[mythtv] Endless patch for i18n

Joel Feenstra joelf at altelco.net
Sun May 4 20:57:40 EDT 2003


Is it normal to have 13 or so threads for mythbackend? I run it as a 
daemon with a startup script. Should I try a backtrace (I'll have to 
recompile)?

Also, after watching tv for about 30 minutes or so one of the threads 
kicks up to max, and eats up the cpu (even though it's a 'nice' thread). 
The audio then starts to get a buffer overflow. If I exit from tv 
viewing it goes back to normal use.

Joel Feenstra

Leandro Dardini wrote:
> Again, against mythvideo the attached patch file.
> 
> I notice the following patch need again to be applied... maybe you made a
> backstep?
> 
> Leandro
> 
> Index: programs/mythfrontend/viewscheduled.cpp
> ===================================================================
> RCS file: /var/lib/mythcvs/mythtv/programs/mythfrontend/viewscheduled.cpp,v
> retrieving revision 1.42
> diff -u -d -r1.42 viewscheduled.cpp
> --- programs/mythfrontend/viewscheduled.cpp     3 May 2003 23:13:31 -0000
> 1
> .42
> +++ programs/mythfrontend/viewscheduled.cpp     4 May 2003 22:23:21 -0000
> @@ -442,8 +442,8 @@
> 
>      QString tempSubTitle = "";
>      QString tempDate = "";
> -    QString showDateFormat = "M/d";
> -    QString showTimeFormat = "h:mm AP";
> +    QString showDateFormat = gContext->GetSetting("ShortDateFormat",
> "M/d");
> +    QString showTimeFormat = gContext->GetSetting("TimeFormat", "h:mm AP");
>      QString tempTime = "";
>      QString tempChan = "";
> 
> 
> 
> 
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