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Recently there has been renewed talk on the VDR mailing list of creating a source code repository,
 
Recently there has been renewed talk on the VDR mailing list of creating a source code repository,
so bringing VDR in line with almost all major open source projects, which use repositories such as
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so bringing VDR into line with almost all major open source projects, which use repositories such as
 
git or mercurial to keep track of the many source code updates.
 
git or mercurial to keep track of the many source code updates.
 
See http://linuxtv.org/pipermail/vdr/2008-September/017659.html.
 
See http://linuxtv.org/pipermail/vdr/2008-September/017659.html.
 
The original developer of VDR has so far been hesitant to agree, but developers point to a hiatus of
 
The original developer of VDR has so far been hesitant to agree, but developers point to a hiatus of
144 days in development and the exodus of users from the VDR camp (mostly to [[MythTV]]) as a reason to
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144 days (and counting) in development and the exodus of users from the VDR camp (mostly to [[MythTV]]) as a reason to
 
modernise the software development process.
 
modernise the software development process.
 
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==

Revision as of 20:36, 5 September 2008

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Here are some details about using VDR with Multiproto Multiproto#Tuner_.2F_DiSEqC_.2F_Player_support.

VDR source code repository

Recently there has been renewed talk on the VDR mailing list of creating a source code repository, so bringing VDR into line with almost all major open source projects, which use repositories such as git or mercurial to keep track of the many source code updates. See http://linuxtv.org/pipermail/vdr/2008-September/017659.html. The original developer of VDR has so far been hesitant to agree, but developers point to a hiatus of 144 days (and counting) in development and the exodus of users from the VDR camp (mostly to MythTV) as a reason to modernise the software development process.

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