[mythtv-users] Re: New Australian XMLTV grabber
Ben de Luca
bend at bedel.mine.nu
Thu Dec 30 11:45:51 UTC 2004
i think as long as start and the timezone make the right time, it
doesnt matter. I am fairly sure that the grabber just takes the real
time subtracts 10 (i am sure the py one does).
On 30/12/2004, at 9:46 PM, William Uther wrote:
> 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"
> <title>Mutant X</title>
> 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
> tv_grab_au in.
> Thanks for any help,
> Will :-}
> P.S. What happened in the discussions with the OzTivo people about
> guide information? Where are those discussions going on - I couldn't
> find them.
> 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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