[mythtv] new mythweb

Michael Kedl kedlm at knology.net
Wed Jul 23 11:52:11 EDT 2003

I use mythweb every day or so.  So I thought I'd try your new version.

Plus side:
- it looks very nice
- pop ups work "ok"; but sometimes appear "near by"; probably a web
browser issue, not your code (but I didn't look into it)

Down side:
- I'm using .10+ but not "current cvs"; is that why the recorded and "to
record" screens show trashed output?  mis-matched mythweb -> backend
code?  if not then there is a bug or two here; my old mythweb works fine
- it takes MUCH longer to load over the internet when I'm here at work
(old version takes 15s and new version takes 42s to load the main
listings page and I have 256Kb/s uplink at home and fast machines on
both ends)
- movies link is broken
- the list by "station" (click on a station) is always an empty list

Keep up the good work and let me know if I can help.
Since I've been told my help on the DVD ripping stuff is unneeded at
this time (being re-written by someone else), I have a little bandwidth
available.  I worked on the "old" version some and have a good knowledge
of HTML, javascript and PHP.


On Wed, 2003-07-23 at 02:31, Chris Petersen wrote:
> ok, I finally built some nice cvs rpm's, and have upgraded my mythweb to
> work with cvs. 
> I've also enabled gzip encoding stuff (I decided to go with .htaccess
> control, rather than output buffering as was suggested to me, since
> that's what the php authors recommend, and it allows for non-buffered
> output), and fixed a couple of sort-related bugs.
> I'm currently playing around with content in the scheduled-recordings
> section, so it may look at little funny.  (anyone mind enlightening me
> about the ranking and record-type changes that went in since .10?  I
> missed out on most of that conversation)
> -Chris
> http://forevermore.net/mythweb.tar.bz2
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