[mythtv-users] 0.21

Brad DerManouelian myth at dermanouelian.com
Wed Jan 16 23:00:58 UTC 2008

On Jan 16, 2008, at 2:54 PM, Matt Emmott wrote:

> On Jan 16, 2008 5:48 PM, Kevin Kuphal <kkuphal at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jan 16, 2008 4:44 PM, Marko Nurmenniemi <marko.nurmenniemi at kolumbus.fi 
> > wrote:
> So from reading the trac and other sources it seems that the coming  
> 0.21
> will release the multirec for all the good people who have chosen the
> path of the DVB
> Any real world test available or is it still breaking massively?
> Just a general statement, but I run SVN exclusively.  It is the main  
> system for my family (wife, 2 kids) who use it extensively.  I  
> cannot remember the last time (in years) when SVN wasn't stable for  
> me.  I just updated two nights ago in fact to get multirec and it is  
> still rock solid.  Granted, I pay attention to -dev and -commit to  
> know when a major update is happening but I find statements about  
> the instability of the SVN code to be greatly exaggerated...
> Kevin
> _______________________________________________
> Off topic noob question, please don't kill me - One reason I've  
> stayed away from SVN is my lack of expertise with compiling from  
> source. Are there ways to install from SVN via Yum? Again, sorry for  
> the OT question and diverting this thread but I've often wondered if  
> this was possible.

If you describe yourself as a "noob" and "lack of expertise with  
compiling from source" you really shouldn't be running SVN. Especially  
if you can't search the lists and find how to do it via rpm packages  
or a yum repository. I don't mean to sound like a jerk, but running  
bleeding-edge code isn't for the faint of heart or self-proclaimed  
"noobs". To answer your question, yes it is possible. :)

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