[mythtv] Strange scheduler bug

Mark Edwards irish at irishmark.co.uk
Mon Mar 8 16:11:33 EST 2004

> On Mon, Mar 08, 2004 at 11:06:41AM +0000, steve at nexusuk.org wrote:
> > On Sun, 7 Mar 2004, David Engel wrote:
> > > question now is does anyone consider this a feature and want it left
> > > unfixed?
> >
> > It'd be a nice feature iff:
> >  - The partially recorded show is highlighted in the "Watch recordings"
> > and "Delete recordings" so it's obvious it's only a partial recording
> >  - The partial recording doesn't count as "previously recorded" so it
> > rerecorded when it is repeated later in the schedule (it'd even be nice
> > it nukes the partial recording after doing the full version.
> Partial recordings should probably be flagged in some way, but I have
> other things to work on first.  So, I'm going to fix the bug this
> evening.
> > While we're on the subject, one thing I thought about recently is that
> > it'd be nice to differentiate between auto-expired recordings and
> > manually deleted recordings when deciding what was previously recorded -
> Same here.  I've been meaning to look for myself (or be lazy and just
> ask Chris) what, if anything, is done when a recording is
> auto-expired.  Without having looked at any of the code, I think the
> straight forward thing to do would be to not add an entry to
> oldrecorded until the user explicitly deletes the recording.

How about if the expire function was more likely to expire something that
HAD been watched, that would be handy...
Then I'm sure this could b chacked by the scheduler too.

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