Provided by: vdr-plugin-epgsearch_2.4.1-2_amd64
epgsearchuservars.conf - User defined variables
In this file you can defines variables which then can be used in epgsearch in any play where variables are possible.
Variables looks like %Variablename%. "Variablename" can be consist of any alphanumerical character. Space and special characters are not allowed. The variable names are case-insensitive. Examples for possible names: %Series% %DocuVar1% %ThemesSubtitleDate1% Assignment %Series%=New series~Thriller The variable %Series% will be assigned with the string "New series~Thriller". Assignments are always strings. Spaces stay spaces. %Path%=%Series% The variable %Path% gets the content of the variable %Series%. You can do nearly everything: %Path%=%Serie%~Lost The variable %Path% contains now the string "New series~Thriller~Lost". Control structures You can use simple "if then else" constructions. These constructions cannot contain strings, only variables. Spaces are ignored. %Foo%=Other %Variable%=%Path% ? %Path% : %Foo% If %Path% is not empty, assign the content of %Path% to %Variable%, otherwise the content of %Foo%. "%Path% ?" means "not empty?". You can use other checks. %Variable%=%Path%!=5 ? %Path% : %Foo% "%Path%!=5 ?" means "is %Path% equal 5?" You can also compare variables. %Five%=5 %Variable%=%Path%!=%Five% ? %Path% : %Foo% Other possible checks: == equal != not equal Calling a system command You can call external commands. The returned string will be assigned to a variable %Result%=system(scriptname,%Variable1% %Variable2% -f %Variable3% --dir=%Variable4% --dummy) Calls the script "scriptname" with the parameters "%Variable1%", "%Variable2%", etc. The result will be stored in %Result%. You can use as many variables as you want. If needed, epgsearch will quote the variable. The script must return a string without line break! If the script returns nothing, an empty string will be assigned to the Variable %Result%. Possible variables The following variables exist: %time% - start time in format HH:MM %timeend% - end time in format HH:MM %date% - start date in format TT.MM.YY %datesh% - start date in format TT.MM. %time_w% - weekday name %time_d% - start day in format TT %time_lng% - start time in seconds since 1970-01-01 00:00 %title% - title %subtitle% - subtitle %summary% - summary %htmlsummary% - summary, where all CR are replaced with '<br />' %eventid% - numeric event ID %<epg-category>% - a value from the extended EPG categories, specified in F<epgsearchcats.conf>, like %genre% or %category% %chnr% - channel number %chsh% - the short channel name %chlng% - the 'normal' channel name %chdata% - VDR's internal channel representation (e.g. 'S19.2E-1-1101-28106') %colon% - the sign ':' %datenow% - current date in format TT.MM.YY %dateshnow% - current date in format TT.MM. %timenow% - current time in format HH:MM %videodir% - VDR video directory (e.g. /video) %plugconfdir% - VDR plugin config directory (e.g. /etc/vdr/plugins) %epgsearchdir% - epgsearch config directory (e.g. /etc/vdr/plugins/epgsearch) See also "epgsearchcats.conf(5)".
# Weekday, Date, Time %DateStr%=%time_w% %date% %time% # Themes or Subtitle or Date %ThemesSubtitleDate1%=%Subtitle% ? %Subtitle% : %DateStr% %ThemesSubtitleDate%=%Themes% ? %Themes% : %ThemesSubtitleDate1% # Calls this script to get a recording path %DocuScript%=system(doku.pl,%Title%,%Subtitle%,%Episode%,%Themes%,%Category%,%Genre%) %Docu%=%DocuScript%
AUTHOR (man pages)
Mike Constabel <epgsearch (at) constabel (dot) net>
Bug reports (german): <http://projects.vdr-developer.org/projects/plg-epgsearch> Mailing list: <http://www.vdr-developer.org/mailman/listinfo/epgsearch>
COPYRIGHT and LICENSE
Copyright (C) 2004-2010 Christian Wieninger This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA Or, point your browser to http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html The author can be reached at email@example.com The project's page is at http://winni.vdr-developer.org/epgsearch The MD5 code is derived from the RSA Data Security, Inc. MD5 Message-Digest Algorithm.