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2012Aug14 -- Brian:  I think your recent change <http://www.mythtv.org/wiki?title=MythTV_on_Mac_OS_X&diff=0&oldid=55753> is in error.  Just yesterday, I walked through setting up 0.25.2 on 10.7, including scanning for channels and downloading icons.  Worked fine and wget is NOT installed.  BTW, I've been working on a build process for Myth using MacPorts.  I know you've been very active with Myth on OS X.  Would you be interested in checking out a new build process?  Contact me at cogeco.ca@ctreleaven (I trust you can figure out how to unmangle my email ;).  Regards, Craig
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You are trying to use two different versions of MythTV together, and that has never been a supported configuration.  0.23.0 uses a protocol version of 56, while 0.23.1 uses one of 23056.  Both releases are a snapshot of the 0.23-fixes branch.
 
You are trying to use two different versions of MythTV together, and that has never been a supported configuration.  0.23.0 uses a protocol version of 56, while 0.23.1 uses one of 23056.  Both releases are a snapshot of the 0.23-fixes branch.
  

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2012Aug14 -- Brian: I think your recent change <http://www.mythtv.org/wiki?title=MythTV_on_Mac_OS_X&diff=0&oldid=55753> is in error. Just yesterday, I walked through setting up 0.25.2 on 10.7, including scanning for channels and downloading icons. Worked fine and wget is NOT installed. BTW, I've been working on a build process for Myth using MacPorts. I know you've been very active with Myth on OS X. Would you be interested in checking out a new build process? Contact me at cogeco.ca@ctreleaven (I trust you can figure out how to unmangle my email ;). Regards, Craig


You are trying to use two different versions of MythTV together, and that has never been a supported configuration. 0.23.0 uses a protocol version of 56, while 0.23.1 uses one of 23056. Both releases are a snapshot of the 0.23-fixes branch.

The 'screw-up' you are referring to is that the protocol version was changed without preparations made for a point release. The point release was subsequently rushed out within a few days.

That is correct. The current available OSX builds, however, still reflect the incompatibility.Brianboonstra 15:21, 5 September 2010 (UTC)