Autotimeredit-plugin

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Description

Setup

The autotimeredit plugin uses the autotimer function of Vdradmin.

The autotimer functions like a search engine, the EPG is search for the given text. If an EPG entry matches a timer for VDR is set automatically.

Hardware requirements

Software requirements

Installation

See plugin installation and Vdradmin#Installation

Configuration

How to start VDRAdmin is up to yourself, e.g. through the runvdr script. See also Vdradmin.

Parameter

Parameter (short) Parameter (long) Description
-f path --autotimerfile=path Select Autotimer-file (same for vdradmind!)
--nosetup_autotimerfile Hide the file-setting form setup-menu
--ns_autotimerfile same as --nosetup_autotimerfile
-p --use_sighup Use SIGHUP (vdradmind >=0.96 or patch for update Autotimer
--nosetup_update_method Hide the update method from setup-menu (include nosetup_vdradminupdate)
--ns_update_method same as --nosetup_update_method
-u path --vdradminupdate=path Script/Config-file for force update autotimer (see readme)
--nosetup_vdradminupdate Hide the vdradminupdate-file form setup-menu
--ns_vdradminupdate same as --nosetup_vdradminupdate
-m --visible_in_mainmenu Show the plugin in the mainmenu
-M --hide_in_mainmenu Hide the plugin in the mainmenu
-n Name --mainmenu_name=Name Select Name for entry in the mainmenu (set also -m)
-v --verbose Enable more logging
-V --noverbose Disable more loggig
-r --use_repeat_feature use the repeat feature from vdradmin bigpatch 0.9
-R --not_use_repeat_feature not use, it set automatic to use, if the autotimerfile with 11 values
--nosetup_repeat_feature Hide the option from setup-menu
--ns_repeat_feature same as --nosetup_repeat_feature
-b --update_begin Show the manual update line at begin of autotimer-list
-B --noupdate_begin Hide the manual update line at begin of autotimer-list
-e --update_end Show the manual update line at end of autotimer-list
-E --noupdate_end Hide the manual update line at end of autotimer-list
-h xx --min_entrys=xx minimum entrys for display update line at begin and end (include -b and -e)
-q [a] --question_update=[a] When one or more Autotimer are modifed, by quit the plugin appears a question for force search update
-Q --noquestion_update see above but no question
-l --show_flags For the Autotimerlist show search in title, subtitle and description as a single char
-L --hide_flags column is hide
-a --show_start For the Autotimerlist show the startsearchtime
-A --hide_start column is hide
-t --show_stop For the Autotimerlist show the stopsearchtime
-T --hide_stop column is hide
-c --show_channel For the Autotimerlist show the searchchannel
-C --hide_channel column is hide
-s --show_channel_name if show_channel the name of channel is use
-S --show_channel_number if show_channel the number of channel is use
-w x --searchtext_lenght minimum search text length
--nosetup_commandline Hide the Preferr Command Line Parameter form setup-menu
--ns_commandline same as --nosetup_commandline
-d dir[,dir] --defaultdictionary=dir[,dir] set the default choise for the dictionary (space '_', any special char with #xx)
-D bitset --use_defaultdictionary=bitset Select the source for the defaultdictionary 0x01 - autotimer 0x02 - timer 0x04 - records 0x08 - commandline 0x10 - setup
--nosetup_defaultdictionary Hide many options with default dictionary from setup-menu
--ns_defaultdictionary same as nosetup_defaultdictionary
-x time --updatetimerecords=time time (hours) between two updates for defaultdictionary from records (-1 only by start, 0 by each call autotimeredit)
--nosetup_updatetimerecords Hide the updatetimerecords option from setup-menu
--ns_updatetimerecords same as nosetup_updatetimerecords

Problems

Links

[1] http://www.fast-info.de/vdr Homepage des Plugins
[2] http://linvdr.org/download/vdradmin VDRAdmin homepage
[3] http://xpix.dieserver.de Extended versions of VDRAdmin
[4] http://mosaic.mediaways.net/homes/Matthias_Schniedermeyer/mt Homepage of master-timer, a script based alternative to this plugin
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