[mythtv] Affecting scheduling through direct mysql access

Kevin Elliott kevin at phunc.com
Wed Mar 17 06:30:31 EST 2004


I'm very interested in your perl script. The idea of being able to
track your recordings for a whole season based on known information
about the complete season is great. Also, being able to track how
much of a season has actually been watched (to help determine missed
episodes, etc) is useful. Perhaps it would be useful to some how mark
who watched it as well (say, me and my girlfriend watched 5 eps, but
i watched 2 she didnt).

Great work!


Kevin Elliott
kevin at phunc.com

On Wed, Mar 17, 2004 at 04:57:57AM -0600, david.blevins at visi.com wrote:
> I wrote a perl script that snarfs data from epguides.com and creates tab delimited files of airdate, title, and subtitle.  What I'd like to do is use that data to mark whole seasons of shows as having already been recorded.
> Currently, I am inserting directly into oldrecorded, but this doesn't seem to affect scheduling at all.
> What table(s) should I be updating to mark a show as already recorded, but deleted? 
> Thanks,
> David Blevins

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