[mythtv] more mythweb updates
christianh at pdd.edmi.com.au
Wed Jul 16 12:34:40 EDT 2003
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> [mailto:mythtv-dev-bounces at snowman.net] On Behalf Of Chris Petersen
> Sent: Tuesday, 15 July 2003 4:15 PM
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> Subject: [mythtv] more mythweb updates
> ok, I've finished all of the basics on the "scheduled recordings" page
> (also merged with "fix conflicts" since they're essentially the same
> I also included some suggestions about the list display so that the
> status of to-be-recorded shows shows up (basically, I just draw upon
> data from the backend as well as the database, which tells me the
> "conflict" status of a show, etc), though at the moment the
> style sheets
> need some serious reworking to make everything more visible. Anyway,
> different colors/borders for duplicate/suppressed/conflicting
> recordings, etc. Pretty slick.
> anyway, as always, it's available at
I'm having some issues with this. It seems that most of your php
sections only begin with <? rather than <?php. I'm no PHP expert but I
thought that all PHP sections needed <?php at the beginning. They only
need ?> at the end though. It appears that my apache/PHP setup (RH8
stock) doesn't like not having <?php at the beginning of every section.
Obviously this is working on your system otherwise you would have had
problems from day one. However every bit of php I have found always
starts with <?php
OK before I sent this I did a bit of research...
Says the <? ... ?> is valid but is not necessarily enabled always. Is
there any reason not to use <?php ... ?> ? Otherwise I can see the new
mythweb causing a lot of problems since it would appear that Redhat at
least doesn't have this option on be default.
What do you think Chris?
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