[vdr] [ANNOUNCE] VDR developer version 2.3.5

Klaus Schmidinger Klaus.Schmidinger at tvdr.de
Thu May 25 09:15:26 UTC 2017


VDR developer version 2.3.5 is now available at

       ftp://ftp.tvdr.de/vdr/Developer/vdr-2.3.5.tar.bz2

A 'diff' against the previous version is available at

       ftp://ftp.tvdr.de/vdr/Developer/vdr-2.3.4-2.3.5.diff

MD5 checksums:

9ca7c556d1fdd733facb6cd9053a4067  vdr-2.3.5.tar.bz2
fbadd411b1ef36dcd8be67d23b3ea41d  vdr-2.3.4-2.3.5.diff

WARNING:
========

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.


The changes since version 2.3.4:

- CAMs are now sent a generated EIT packet that contains a single 'present event' for
   the current SID, in order to avoid any parental rating dialogs.
- Fixed handling UNC values (the shift operator behaves unexpected for shift values
   larger than the size of the variable).
- Log messages about switching channels now include the channel ID (suggested by
   Dietmar Spingler).
- Events in the EIT that end before the EPG linger time are now ignored in the incoming
   data stream, because they would just be deleted in the next schedules cleanup anyway.
- The constructor of cHash (via cHashBase) now has an additional parameter (OwnObjects)
   which, if set to true, makes the hash take ownership of the hashed objects, so that
   they are deleted when the hash is cleared or destroyed.
- Fixed a memory leak in cSectionSyncerHash. The cSectionSyncerEntry objects put into
   the hash were never explicitly deleted. Now the cSectionSyncerHash takes ownership of
   these objects.
- cListObject now implements a private copy constructor and assignment operator, to keep
   derived objects from calling them implicitly.
- When selecting a device/CAM combination for live viewing, CAMs that are known to decrypt
   the requested channel are now given a higher priority than prefering the primary device
   (reported by Christian Winkler).
- Changed the default return value of cEpgHandler::BeginSegmentTransfer() to true, to
   avoid problems with derived classes that don't implement this function (reported by
   Frank Neumann).
- Fixed selecting delivery system names in case of undefined indexes (thanks to Jasmin
   Jessich).
- Changed the legacy delivery system name "DMBTH" to "DTMB", and added names for
   DVBC_ANNEX_C and DVBC2.
- Added a Status parameter to the interface of cDevice::SignalStats() and
   cDvbDevice::SignalStats() (thanks to Rolf Ahrenberg).
- Fixed handling line numbers in error messages when reading EPG data.
- Added handling RI_HOST_CONTROL to the CI protocol (no actual processing, but its
   presence is required by some CAMs).
- Fixed a crash in case the bottom text of a CAM menu is empty.
- Extended the CI API to allow plugins to implement additional CAM resources.
- Fixed a race between SVDRP CHAN and cDevice::HasProgramme() (reported by Dietmar
   Spingler).
- Reduced the time before a CAM is marked as known to decrypt a particular channel to
   3 seconds.
- When the connection to a peer VDR is terminated, any remote timers of that peer
   are no longer shown on the local VDR.
- No longer setting a new timer's remote host name if "SVDRP peering" is turned off.
- Fixed a double deletion of a cTimer in case HandleRemoteModifications() returned
   false (thanks to Johann Friedrichs).
- Removed TsGetContinuityCounter() from remux.h, using TsContinuityCounter() instead.
- Fixed setting the local machine's SVDRP host name (was overwritten if setup.conf
   contained an empty string). The SVDRP host name is now only written to setup.conf
   if it differs from the system's host name.
- If the Channel+/- keys are pressed while in the Schedules menu, the menu is now
   switched to the EPG of the new current channel.
- The Makefiles have been modified so that during the build process they no longer
   display the actual (lengthy) commands, but rather just the name of the file that
   is being built, as in
   CC vdr.o
   The first two characters indicate the kind of operation (CC=compile, LD=link,
   AR=archive, MO=msgfmt, GT=xgettext, PO=msgmerge, IN=install).
   This way it is much easier to spot error messages and warnings, since they are not
   buried under tons of text.
   Plugin authors should modify their makefiles accordingly, by simply preceeding
   the respective commands with an '@' and inserting '@echo XX $@' (where XX is one
   of the character combinations listed above) before the command.
   The newplugin script has also been modified accordingly.
- Fixed detecting the inclusion of STL header files in tools.h (thanks to Jasmin
   Jessich).

Have fun!

Klaus



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