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[Lcdproc] new LCD.conf options: TitleSpeed & Heartbeat

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  • From: peter AT (Peter Marschall)
  • Subject: [Lcdproc] new LCD.conf options: TitleSpeed & Heartbeat
  • Date: Sat May 5 16:46:02 2007


On Wednesday, 2. May 2007 13:18, Uli Brueggemann wrote:
> Two comments:
> 1. LCDd.conf of the latest download has TWO! identical sections for
> definition of the DriverPath. This may give conflicts, especially when
> editing at the wrong position. You change the path and it does not
> react. :-)

Fix committed to CVS.
Thanks for spotting the bug.

> 2. The hello-message is ok. But when a client now send a new text for a
> short time the old server standard message is displayed. This is
> independant of the setting of ServerScreen in LCDd.conf. Is this really
> necessary? It would be better if the hello-message is simply overwritten by
> the client's message.

No, I will not do that.

In the LCDproc client-server schmeme, client screens stay on the screen as
long as the client is connected and tells the server to display them.

Making exceptions for "the last screen of the last client" makes the
rendering section more complex (cause it does not know what "the last screen"
may be and thus has to copy any screen update as long as only one client is
connected) and breaks that straightforward logic.

The solution is simple: keep your client running as long as you want to have
the client message shown on the display.


Peter Marschall
peter AT

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