[vdr] Which epg for Sky UK
tsuikki at zuik.org
Fri Apr 19 08:27:51 CEST 2013
Thanks a bunch, I guess this is exactly what I need. :)
19.4.2013 9.19 "Davide Chiarini" <davide.chiarini at gmail.com> kirjoitti:
> I made a small perl script to copy epg from one channel to another, just
> modifying some other script i had found around.
> It's attached if you want to try it, you simply use it like this (e.g.
> from a cron job):
> cpepg.pl S13.0E-318-12400-8511 T-318-1-3401
> 2013/4/18 Teemu Suikki <tsuikki at zuik.org>
>> Your patch is slightly broken, perhaps when emailing? There are a few
>> missing lines in the huffman tables.
>> I compared these two patches, your version seems to be better
>> otherwise, but I took the tables from the other patch.. Works fine
>> However, I have another issue. I need to clone EPG for a few channels.
>> EEPG and LoadEpg plugins have the .equiv files for this, but this
>> patch obviously doesn't
>> I tried copying with epgfixer plugin, which should do the trick.
>> However, VDR seems to crash always when it's receiving EPG data for
>> these channels.. So there is some weird incompatibility with epgfixer!
>> I have been using epgfixer successfully earlier. Perhaps epgfixer gets
>> unencoded raw data before the huffman decoding? The crash is inside
>> libc, which would suggest to some string manipulating functions
>> 2013/4/14 Tony Houghton <h at realh.co.uk>:
>> > On Sun, 14 Apr 2013 00:38:08 +0200
>> > Lucian Muresan <lucianm at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
>> >> BTW, where is the most current freeview patch?
>> > This is the version I use. I don't know whether its newer/better than
>> > the one Andre posted this morning, but I'm pretty sure the tables in
>> > this one are complete, and they have been embedded into the C code
>> > instead of having to be loaded as separate files.
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