> On 6/29/12 1:17 PM, Robert Siebert wrote:
>> Am 2012-06-29 12:41, schrieb Robin Gilks:
>>>> Hello everybody, this is pretty much a question to the developers.
>>>> Is there any chance that the recent mythmusic changes from paul-h
>>>> will be added to the master MythTV? He has added internet radio
>>>> streaming which is awesome. It works like a charm and should really
>>>> be added. This makes MythTV much more attractive to users.
>>> I'm an everybody rather than a developer but this interests me a lot.
>>> asked on the list a couple of times how I can put a few fixed stations
>>> into the database so I can replace the mythstream functionality I've
>>> by moving up to 0.25.
>>> It sounds to me (since you say it works well!!) that you have done
>>> Could you give us a clue to how its done please or where there is a
>>> that will allow it via the frontend GUI?
>> you need to have your own git repository with the sources of MythTV.
>> There you can do your own changes to the source code or apply changes
>> from other developers.
>> To update your git repository to the latest MythTv version you usually
>> do something like "git pull git://github.com/MythTV/mythtv.git master".
>> To include the streaming stuff from paul-h MythTV repository you need
>> to do a "git pull git://github.com/paul-h/mythtv.git master"
>> You can then compile it from these sources and install it.
>> Its probably the best if some developer just merges paul-h changes
>> into MythTV. Or the Mythbuntu guys could create a MythTV version with
>> the streaming stuff included.
Thanks - you have encouraged me to start hacking...
Just had a look at the sources - I use Gentoo and the ebuild builder
script - and it looks pretty straight forward. I'll attempt by hacking the
main archive file with a copy of MythMusic straight out of master, rebuild
the manifest and see if it flies :) I've got a spare chroot I can play
Did you find you only had to rebuild the music plugin and copy the
relevant xml files across?
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