[vdr] Feature request: program guide scroll

Udo Richter udo_richter at gmx.de
Sat Jun 19 17:37:56 CEST 2010


Am 17.06.2010 19:29, schrieb Udo Richter:
> Am 17.06.2010 17:31, schrieb martinez:
>> Can any kind person write this patch? 
> 
> I'll see if I can come up with something on the weekend.


As always, the more close you look on it, the more complicated it gets.
In other words, it got a little more than 12 lines... ;)

The cMenuEvent can now switch through the list of events of the parent
menu with the green and yellow buttons. Depending on the parent menu,
the buttons either show channel names or event starting times. From
timer menu (blue button), the green and yellow buttons stay empty.

To gain access to the list of events, I've added an abstract
cEventSequence class that is implemented by cMenuWhatsOn and
cMenuSchedule. That way these two and the cMenuScheduleItem can continue
to be private to menu.c.

Since now the cMenuEvent can handle different events, a convenient
shortcut had to be removed: Previously, the red and blue buttons were
handled by the parent menu, not cMenuEvent itself. cMenuEvent now does
this on its own. Also the constructor parameters CanSwitch and Buttons
were dropped and replaced by dynamic code. By this change, the event
info on blue key in timers menu gains the red and blue button for free.

cMenuEvent had its ProcessKey re-arranged, as the original version could
not handle sub-menus. (the parent menu did.)

Timer menu got a bug fix to handle sub-sub-menus without overwriting the
button bar.



The attached patch is against vdr-1.6, but also cleanly applies and
compiles on vdr-1.7.15.

A little testing help and feedback is welcome. Check that the green and
yellow buttons work in program, whats now, whats next and timer info
menu, and keep an eye on button bar text in the event menu and the
parent menu after exiting. Also, the t and T markers on events should
change, and in the timer menu the '>' for active timers, if you change
that. Try adding timers from the event menu for running and future
events. Try whether the blue key switches to the right channel. And try
whatever else you can imagine.


Cheers,

Udo
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