[vdr] xmltv2vdr speedup and modification

Morfsta morfsta at gmail.com
Tue Feb 13 11:12:24 CET 2007


Hi,

I'm the original author of xml2vdr (for my sins!), thanks for working on it
and improving the performance.

 If everyone is happy with this new code release and it really improves the
speed I'll wrap it up and make a formal release and get Klaus to add it to
the VDR FTP site.

As a lot of people seem to use xml2vdr, perhaps it would be good to
resurrect it and keep it formally updated?

Regards,

Morfsta



On 2/12/07, Sebastien Lucas <sebastien.lucas at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I recently worked on xmltv2vdr.pl (version 1.0.6) and checked why it
> was so slow on my mighty Celeron 233. So I modified it a little to
> avoid reading all the xmltv file for each channel defined in the
> channels.conf. The result is good : I can process my 5Mo xmltv file in
> less than 10 minutes whereas it took at least 1 hour with vanilla
> 1.0.6 release.
>
> I also added support for sub-title in the xmltv file (I think someone
> already posted about that in the list).
>
> I only use it for one week so it can still be buggy. I'll be happy to
> take care of any bug found.
>
> Hope this helps those with old hardware like me.
>
> Sebastien
>
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