[linux-dvb] DSM-CC question
s.kilvington at eris.qinetiq.com
Wed Sep 15 11:40:05 CEST 2010
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also have a look at my rb-download code,
this gets around the problem of having to know the directory structure
before you download files by using symlinks - ie you download the files
as they arrive on the carousel, then when you get a directory you create
the directory but make all the file entries in it symlinks - if the
files have already arrived, then the links point to them, if the files
haven't arrived yet, you just have some dangling symlinks until they do
this means you don't have to worry about trying to cache files in memory
before you can write them to disc and so makes the whole thing a lot
simpler to implement
On 14/09/10 22:06, Marc Murphy wrote:
> Have a look at libdsmcc. It will write by default to /tmp/cache I have modified my test software to notify of a new file or updated file version.
> Hope this helps
> Sent from my iPhone
> On 14 Sep 2010, at 21:31, "Suchita Gupta" <suchitagupta at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> First of all, I am new to this list, so I am not sire if this is right place for
>> this question.
>> If not, please forgive me and point me to right list.
>> I am writing a DSMCC decoding implementation to persist it to local filesystem.
>> I am unable to understand few thiings related to "srg"
>> I know, it represents the top level directory. But how do I get the name of this
>> I can extract the names of subdirs and files using name components but where is
>> the name of top level directory?
>> Also, as far as I understand it, I can't start writing to the local filesystem
>> until I have acquired the whole carousel.
>> Can, anyone please provide me some guidance.
>> Thanks in Advance,
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>> For V4L/DVB development, please use instead linux-media at vger.kernel.org
>> linux-dvb at linuxtv.org
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