Am Samstag, 26. Mai 2012, 10:57:02 schrieb Kevin Wambsganz:
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Sent: Thursday, May 24, 2012 12:31 AM
To: Discussion about MythTV
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Has anybody a working copy of Mythrecipe?
Am Dienstag, 22. Mai 2012, 15:44:45 schrieb Michael T. Dean: > On 05/22/2012 12:59 PM, Steven Adeff wrote:
> > I think I may need to seriously look into Gourmet now instead of my
> > current LibreOffice recipe document template...
> Hehe, installing it has been on my TODO list for far too long, now. I
> did, finally, buy a new system and monitor to become my kitchen computer
> (with MythTV and Gourmet), but put deployment on hold because my main TV
> broke, so I'm using the kitchen computer monitor as my TV until I
> finally decided whether to fix or replace the main TV (have decided to
> try to fix it) and get the part I need (should arrive Friday).
> Without Gourmet, I've been using text files and vi, so your LibreOffice
> template is quite a step above mine. :)
> mythtv-users mailing list
thanks for all the support!
I will try out your suggestions to find the one which suits to my needs.
But I'm right wen I say that we all look forward to have mythrecipe integrated
into MythTV ? Maybe we open up a feature request or something else ?
There were actually two versions of MythRecipe. The original one was an older
MythTv version with a too complicated database with reading all recipes into
memory when the plugin was started/selected. There was no mythWeb interface.
I started a different version, where the MythWeb interface would have the
complete functionality, creating/importing recipes, and so on. But the Myth
Frontend, would just be used to view/search recipes, and watch TV while
following the recipe instructions. Creating recipes thru the frontend was not
very practically because I would copy the recipe I wanted from another window.
There were two of us working on it, I have a rough version for the MythWeb
interface, where I create, search, list recipes. But the importing still was
not complete. My wife sometimes still uses the MythRecipe program. The Front
end version never did get very far. I was not working on that part. The
important thing we found that importing recipes for the sake of it is wasteful
because we had to search for the ones we really wanted and it would just slow
things down. So, we would just manually create, not import, recipes that we
like or maybe would like.
My hope was that the front end and the MythWeb interface would be more touch
screen friendly. Or maybe a skin/touch screen version of MythWeb would be
created back a few years ago. This would be very nice for Tablets/smart phones
. I was also hoping a few years back that the MythTV frontend get more touch
screen friendly as touch screen are better in the kitchen, no keyboard/mice to
get food on and to get in the way. Oh well, things didnâ€™t work out that well
for the front end for touch screens.
But I think the other recipe programs mentioned have a better short term
possibility than MythRecipe.
I guess custom Android Myth TV programs is the future for tablets. Things are
changing fast in the past few years.
I would also like to see MythTV have plugins for home automation stuff, like
Sprinklers, HVAC, Alarm System, Lights/Ceiling fans. But more on that later.
is it possibly to compile your version of mythrecipe against the latest 0.25-
fixes branch ? And if that is possible, would you share you mythrecipe with me?