[mythtv-users] Re: New Australian XMLTV grabber
willu.mailingLists at cse.unsw.edu.au
Thu Dec 30 10:46:21 UTC 2004
I was just looking at the ninemsn XMLTV grabber that was posted
recently. It gives output like this:
<programme start="20041230003000 +1100" stop="20041230013000 +1100"
whereas the D1.com XMLTV grabber gives this:
<programme start="20041230003000 +1000" stop="20041230013000 +1000"
<title lang="en">Mutant X</title>
It seems that they've grabbed with different time zones. The d1.com
XML is the non-daylight Sydney time zone. The ninemsn XML is the
current daylight Sydney time zone.
I would normally have chosen +1100 time zone, but the +1000 time zone
data is currently working correctly. Have others switched to the
ninemsn grabber. What time zone do they have? Is it working?
Is the latest version of this script online somewhere so I can make
sure I have it?
I assume that mythtv doesn't get confused if I just swap the new
Thanks for any help,
P.S. What happened in the discussions with the OzTivo people about
guide information? Where are those discussions going on - I couldn't
Dr William Uther National ICT Australia
Phone: +61 2 9385 6357 School of Computer Science and
Email: willu at cse.unsw.edu.au University of New South Wales
Web: http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~willu/ Sydney, Australia
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