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Make mythcommflag terminate early on 0-byte files
I had a rash of 0-byte files the other day, and I found that mythcommflag would sit and spin trying to create some initial buffers, or something along those lines. This change makes it check if the file is 0 bytes. If it is, it will immediately quit with an error, rather than indefinitely try to grind on it. This may need some tweaking to deal with commflagging while recording as it could cause a race condition if the file has no data at the moment that mythcommflag starts.
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