Video of latest xbmc code on Raspberry Pi
(2013-09-29, 13:13)popcornmix Wrote: newclock3 is rebased off a newer point in Gotham. You either need to update xbmc in OpenELEC (with makepkg) to the same point,
or (what I did) rebase newclock3 onto a branch created from 7f45288, and then create the patches form there.

Thanks, I'll look into the makepkg option as I'm just downloading your patches over http rather than forking/cloning your repository.

(2013-09-29, 13:13)popcornmix Wrote: I believe the whole directory is iterated, and then each file is compared with a valid subtitle filename, so the time taken is proportional to the number of files in the directory.
With a thousand moveies, each with a collection of artwork, nfo files and subs, I could imagine this taking a couple of seconds (although I keep things as hieracrhical as possible, so haven't tried this).

Although I don't have thousands of files in each directory, this sounds like it could be optimised... Wink
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RE: Video of latest xbmc code on Raspberry Pi - by Milhouse - 2013-09-29, 13:56
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