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ConfigMaker tool for multiple configurations

Like many others I want to have EPG on my satellite receiver and WebGrab++ seemed like great tool.
Since I'm also lazy I don't want to do all the hard work of channel mapping, editing configurations, etc.. over and over again.
Modifying/maintaining one "grab" configuration is not that much of a deal, but problems rise when you have multiple configurations to run. Constantly copy/pasting site keys, updating inis & xmls, checking paths. Unacceptable.
What I also learned was that many others have same problems.


WebGrab+Plus is a multi-site incremental xmltv epg grabber. It collects tv-program guide data from selected tvguide sites for your favourite channels.

Programm release

Addition of the REX postprocessor. Refer to Readme-V111.txt and the explanations in WebGrab++.config, mdb.config and rex.config.xml for configuration and use. Be sure you apply the latest upgrade, after you install this base version!

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Utility release

Small program that replaces the time offset part of the start and stop time in a xmltv file by the corrected time string for the local timezone.

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Upgrade release
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- Change in site argument value in the header of the channel-list file.
Now equal to the url value of the general site dependant data of the siteini.

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SiteIni.Pack release

Added , a FTP xml file download and xmltv conversion
Updates for and setanta sports network
See supported sites for the complete list.

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Programm release

Introduction of the MDB postprocessor. Refer to howtocofigute.txt and the explanations in WebGrab++.config and mdb.config for configuration and use.

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Programm release

See ChangeLog.txt for the updated issues.
First version without the Beta status
although this version has undergone quite a number of improvements, changes and bug fixes, for the regular user there is little change in the use of the program.

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