[vdr] [PATCH] Fix EPG for UPC direct

Darren Salt linux at youmustbejoking.demon.co.uk
Sun Dec 10 18:50:02 CET 2006

I demand that Thiemo Gehrke may or may not have written...

> UPC is a provider for middle european countries (Czechia, Hungary and
> Poland). They use iso6937-2 for encoding their EPG data so this looks quite
> strange in the vdr.

> The applied patch does a "remapping" to iso8859-2 so that characters are
> displayed correct. (Currently only tested with Czech and Hungarian, but
> should also work for Polish)

Hmm. I recall seeing similar encoding being used by the BBC, though I don't
see any examples of it ATM.

Obviously, the output encoding should be ISO8859-1, not -2...

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