[mythtv-users] New Australian XMLTV grabber

Michael Cheshire (Mailing Lists) michael-mlists at cheshire.id.au
Sat Nov 6 23:21:26 UTC 2004


Sounds good.

I have another problem however - I get all my channels through the foxtel 
box - is it possible to grab two different region codes to the one output 
XML file? (ie my local Free to Air + Foxtel) Otherwise I'll have to figure 
out if I can make two different source ids work from the same card input.

Might need a major rewite of the script - otherwise people with fox will 
keep having to do it manually.

I've also noticed that the script picks up no data for Showtime 2 or Channel 
[V] - and picks up only 1 or two programs for Showtime 1 - any ideas why 
this may be?

Thanks for all your work :)

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Paul Andreassen" <paulx at andreassen.com.au>
To: "Discussion about mythtv" <mythtv-users at mythtv.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 07, 2004 3:03 AM
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] New Australian XMLTV grabber

> On Fri, 2004-11-05 at 07:40, Michael Cheshire (Mailing Lists) wrote:
>> Woops - forgot to attach.
>> From: "Michael Cheshire (Mailing Lists)" <michael-mlists at cheshire.id.au>
>> > Your script appears to work great for the FTA listings, but I've 
>> > modified
>> > it
>> > to get Foxtel channels (See attatched) and I get
>> >
>> > .
>> > /var/local/tv_grab_au.foxtel/04112004/0.html is too short, removing and
>> > trying again
>> >
>> > seeminly in an endles loop - can you help?
> Hi Michael,
> I think I set the truncation check too long.  I ran into this myself
> recently.  If the program has no Description (may RAGE) then the program
> will keep downloading repeatedly.  Try changing "if ($count < 28)" to
> "if ($count < 26)".
> I would like to merge your changes with Eyal Lebedinsky's.
> Paul


mythtv-users mailing list
mythtv-users at mythtv.org

More information about the mythtv-users mailing list