[vdr] [ANNOUNCE] VDR developer version 2.1.3
dvb at flensrocker.de
Sun Jan 5 12:54:05 CET 2014
Am 05.01.2014 12:42, schrieb Klaus Schmidinger:
> VDR developer version 2.1.3 is now available at
> A 'diff' against the previous version is available at
> MD5 checksums:
> 054f80e0045aa6fad118e9285b52f4f2 vdr-2.1.3.tar.bz2
> 3c5ab05d5c4d0b984b34e84190e80949 vdr-2.1.2-2.1.3.diff
> This is a *developer* version. Even though *I* use it in my productive
> environment, I strongly recommend that you only use it under controlled
> conditions and for testing and debugging.
> Originally I intended to release this version only after the new DiSEqC
> configuration dialog was finished. But in the meantime quite a few other things
> have come up, so I decided to postpone that dialog and first release what has
> piled up so far.
> The changes since version 2.1.2:
> - Changed the return value of cPositioner::HorizonLongitude() to 0 in case the
> latitude of the antenna location is beyond +/-81 degrees.
> - Updated the Finnish OSD texts (thanks to Rolf Ahrenberg).
> - Fixed some compiler warnings with gcc-4.6.3 (thanks to Rolf Ahrenberg).
> - Changed the name of the SVDRP command RENR to MOVR (suggested by Rolf Ahrenberg).
> - When cutting a recording it is now checked whether there is already an edited
> version of this recording (with the same name, but starting with '%'), and the
> user is prompted for confirmation to overwrite it (suggested by Rolf Ahrenberg).
> - Revoked "Added maximum signal strength value for TechniSat SkyStar 2 DVB-S rev 2.3P"
> because it broke things for the "TechniSat AirStar 2" DVB-T card.
> - The LIRC remote control now connects to the socket even if it doesn't yet exist when
> VDR is started (thanks to Lars Hanisch).
> - Changed the absolute latitude limit for visible satellites to 81.2 degrees.
> - Added code for parsing LCN and AVC descriptors to libsi (thanks to Rolf Ahrenberg).
> - In the "Select folder" menu pressing Ok now selects the folder, even if this is a
> folder that contains sub folders (marked with "..."). To open such a folder you
> can press the Red key.
> - Fixed a possible access to uninitialized data in cEIT::cEIT() (reported by Dominik
> - The new menu category mcRecordingEdit is now used to mark menus that edit recording
> properties (suggested by Stefan Braun).
> - Changes in the teletext PID no longer cause retuning (and thus interrupting a
> - Removed '_' from the FileNameChars and CharMap translations in uk_UA.po.
> - Updated the Italian OSD texts (thanks to Diego Pierotto).
> - Fixed a missing initialization in the c'tor of cSkinLCARSDisplayChannel (thanks to
> Marko Mäkelä).
> - Simplified some conditional expressions in skinlcars.c and skinsttng.c (suggested
> by Marko Mäkelä).
> - Fixed uninitialized item area coordinates in cSkinLCARSDisplayMenu (reported by
> Marko Mäkelä).
> - Fixed a possible crash if the recordings list is updated externally while the
> Recordings menu is open (reported by Lars Hanisch).
> - Added a missing closing ')' in the help and man page entry of the --vfat option
> (reported by Lars Hanisch).
> - Fixed setting the name of the video directory to avoid a crash when using --genindex,
> and also to use the correct directory with --edit (the latter reported by Marko
> - The Recordings menu can now be called with a cRecordingFilter, which allows the
> caller to have it display only a certain subset of the recordings (thanks to Lars
> - Added handling UTF-8 'umlaut' characters to cKbdRemote (thanks to Lars Hanisch).
> - Made it clear that the Data parameter in cDevice::StillPicture() may point to a
> series of packets, not just a single one (thanks to Thomas Reufer).
> - cDevice::TrickSpeed() now has an additional parameter named Forward, which indicates
> the direction in which replay is being done (suggested by Thomas Reufer). This
> information may be necessary for some output devices in order to properly implement
> trick modes. Authors of plugins that implement output devices will need to add this
> parameter to their derived cDevice class, regardless of whether they will make use
> of it or not.
> - Added a note to ePlayMode in device.h that VDR itself always uses pmAudioVideo when
> replaying a recording (suggested by Thomas Reufer).
> - Fixed some spellings in positioner.h and Doxyfile (thanks to Ville Skyttä).
> - Changed '%a' to the POSIX compliant '%m' in all scanf() calls (thanks to Ville
> - The new function cCamSlot::Decrypt() can be used by derived classes to implement a
> CAM slot that can be freely assigned to any device, without being directly inserted
> into the full TS data stream in hardware. A derived class that implements Decrypt()
> will also need to set the new parameter ReceiveCaPids in the call to the cCamSlot
> base class constructor to true, in order to receive the CA pid TS packets that
> contain data necessary for decrypting.
> - Many member functions of cCamSlot have been made virtual to allow for easier
> implementation of derived classes.
> - cTSBuffer now provides the number of available bytes in its Get() function.
> - cDvbDevice::GetTSPacket() now calls CamSlot()->Decrypt() in order to allow CAM slots
> that can be freely assigned to any device access to the TS data stream.
> - Added a check to avoid a possible NULL pointer dereference in cCiSession::SendData()
> (reported by Ville Skyttä).
> - Deleted a superfluous assignment in cPipe::Open() (reported by Ville Skyttä).
> - The script given to VDR with the '-r' option is now also called after the recording
> process has actually started (thanks to Christian Kaiser).
> - Avoiding unnecessary pkg-config warnings in plugin Makefiles (thanks to Ville Skyttä).
> Plugin authors may want to apply the following change to their Makefile:
> -PKGCFG = $(if $(VDRDIR),$(shell pkg-config --variable=$(1) $(VDRDIR)/vdr.pc),$(shell pkg-config --variable=$(1) vdr
> || pkg-config --variable=$(1) ../../../vdr.pc))
> +PKGCFG = $(if $(VDRDIR),$(shell pkg-config --variable=$(1) $(VDRDIR)/vdr.pc),$(shell
> PKG_CONFIG_PATH="$$PKG_CONFIG_PATH:../../.." pkg-config --variable=$(1) vdr))
> - Eliminated MAXDVBDEVICES (suggested by Oliver Endriss).
> - Channels that are no longer contained in the current SDT of a transponder are now
> marked with the keyword OBSOLETE in their name and provider fields. That way you can
> identify obsolete channels when you switch to them, and you can get the complete
> overview of all obsolete channels by sorting the Channels list by provider (by
> pressing the 0 key twice). Automatic deletion of obsolete channels may follow later.
> Have fun!
I will! :)
Thanks for a bunch of little gems in this release like "obsolete channels".
Have to dig into the new CAM stuff, maybe now it's possible to integrate the CI of Digital Devices...
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