[mythtv] likin it so far
Sat, 20 Jul 2002 02:04:03 -0400
On Friday 19 July 2002 10:13 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> just found out about myth tv today, and had a bear of a time installing
> it. most of the problems were bad configs on my end though :) I do have
> one suggestion for the docs (or a compile time config options or
> something). My mysql server is on a different box. It took me a few
> hours to figure out that the mysql host was hardcoded in some of the .cpp
> files :)
Heh, sorry 'bout that.. Hadn't even considered someone running it on another
box. =) I'll put fixing that on my todo list.. Need a better config system,
> also, just an fyi, mythtv wont compile with qt3-cvs. spent a bit of time
> on that one also. also, not sure where exaclty the problem is, but xmltv
> doesnt work with perl 5.8.0.
Great. Well, perl 5.8 should make debian eventually, and then I'll have to
deal with it and xmltv, and I had enough trouble getting it working as it
was.. What parts of my code didn't qt3-cvs like?
> I know, I know, if I use the latest and greatest, dont expect everything
> to work. The above are not meant to be anything negative about mythtv,
> just fyi's for a faq or something.
> now on to the good stuff. Im really liking it so far. partly because its
> the only pvr i can actually get to work, but mostly because its pretty
> dang slick.
> One question: say i have a program scheduled to record from 8pm to 9pm.
> what time will mythtv stop the recording process? the reason I ask is
> because its now 5 min. passed when the show is over and its still going.
It _should_ stop right at 9 pm. No 'Changing from RecordingOnly to None' or
similar in the console output? Hrm. I've had a problem or two with that
portion of the code before (it's translating a QDateTime object from the
scheduler in the Qt section, to a struct tm and then to a time_t). Probably
just be cleaner if I changed the whole thing to use the Qt stuff. Could you
let me know if it happens again? I might ask you to put in a debugging line
> thanks for the great work so far,
Thanks for the feedback =)