>What I did:
>I just added a
>   autoSort->CheckChannels();
>to MainMenuAction and assigned a key :)
>That makes debugging (and calling the plugin) easy.

I see, you're completly rewriting my roadmap ;-)


>Maybe someday you could try to keep autosort in a thread, so that vdr
>still responses, even if houskeeping (and therefor autosort) kicks in.

thought about it, but what will happen, if user makes a change to channels 
while autosort is in thread? That cries for inconsistency.
I'd prefer catching a signal from vdr if a channel changes or is added and 
then do a single loop just for this channel.
Together with a 'reload config' and 'complete run now' -button this could 
be the best solution


>I really don't know how I could live without that plugin. Finally all my
>2500 channels are sorted the way I alway wanted them :)
>
>I only miss sorting by frequency (=transponder)

that needs a fuzzy-factor by some Hz. But what do you wanna reach with that?

>and filtering by source
>(witch you already wanted to implement).

Done.


>THANK YOU for this plugin!
>
>Frank
>
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