[mythtv-users] tv_grab_au which script?
mythtv at mattp.name
Thu Aug 4 11:45:48 UTC 2005
On 04/08/2005, at 1:23 PM, David Whyte wrote:
> I agree with Matt. It would be better to have a single consolidated
> script which services all states etc. If the state is not serviced in
> the script, someone add it to the script then recommit.
> If the XMLTV project allows us to update the scripts then fine,
> otherwise we need to centralise the script (without causing anyone to
> be libel) and allow the script to be modified by the user base.
I'd vote to submit the "Michael Smith" grabber to the XMLTV project.
Having all the config external to the script is pretty much required
for it to be be broadly useable, plus it has just proven itself to be
more robust to site changes.
Although I'd be happier with python, all the other tv_grab_xx scripts
seem to be perl. I'm a big fan of not using multiple languages within
a single project, and well-written perl isn't *that* hard to
maintain. Although it can be a bit much late in the evening with no
caffeine boost left :/
The XMLTV project at the link that Anssi posted is maintained by a
guy called Ed Avis, so perhaps we should just submit the current
"Michael Smith" grabber to him.
> On 8/4/05, Anssi Hannula <anssi.hannula at mbnet.fi> wrote:
>> Matthew Phillips wrote:
>>> All this mailing-of-scripts does seem a bit chaotic. According to
>>> on my FC3 system the grabber scripts come from the "xmltv-grabbers"
>>> package. Does anyone know how to go about getting the current
>>> tv_grab_au script(s) incorporated back into that?
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