[mythtv] conflict resolution
warlord at MIT.EDU
Mon Nov 3 12:14:49 EST 2003
"Edward Wildgoose" <Edward.Wildgoose at FRMHedge.com> writes:
> What if it goes for the exact match first if it exists and only does
> the fuzzy if the exact isn't there? Wouldn't this work for you in
> the cases you describe...?
Provided it does a "closest match", sure. Let's say I have it set to
record at 7am. The actual schedule has a 6:15a, 7:10a, and 7:55a.
Which would it record?
Note: If your answer is "well, obviously it will record just the 7:10
showing" then yes, it would work for me. If your answer is anything
else, then no, it wont ;)
I'll admit that there is a corner case. In the case where it finds
two matches equidistant from the selected time I think it should
either pick one or record both. I dont know which..
Derek Atkins, SB '93 MIT EE, SM '95 MIT Media Laboratory
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