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kTvSchedule

   0.1.9  

KDE Other Utility

Score 82%
kTvSchedule
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  4534
Submitted:  Apr 7 2005
Updated:  Jul 18 2005

Description:

kTvSchedule is a front end for xml enabled Tv Guides as xmltv (Tv_grab_xx) and nxtvepg. It manages the channels, is able to schedule reminders and recordings (using external applications) and updates the tv guide. Some features are

+Shows details for each show. Direct link with IMDB for actors of movies
+Possibility to schedule a program using kalarm or korganizer
+Possibility to directrly program kalva in order to record a program
Update xmltv guide
+ and many more to come




Changelog:

18 July 2005
Ver 0.1.9

Upgrade :
Added systemtray
Added Credits of Tv shows (Actors, Guests, Producers)
Added link to imdb for each actor in the menu
Added Translations (german full, french partial, greek zero)
Added possibility to choose the details one wants to display
Changed grabber configuration menu. Takes in account the differences between each tv_grab
Show in the tray icon the current shows.
Added (first) support for nxtvepg. At the moment it only supports showing of the nxtvepg xml file. Updating should be done by the user
Added control of row heights.
Added horizontal bar at current time.
Upgraded tv_grab configuration menu

BugFix :
Probably the last fix needed for sorting and icons in function of the different grabbers
If show is 2 lines long or less than 10 mins show text is cut. Fixed
Tv_Grab did not quits after ktvschedule quits. Fixed
Fixed minimum size of ComboBox in case of empty combolist
Manage channel button is disabled while refreshing guide
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21 June 2005
Ver 0.1.7
BugFix :
1)Important bug fix with infinite loop when there exist a ktvschedulerc file. It only appeared for grabbers which store extra info in the configuration file
2) Bug fix with inconcistent table when changing date due to sorting. Did not exist to ver < 0.1.5
3) Bug fix for icons. It should now either check on local files or try to download on local folder. More work to be done.
4) Fixed compile error with QDir and gcc 3.3

Upgrade :
1) Added Rating
2) Added multiple Categories of some shows
3) Added episode number
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08 June 2005
Ver 0.1.6
BugFix : Important bug fix with home path of application folder. Should work better now

Upgrade : New color scheme (thanks for TvBrowser for the idea).
Now in the channel manager, one can sort the channels in the desired order. This is then applied to the Tv Schedule table.
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02 June 2005
Ver 0.1.5
Upgrade : One can now schedule a program that he wants to see. It interacts either with KOrganizer (via konsolekalendar) or with KAlarm (via dcop).
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20 Mai 2005
Ver 0.1.4
Bug Fix : Small typos

Upgrade : Now uses knotify for notifing
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17 April 2005
Ver 0.1.3

Bug Fix :
Several small bug fixes

Should now be independant of the grabber (in fact of the http source that gives the shows)

Upgrade :

Icons of Tv Channels appearing in the table and the Channel Manager

PopUp of current shows now integrates all shows in one view
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12 April 2005
Ver 0.1.2

Bug fix : Changed shortcut keys from ALT+ to CTRL+

Fixed problem with very long lines in the description field

Upgrade : Added a combo box to highlight programs from a given category
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11 April 2005.
Ver 0.1.1

Bug fix : When changing color in the configuration, a pop-up opens for all programs. Bug fixed

Upgrade : Changed buttons to kActions
Moved the date chooser to the toolbar
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06 April 2005
ver 0.1

First release. You have to run at least once your favorite tv_grab_?? -- configure.




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 great!

 
 by mfernau on: Apr 7 2005
 
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Nice app. Go on with it. It might be a useful programm for daily tv sessions :)


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 A long way to go...

 
 by markthesnake on: Apr 8 2005
 
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Look at http://www.tvbrowser.org. That tool has every feature most people need.

The only Problem:
Only german channels, the Plugin to load zap2it Data (US-Channels) is beta and not well documented :(.

BUT:
It has a plugin Achitecture that allows to write a XMLTV-Plugin ;)


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 Re: A long way to go...

 
 by abeverat on: Apr 9 2005
 
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Yes, I know about this project. But as you said, it is only for german channels, and there is no plug-in for xmltv.


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 Re: Re: A long way t

 
 by markthesnake on: May 24 2005
 
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I am not a coder, but wouldn't be your energy better spend if you write that little Plugin for it?


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 Re: Re: Re: A long way t

 
 by abeverat on: May 25 2005
 
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Even though this program is in very heavy developpment, I considere that one can easily begin a new project especially if he is doing it as a hobby. It is my choice to right a program for tv browsing in KDE/Qt and not Java.

What if Linux decided to write a command line interface for WinXP and not linux.

Please respect the creativity and the free will

Yours

Alex


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 Re: A long way to go...

 
 by taki on: Jun 3 2005
 
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Did s.o. already successfully use kTvSchedule in germany? I recently did not succeed but would be very interested for obvious reasons ;-).

I had put an entry on my todolist to make interaction between kTvSchedule and Kalva (ktvapp) [1] possible (imagine the possibility to schedule recordings just via RMB from an entry in the EPG like with a freevo system). Have to admit that it is low on the prioritylist due to so many things more important at the mo', but I will stay tuned with Your app, hope I will find more time soon to get kTvSchedule up and running. From the hardcopys I find Your app very promising.
Greetings,
Andreas (taki)


[1] http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=23381


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 Re: Re: A long way to go...

 
 by taki on: Jun 17 2005
 
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With Version 0.5.1 Kalva recieved a DCOP interface meant for external applications like xmltvbrowsers like f.i. KTvSchedule (Hi Alexios ;-) ) to be able to schedule a recording.


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 nice app

 
 by MaxAuthority on: Apr 12 2005
 
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Finally a xmltv browser for KDE. It may not be as functional as tvbrowser, but it integrates much better with Qt/KDE of course.

One thing: Shortcuts for actions usually juse Ctrl as a modifier, not Alt, so Alt-M shortcuts for Manage channels should be Ctrl-M, since Alt is normally only used for accessing Mnemonics (underlined letters).

But I am keen on seeing what will come next with kTvSchedule, it looks already promising. :)


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 nxtvepg support?

 
 by dziegel on: Apr 13 2005
 
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Any chance to have native nxtvepg database format support? I know nxtvepg can export into xmltv, but this is uncomfortable. I'd like to just start your program and it fetches the data directly from nxtvepg. Simply speaking, I'd like to get rid of the suboptimal Tcl/Tk GUI of nxtvepg, but the nxtvepg daemon is a useful data source ;-)


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 Re: nxtvepg support?

 
 by abeverat on: Apr 17 2005
 
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Once I am happy enough with xmltv and tv_grab, I may try to include it. Stay tuned


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 Re: nxtvepg support?

 
 by markthesnake on: May 24 2005
 
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There is a TV-Browser (http://www.tvbrowser.org) Plugin that loads the Nxtvepg Data directly into it.

See there:
http://de.geocities.com/bart_s_1/nextviewdataservice.html

Sorry, only German, but you will get the Point ;)


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 How does it work?

 
 by elektrohirn on: May 18 2005
 
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Hi, I'd like to try out your prog, but first a few questions ...

How does it work? Am I right that it downloads all the info from the Internet and you can select the TV shows you want to see and put them into this calendar-like screen? Does it work for German channels?

Tom


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 Re: How does it work?

 
 by abeverat on: May 20 2005
 
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Yes, it uses tv_grab_xx where xx can be any. Also for de. But be carefull when using tv_grab_xx if you have the right to download the tv list from the different sites.

At the channel selector, you can choose the channels which interest you, then you update the guide. It will update only for the channels you have selected and then they will be presented in the table.

Each 5 minutes it will check for new programs and notify you. More features comming later

Hope you like it


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 Re: How does it work

 
 by markthesnake on: May 24 2005
 
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As long as the kTvSchedule is in this early stages, you should consider using tvbrowser. It has everything you need and includes German-Channels with more detailed infos that the XMLTV-Grab can offer.


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 bug reporting?

 
 by Shanachie on: Jun 9 2005
 
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Where can I report a bug in ktvschedule? It doesn't seem to bee listed on bugs.kde.org. I tried to find a sourceforge page or something similar but nothing. I guess I have to mail the author than.


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 Re: bug reporting?

 
 by abeverat on: Jun 9 2005
 
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Yes, for the moment you should email the author. I will try to either submit to sourceforge or another site.

Cheers


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