add teamwork module

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Mike Blumenkrantz 9 years ago
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2013-06-14 Mike Blumenkrantz
* add teamwork module
2013-06-13 Mike Blumenkrantz
* filemanager dnd operations now show all files when dragging

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@ -9,6 +9,7 @@ Additions:
* bluez4: control bluetoothd daemon
* conf_comp: configuration dialogs for composite, like in previous comp
* teamwork
* Added action to reset filemanager
* Added function to hide all active menus

@ -903,6 +903,7 @@ AC_E_OPTIONAL_MODULE([systray], true)
AC_E_OPTIONAL_MODULE([appmenu], true)
AC_E_OPTIONAL_MODULE([quickaccess], true)
AC_E_OPTIONAL_MODULE([teamwork], true)
AC_E_OPTIONAL_MODULE([shot], true)
AC_E_OPTIONAL_MODULE([backlight], true)
AC_E_OPTIONAL_MODULE([tasks], true)
@ -1026,6 +1027,7 @@ src/modules/appmenu/module.desktop

@ -889,6 +889,7 @@ _e_module_whitelist_check(void)

@ -207,6 +207,10 @@ if USE_MODULE_QUICKACCESS

@ -0,0 +1,19 @@
teamworkdir = $(MDIR)/teamwork
teamwork_DATA = teamwork/e-module-teamwork.edj \
EXTRA_DIST += $(teamwork_DATA)
teamworkpkgdir = $(MDIR)/teamwork/$(MODULE_ARCH)
teamworkpkg_LTLIBRARIES = teamwork/
teamwork_module_la_SOURCES = teamwork/e_mod_main.c \
teamwork/e_mod_config.c \
teamwork/e_mod_main.h \
teamwork/e_mod_tw.c \
teamwork/sha1.c \
.PHONY: teamwork install-teamwork
teamwork: $(teamworkpkg_LTLIBRARIES) $(teamwork_DATA)
install-teamwork: install-teamworkDATA install-teamworkpkgLTLIBRARIES

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#include "e_mod_main.h"
struct _E_Config_Dialog_Data
int disable_media_fetch;
double allowed_media_size;
double allowed_media_age;
double mouse_out_delay;
double popup_size;
double popup_opacity;
static void *
_create_data(E_Config_Dialog *cfd EINA_UNUSED)
E_Config_Dialog_Data *cfdata;
cfdata = E_NEW(E_Config_Dialog_Data, 1);
#define SET(X) \
cfdata->X = tw_config->X
#undef SET
return cfdata;
static void
_free_data(E_Config_Dialog *cfd EINA_UNUSED, E_Config_Dialog_Data *cfdata)
tw_mod->cfd = NULL;
static int
_basic_check_changed(E_Config_Dialog *cfd EINA_UNUSED, E_Config_Dialog_Data *cfdata)
#define CHECK(X) \
if (cfdata->X != tw_config->X) return 1
if (lround(cfdata->allowed_media_age) != tw_config->allowed_media_age) return 1;
if (lround(cfdata->allowed_media_size) != tw_config->allowed_media_size) return 1;
if (fabs(cfdata->mouse_out_delay - tw_config->allowed_media_size) > 0.45) return 1;
if (fabs(cfdata->popup_size - tw_config->popup_size) > 0.9) return 1;
if (fabs(cfdata->popup_opacity - tw_config->popup_opacity) > 0.9) return 1;
#undef CHECK
return 0;
static Evas_Object *
_basic_create_widgets(E_Config_Dialog *cfd EINA_UNUSED,
Evas *evas,
E_Config_Dialog_Data *cfdata)
Evas_Object *ob, *ol, *otb, *tab;
tab = e_widget_table_add(evas, 0);
otb = e_widget_toolbook_add(evas, 48 * e_scale, 48 * e_scale);
ol = e_widget_list_add(evas, 0, 0);
ob = e_widget_check_add(evas, _("Disable remote media fetching"), &cfdata->disable_media_fetch);
e_widget_list_object_append(ol, ob, 1, 0, 0.5);
ob = e_widget_label_add(evas, _("Maximum media cache size in RAM"));
e_widget_list_object_append(ol, ob, 1, 1, 0.5);
ob = e_widget_slider_add(evas, 1, 0, _("%4.0f MiB"), 0, 1024, 16, 0, &cfdata->allowed_media_size, NULL, 150);
e_widget_list_object_append(ol, ob, 1, 1, 0.5);
ob = e_widget_label_add(evas, _("Maximum media cache age on disk"));
e_widget_list_object_append(ol, ob, 1, 1, 0.5);
ob = e_widget_slider_add(evas, 1, 0, _("%3.0f Days"), -1, 180, 1, 0, &cfdata->allowed_media_age, NULL, 150);
e_widget_list_object_append(ol, ob, 1, 1, 0.5);
e_widget_toolbook_page_append(otb, NULL, _("Cache"), ol, 1, 1, 1, 1, 0.5, 0.5);
ol = e_widget_list_add(evas, 0, 0);
ob = e_widget_label_add(evas, _("Mouse-out hide delay"));
e_widget_list_object_append(ol, ob, 1, 1, 0.5);
ob = e_widget_slider_add(evas, 1, 0, _("%1.1f seconds"), 0, 5, 0.5, 0, &cfdata->mouse_out_delay, NULL, 150);
e_widget_list_object_append(ol, ob, 1, 1, 0.5);
ob = e_widget_label_add(evas, _("Maximum size (Percentage of screens size)"));
e_widget_list_object_append(ol, ob, 1, 1, 0.5);
ob = e_widget_slider_add(evas, 1, 0, _("%3.0f"), 10, 100, 1, 0, &cfdata->popup_size, NULL, 150);
e_widget_list_object_append(ol, ob, 1, 1, 0.5);
ob = e_widget_label_add(evas, _("Opacity"));
e_widget_list_object_append(ol, ob, 1, 1, 0.5);
ob = e_widget_slider_add(evas, 1, 0, _("%3.0f"), 10, 100, 1, 0, &cfdata->popup_opacity, NULL, 150);
e_widget_list_object_append(ol, ob, 1, 1, 0.5);
e_widget_toolbook_page_append(otb, NULL, _("Popups"), ol, 1, 1, 1, 1, 0.5, 0.5);
e_widget_toolbook_page_show(otb, 0);
e_widget_table_object_append(tab, otb, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1);
return tab;
static int
_basic_apply_data(E_Config_Dialog *cfd EINA_UNUSED,
E_Config_Dialog_Data *cfdata)
#define SET(X) tw_config->X = cfdata->X
if (fabs(cfdata->popup_opacity - tw_config->popup_opacity) > 0.9)
return 1;
EINTERN E_Config_Dialog *
e_int_config_teamwork_module(E_Container *con, const char *params EINA_UNUSED)
E_Config_Dialog *cfd;
E_Config_Dialog_View *v;
char buf[4096];
if (tw_mod->cfd) return NULL;
snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), "%s/e-module-teamwork.edj", e_module_dir_get(tw_mod->module));
v = E_NEW(E_Config_Dialog_View, 1);
v->create_cfdata = _create_data;
v->free_cfdata = _free_data;
v->basic.apply_cfdata = _basic_apply_data;
v->basic.create_widgets = _basic_create_widgets;
v->basic.check_changed = _basic_check_changed;
cfd = e_config_dialog_new(con, _("Teamwork Settings"),
"E", "applications/teamwork", buf, 32, v, tw_mod);
tw_mod->cfd = cfd;
return cfd;

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#include "e_mod_main.h"
#include "sha1.h"
EINTERN int _e_teamwork_log_dom = -1;
EINTERN Mod *tw_mod = NULL;
EINTERN Teamwork_Config *tw_config = NULL;
EAPI E_Module_Api e_modapi = {E_MODULE_API_VERSION, "Teamwork"};
static E_Config_DD *conf_edd = NULL;
static E_Action *e_tw_toggle = NULL;
static const char _act_toggle[] = "tw_toggle";
static const char _e_tw_name[] = N_("Teamwork");
static const char _lbl_toggle[] = N_("Toggle Popup Visibility");
static const char *
_sha1_to_string(const unsigned char *hashout)
const char hextab[] = { '0', '1', '2', '3', '4', '5', '6', '7', '8', '9', 'a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e', 'f' };
char sha1[41] = {0};
unsigned int i = 0;
for (i = 0; i < 20; i++)
sha1[2 * i] = hextab[(hashout[i] >> 4) & 0x0f];
sha1[2 * i + 1] = hextab[hashout[i] & 0x0f];
return eina_stringshare_add(sha1);
const char *
sha1_encode(const unsigned char *data, size_t len)
SHA_CTX2 ctx;
unsigned char hashout[20];
unsigned char *buf;
if (EINA_UNLIKELY(len > 65000))
buf = malloc(len);
buf = alloca(len);
memcpy(buf, data, len);
SHA1_Update2(&ctx, buf, len);
SHA1_Final2(hashout, &ctx);
if (EINA_UNLIKELY(len > 65000)) free(buf);
return _sha1_to_string(hashout);
static Teamwork_Config *
Teamwork_Config *cf;
cf = E_NEW(Teamwork_Config, 1);
cf->config_version = MOD_CONFIG_FILE_VERSION;
cf->allowed_media_size = 10; // 10 megabytes
cf->allowed_media_age = 3; // 3 days
cf->mouse_out_delay = 0.0;
cf->popup_size = 10.0;
cf->popup_opacity = 90.0;
return cf;
static E_Config_DD *
conf_edd = E_CONFIG_DD_NEW("Teamwork_Config", Teamwork_Config);
#undef T
#undef D
#define T Teamwork_Config
#define D conf_edd
E_CONFIG_VAL(D, T, config_version, UINT);
E_CONFIG_VAL(D, T, disable_media_fetch, UCHAR);
E_CONFIG_VAL(D, T, allowed_media_size, LL);
E_CONFIG_VAL(D, T, allowed_media_age, INT);
E_CONFIG_VAL(D, T, mouse_out_delay, DOUBLE);
E_CONFIG_VAL(D, T, popup_size, DOUBLE);
E_CONFIG_VAL(D, T, popup_opacity, DOUBLE);
return conf_edd;
static void
e_tw_act_toggle_cb(E_Object *obj EINA_UNUSED, const char *params EINA_UNUSED)
if (!tw_mod->pop) return;
if (tw_mod->sticky)
tw_mod->sticky = !tw_mod->sticky;
EAPI void *
e_modapi_init(E_Module *m)
char buf[PATH_MAX];
E_Configure_Option *co;
snprintf(buf, sizeof(buf), "%s/e-module-teamwork.edj", e_module_dir_get(m));
e_configure_registry_category_add("applications", 20, _("Apps"), NULL,
e_configure_registry_item_add("applications/teamwork", 1, _("Teamwork"), NULL,
buf, e_int_config_teamwork_module);
tw_mod = E_NEW(Mod, 1);
tw_mod->module = m;
m->data = tw_mod;
conf_edd = e_tw_config_dd_new();
tw_config = e_config_domain_load("module.teamwork", conf_edd);
if (tw_config)
if (!e_util_module_config_check(_("Teamwork"), tw_config->config_version, MOD_CONFIG_FILE_VERSION))
E_FREE_FUNC(tw_config, free);
if (tw_config)
/* sanity checks */
tw_config->mouse_out_delay = E_CLAMP(tw_config->mouse_out_delay, 0.0, 5.0);
tw_config->popup_size = E_CLAMP(tw_config->popup_size, 10.0, 100.0);
tw_config->popup_opacity = E_CLAMP(tw_config->popup_opacity, 10.0, 100.0);
tw_config = e_tw_config_new();
tw_config->config_version = MOD_CONFIG_FILE_VERSION;
_e_teamwork_log_dom = eina_log_domain_register("teamwork", EINA_COLOR_ORANGE);
eina_log_domain_level_set("teamwork", EINA_LOG_LEVEL_DBG);
if (!e_tw_init())
return NULL;
e_tw_toggle = e_action_add(_act_toggle);
e_tw_toggle->func.go = e_tw_act_toggle_cb;
e_action_predef_name_set(_e_tw_name, _lbl_toggle, _act_toggle, NULL, NULL, 0);
E_CONFIGURE_OPTION_ADD_CUSTOM(co, "teamwork-settings", _("Teamwork settings panel"), _("teamwork"), _("applications"));
co->info = eina_stringshare_add("applications/teamwork");
E_CONFIGURE_OPTION_ADD(co, BOOL, disable_media_fetch, tw_config, _("Disable Teamwork remote media fetching"), _("teamwork"));
E_CONFIGURE_OPTION_ADD(co, DOUBLE, allowed_media_size, tw_config, _("Maximum total size of Teamwork media to keep in RAM"), _("teamwork"), _("cache"));
E_CONFIGURE_OPTION_MINMAX_STEP_FMT(co, 0, 1024, 16, _("%4.0f MiB"));
E_CONFIGURE_OPTION_HELP(co, _("This option determines how much memory will be used to cache recent media for faster loading."));
E_CONFIGURE_OPTION_ADD(co, DOUBLE, allowed_media_age, tw_config, _("Maximum age for a disk-cached Teamwork media item"), _("teamwork"), _("cache"));
E_CONFIGURE_OPTION_MINMAX_STEP_FMT(co, -1, 180, 1, _("%3.0f Days"));
E_CONFIGURE_OPTION_HELP(co, _("This option determines how long media will remain in the disk cache before it is pruned.</ps>"
"Set to -1 to never delete media, or to 0 to never cache media on disk."));
E_CONFIGURE_OPTION_ADD(co, DOUBLE, mouse_out_delay, tw_config, _("Delay before closing a Teamwork popup on mouse-out"), _("teamwork"), _("mouse"));
E_CONFIGURE_OPTION_MINMAX_STEP_FMT(co, 0, 5, 0.5, _("%1.1f seconds"));
E_CONFIGURE_OPTION_ADD(co, DOUBLE, popup_size, tw_config, _("Maximum percentage of screen to use for Teamwork popups"), _("teamwork"), _("screen"));
E_CONFIGURE_OPTION_MINMAX_STEP_FMT(co, 10, 100, 1, _("%3.0f"));
E_CONFIGURE_OPTION_ADD(co, DOUBLE, popup_opacity, tw_config, _("Opacity to use for Teamwork popups"), _("teamwork"));
E_CONFIGURE_OPTION_MINMAX_STEP_FMT(co, 10, 100, 1, _("%3.0f"));
co->funcs[0].none = tw_popup_opacity_set;
e_configure_option_category_tag_add(_("applications"), _("teamwork"));
e_configure_option_category_tag_add(_("teamwork"), _("teamwork"));
e_configure_option_category_icon_set(_("teamwork"), buf);
return m;
EAPI int
e_modapi_shutdown(E_Module *m __UNUSED__)
_e_teamwork_log_dom = -1;
e_configure_option_category_tag_del(_("teamwork"), _("teamwork"));
e_configure_option_category_tag_del(_("applications"), _("teamwork"));
e_action_predef_name_del(_e_tw_name, _lbl_toggle);
e_tw_toggle = NULL;
return 1;
EAPI int
e_modapi_save(E_Module *m __UNUSED__)
e_config_domain_save("module.teamwork", conf_edd, tw_config);
return 1;

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#ifndef E_MOD_MAIN_H
#define E_MOD_MAIN_H
#include "config.h"
#include "e.h"
/* Increment for Major Changes */
/* Increment for Minor Changes (ie: user doesn't need a new config) */
typedef struct Teamwork_Config
unsigned int config_version;
Eina_Bool disable_media_fetch;
long long int allowed_media_size;
int allowed_media_age;
double mouse_out_delay;
double popup_size;
double popup_opacity;
} Teamwork_Config;
typedef struct Mod
E_Module *module;
E_Config_Dialog *cfd;
size_t media_size;
Eina_Inlist *media_list;
Eina_Hash *media;
E_Popup *pop;
Eina_Bool sticky : 1;
} Mod;
extern Teamwork_Config *tw_config;
extern Mod *tw_mod;
extern int _e_teamwork_log_dom;
EINTERN const char *sha1_encode(const unsigned char *data, size_t len);
EINTERN int e_tw_init(void);
EINTERN void e_tw_shutdown(void);
EINTERN Eina_Bool tw_hide(void *d EINA_UNUSED);
EINTERN void tw_popup_opacity_set(void);
EINTERN E_Config_Dialog *e_int_config_teamwork_module(E_Container *con, const char *params EINA_UNUSED);
EAPI int e_modapi_shutdown(E_Module *m __UNUSED__);
#undef DBG
#undef INF
#undef WRN
#undef ERR
#undef CRIT
#define DBG(...) EINA_LOG_DOM_DBG(_e_teamwork_log_dom, __VA_ARGS__)
#define INF(...) EINA_LOG_DOM_INFO(_e_teamwork_log_dom, __VA_ARGS__)
#define WRN(...) EINA_LOG_DOM_WARN(_e_teamwork_log_dom, __VA_ARGS__)
#define ERR(...) EINA_LOG_DOM_ERR(_e_teamwork_log_dom, __VA_ARGS__)
#define CRIT(...) EINA_LOG_DOM_CRIT(_e_teamwork_log_dom, __VA_ARGS__)

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#include "e_mod_main.h"
typedef struct
const char *sha1;
unsigned long long timestamp;
} Media_Cache;
typedef struct Media_Cache_List
Eina_List *cache;
} Media_Cache_List;
typedef struct Media
Ecore_Con_Url *client;
Eina_Binbuf *buf;
const char *addr;
unsigned long long timestamp;
unsigned int tries;
Eina_Bool dummy : 1;
Eina_Bool valid : 1;
Eina_Bool show : 1;
} Media;
static Eet_File *media = NULL;
static Eet_File *dummies = NULL;
static Eet_Data_Descriptor *cleaner_edd = NULL;
static Eet_Data_Descriptor *cache_edd = NULL;
static Ecore_Idler *media_cleaner = NULL;
static Eina_List *handlers = NULL;
static Media_Cache_List *tw_cache_list = NULL;
static Evas_Point last_coords = {0};
static Ecore_Timer *tw_hide_timer = NULL;
static Eldbus_Service_Interface *tw_dbus_iface = NULL;
typedef enum
} Teamwork_Link_Type;
typedef enum
} Teamwork_Signal;
static const Eldbus_Signal tw_signals[] =
[TEAMWORK_SIGNAL_LINK_DOWNLOADING] = {"LinkDownloading", ELDBUS_ARGS({"s", "URI"}, {"u", "Timestamp"}), 0},
[TEAMWORK_SIGNAL_LINK_PROGRESS] = {"LinkProgress", ELDBUS_ARGS({"s", "URI"}, {"u", "Timestamp"}, {"d", "Percent Completion"}), 0},
[TEAMWORK_SIGNAL_LINK_COMPLETE] = {"LinkComplete", ELDBUS_ARGS({"s", "URI"}, {"u", "Timestamp"}), 0},
[TEAMWORK_SIGNAL_LINK_INVALID] = {"LinkInvalid", ELDBUS_ARGS({"s", "URI"}, {"u", "Timestamp"}), 0},
static void tw_show(Media *i);
static void tw_show_local_file(const char *uri);
static void tw_show_local_dir(const char *uri);
static int tw_media_add(const char *url, Eina_Binbuf *buf, unsigned long long timestamp);
static void download_media_cleanup(void);
static void tw_dummy_add(const char *url);
static Eina_Bool tw_dummy_check(const char *url);
static void tw_media_ping(const char *url, unsigned long long timestamp);
static Eina_Binbuf *tw_media_get(const char *url, unsigned long long timestamp);
static Eina_Bool tw_idler_start(void);
static void
dbus_signal_link_complete(Media *i)
unsigned int u = ecore_time_unix_get();
if (i->show) tw_show(i);
i->show = 0;
eldbus_service_signal_emit(tw_dbus_iface, TEAMWORK_SIGNAL_LINK_COMPLETE, i->addr, u);
static void
dbus_signal_link_invalid(Media *i)
unsigned int u = ecore_time_unix_get();
eldbus_service_signal_emit(tw_dbus_iface, TEAMWORK_SIGNAL_LINK_INVALID, i->addr, u);
static void
dbus_signal_link_progress(Media *i, double pr)
unsigned int u = ecore_time_unix_get();
eldbus_service_signal_emit(tw_dbus_iface, TEAMWORK_SIGNAL_LINK_PROGRESS, i->addr, u, pr);
static void
dbus_signal_link_downloading(Media *i)
unsigned int u = ecore_time_unix_get();
eldbus_service_signal_emit(tw_dbus_iface, TEAMWORK_SIGNAL_LINK_DOWNLOADING, i->addr, u);
static Eina_Bool
download_media_complete(void *data, int type EINA_UNUSED, Ecore_Con_Event_Url_Complete *ev)
Media *i;
if (data != tw_mod) return ECORE_CALLBACK_RENEW;
i = ecore_con_url_data_get(ev->url_con);
if (!i) return ECORE_CALLBACK_RENEW;
if (!i->valid) return ECORE_CALLBACK_RENEW;
i->timestamp = (unsigned long long)ecore_time_unix_get();
if (tw_media_add(i->addr, i->buf, i->timestamp) == 1)
tw_mod->media_size += eina_binbuf_length_get(i->buf);
E_FREE_FUNC(i->client, ecore_con_url_free);
INF("MEDIA CACHE: %zu bytes", tw_mod->media_size);
static Eina_Bool
download_media_data(void *data, int type EINA_UNUSED, Ecore_Con_Event_Url_Data *ev)
Media *i;
if (data != tw_mod) return ECORE_CALLBACK_RENEW;
i = ecore_con_url_data_get(ev->url_con);
if (!i) return ECORE_CALLBACK_RENEW;
if (i->dummy) return ECORE_CALLBACK_RENEW;
if (!i->buf) i->buf = eina_binbuf_new();
eina_binbuf_append_length(i->buf, ev->data, ev->size);
static Eina_Bool
download_media_status(void *data, int type EINA_UNUSED, Ecore_Con_Event_Url_Progress *ev)
int status;
const char *h;
Media *i;
const Eina_List *l;
if (data != tw_mod) return ECORE_CALLBACK_RENEW;
i = ecore_con_url_data_get(ev->url_con);
if (!i) return ECORE_CALLBACK_RENEW;
if (i->valid) return ECORE_CALLBACK_RENEW; //already checked
status = ecore_con_url_status_code_get(ev->url_con);
if (!status) return ECORE_CALLBACK_RENEW; //not ready yet
DBG("%i code for media: %s", status, i->addr);
if (status != 200)
E_FREE_FUNC(i->buf, eina_binbuf_free);
E_FREE_FUNC(i->client, ecore_con_url_free);
if ((status >= 400) || (status <= 300)) goto dummy;
if (++i->tries < IMAGE_FETCH_TRIES)
i->client = ecore_con_url_new(i->addr);
ecore_con_url_data_set(i->client, i);
if (!ecore_con_url_get(i->client)) goto dummy;
EINA_LIST_FOREACH(ecore_con_url_response_headers_get(ev->url_con), l, h)
if (strncasecmp(h, "Content-Type: ", sizeof("Content-Type: ") - 1)) continue;
if (strncasecmp(h + sizeof("Content-Type: ") - 1, "image/", 6)) goto dummy;
i->valid = !i->dummy;
if (i->valid) dbus_signal_link_progress(i, ev-> / ev->;
i->dummy = EINA_TRUE;
E_FREE_FUNC(i->buf, eina_binbuf_free);
E_FREE_FUNC(i->client, ecore_con_url_free);
static int
download_media_sort_cb(Media *a, Media *b)
long long diff;
diff = a->timestamp - b->timestamp;
if (diff < 0) return -1;
if (!diff) return 0;
return 1;
static Media *
download_media_add(const char *url)
Media *i;
unsigned long long t;
t = (unsigned long long)ecore_time_unix_get();
i = eina_hash_find(tw_mod->media, url);
if (i)
if (i->buf)
i->timestamp = t;
tw_media_ping(url, i->timestamp);
/* randomly deleted during cache pruning */
i->buf = tw_media_get(url, t);
tw_mod->media_size += eina_binbuf_length_get(i->buf);
tw_mod->media_list = eina_inlist_promote(tw_mod->media_list, EINA_INLIST_GET(i));
return i;
if (tw_dummy_check(url)) return NULL;
if (tw_config->disable_media_fetch) return NULL;
i = calloc(1, sizeof(Media));
i->addr = eina_stringshare_add(url);
i->buf = tw_media_get(url, t);
if (i->buf)
tw_mod->media_size += eina_binbuf_length_get(i->buf);
i->client = ecore_con_url_new(url);
ecore_con_url_data_set(i->client, i);
eina_hash_direct_add(tw_mod->media, url, i);
tw_mod->media_list = eina_inlist_sorted_insert(tw_mod->media_list, EINA_INLIST_GET(i), (Eina_Compare_Cb)download_media_sort_cb);
return i;
static void
download_media_free(Media *i)
if (!i) return;
tw_mod->media_list = eina_inlist_remove(tw_mod->media_list, EINA_INLIST_GET(i));
if (i->client) ecore_con_url_free(i->client);
if (i->buf) eina_binbuf_free(i->buf);
static void
Media *i;
Eina_Inlist *l;
if (tw_config->allowed_media_age)
if (tw_config->allowed_media_size < 0) return;
if ((size_t)tw_config->allowed_media_size > (tw_mod->media_size / 1024 / 1024)) return;
if (!tw_mod->media_list) return;
l = tw_mod->media_list->last;
while (l)
l = l->prev;
if (!i->buf) continue;
/* only free the buffers here where possible to avoid having to deal with multiple list entries */
if (tw_mod->media_size && (tw_mod->media_size >= eina_binbuf_length_get(i->buf)))
tw_mod->media_size -= eina_binbuf_length_get(i->buf);
E_FREE_FUNC(i->buf, eina_binbuf_free);
if (!tw_config->allowed_media_age)
/* if caching is disabled, just delete */
eina_hash_del_by_key(tw_mod->media, i->addr);
if ((size_t)tw_config->allowed_media_size > (tw_mod->media_size / 1024 / 1024))
static Teamwork_Link_Type
dbus_link_uri_local_type_get(const char *uri)
size_t len = strlen(uri);
if (uri[len - 1] == '/') return TEAMWORK_LINK_TYPE_LOCAL_DIRECTORY;
static Teamwork_Link_Type
dbus_link_uri_type_get(const char *uri)
if (!uri[0]) return TEAMWORK_LINK_TYPE_NONE; //invalid
if (uri[0] == '/') return dbus_link_uri_local_type_get(uri + 1); //probably a file?
if ((!strncasecmp(uri, "http://", 7)) || (!strncasecmp(uri, "https://", 8))) return TEAMWORK_LINK_TYPE_REMOTE;
if (!strncmp(uri, "file://", 7)) return dbus_link_uri_local_type_get(uri + 7);
WRN("Unknown link type for '%s'", uri);
static Eldbus_Message *
dbus_link_detect_cb(const Eldbus_Service_Interface *iface EINA_UNUSED, const Eldbus_Message *msg)
const char *uri;
unsigned int t;
if (!tw_config->allowed_media_age) goto out;
if (!eldbus_message_arguments_get(msg, "su", &uri, &t)) goto out;
if (dbus_link_uri_type_get(uri) == TEAMWORK_LINK_TYPE_REMOTE)
return eldbus_message_method_return_new(msg);
static void
dbus_link_show_helper(const char *uri, Eina_Bool signal_open)
Teamwork_Link_Type type;
if (tw_mod->pop && (!e_util_strcmp(e_object_data_get(E_OBJECT(tw_mod->pop)), uri))) return;
type = dbus_link_uri_type_get(uri);
switch (type)
if (signal_open) tw_show_local_dir(uri);
Media *i;
i = eina_hash_find(tw_mod->media, uri);
if (!i)
if (tw_dummy_check(uri)) break;
i = download_media_add(uri);
if (i)
if (i->buf) tw_show(i);
else if (i->dummy) break;
else i->show = 1;
else if (!i->dummy) tw_show(i);
static Eldbus_Message *
dbus_link_show_cb(const Eldbus_Service_Interface *iface EINA_UNUSED, const Eldbus_Message *msg)
const char *uri;
if (eldbus_message_arguments_get(msg, "s", &uri))
last_coords.x = last_coords.y = -1;
dbus_link_show_helper(uri, 1);
return eldbus_message_method_return_new(msg);
static Eldbus_Message *
dbus_link_hide_cb(const Eldbus_Service_Interface *iface EINA_UNUSED, const Eldbus_Message *msg)
const char *uri;
if (eldbus_message_arguments_get(msg, "s", &uri))
if (tw_mod->pop && (!tw_mod->sticky) && (!e_util_strcmp(e_object_data_get(E_OBJECT(tw_mod->pop)), uri)))
return eldbus_message_method_return_new(msg);
static Eldbus_Message *
dbus_link_mouse_in_cb(const Eldbus_Service_Interface *iface EINA_UNUSED, const Eldbus_Message *msg)
const char *uri;
unsigned int t;
if (eldbus_message_arguments_get(msg, "suii", &uri, &t, &last_coords.x, &last_coords.y))
dbus_link_show_helper(uri, 0);
return eldbus_message_method_return_new(msg);
static Eldbus_Message *
dbus_link_mouse_out_cb(const Eldbus_Service_Interface *iface EINA_UNUSED, const Eldbus_Message *msg)
const char *uri;
unsigned int t;
if (eldbus_message_arguments_get(msg, "suii", &uri, &t, &last_coords.x, &last_coords.y))
if (tw_mod->pop && (!tw_mod->sticky) && (!e_util_strcmp(e_object_data_get(E_OBJECT(tw_mod->pop)), uri)))
if (tw_config->mouse_out_delay)
if (tw_hide_timer) ecore_timer_reset(tw_hide_timer);
else tw_hide_timer = ecore_timer_add(tw_config->mouse_out_delay, tw_hide, NULL);
return eldbus_message_method_return_new(msg);
static Eldbus_Message *
dbus_link_open_cb(const Eldbus_Service_Interface *iface EINA_UNUSED, const Eldbus_Message *msg)
const char *uri;
if (eldbus_message_arguments_get(msg, "s", &uri))
char *sb;
size_t size = 4096, len = sizeof(E_BINDIR "/enlightenment_open ") - 1;
sb = malloc(size);
memcpy(sb, E_BINDIR "/enlightenment_open ", len);
sb = e_util_string_append_quoted(sb, &size, &len, uri);
ecore_exe_run(sb, NULL);
return eldbus_message_method_return_new(msg);
static const Eldbus_Method tw_methods[] = {
{ "LinkDetect", ELDBUS_ARGS({"s", "URI"}, {"u", "Timestamp"}), NULL, dbus_link_detect_cb },
{ "LinkMouseIn", ELDBUS_ARGS({"s", "URI"}, {"u", "Timestamp"}, {"i", "X Coordinate"}, {"i", "Y Coordinate"}), NULL, dbus_link_mouse_in_cb },
{ "LinkMouseOut", ELDBUS_ARGS({"s", "URI"}, {"u", "Timestamp"}, {"i", "X Coordinate"}, {"i", "Y Coordinate"}), NULL, dbus_link_mouse_out_cb },
{ "LinkShow", ELDBUS_ARGS({"s", "URI"}), NULL, dbus_link_show_cb },
{ "LinkHide", ELDBUS_ARGS({"s", "URI"}), NULL, dbus_link_hide_cb },
{ "LinkOpen", ELDBUS_ARGS({"s", "URI"}), NULL, dbus_link_open_cb },
{ }
static const Eldbus_Service_Interface_Desc tw_desc =
"org.enlightenment.wm.Teamwork", tw_methods, tw_signals
static Eet_Data_Descriptor *
Eet_Data_Descriptor *edd;
Eet_Data_Descriptor_Class eddc;
edd = eet_data_descriptor_stream_new(&eddc);
#define ADD(name, type) \
EET_DATA_DESCRIPTOR_ADD_BASIC(edd, Media_Cache, #name, name, EET_T_##type)
ADD(timestamp, ULONG_LONG);
#undef ADD
return edd;
static int
media_cache_compare(Media_Cache *a, Media_Cache *b)
long long diff;
diff = a->timestamp - b->timestamp;
if (diff < 0) return -1;
if (!diff) return 0;
return 1;
static void
media_cache_add(const char *sha1, unsigned long long timestamp)
Media_Cache *ic;
if (!tw_cache_list) return;
ic = malloc(sizeof(Media_Cache));
ic->sha1 = eina_stringshare_ref(sha1);
ic->timestamp = timestamp;
tw_cache_list->cache = eina_list_sorted_insert(tw_cache_list->cache, (Eina_Compare_Cb)media_cache_compare, ic);
static void
media_cache_del(const char *sha1)
Eina_List *l, *l2;
Media_Cache *ic;
if (!tw_cache_list) return;
EINA_LIST_FOREACH_SAFE(tw_cache_list->cache, l, l2, ic)
if (ic->sha1 == sha1) continue;
tw_cache_list->cache = eina_list_remove_list(tw_cache_list->cache, l);
static void
media_cache_update(const char *sha1, unsigned long long timestamp)
Media_Cache *ic;
Eina_List *l;
if (!tw_cache_list) return;
EINA_LIST_FOREACH(tw_cache_list->cache, l, ic)
if (ic->sha1 != sha1) continue;
ic->timestamp = timestamp;
tw_cache_list->cache = eina_list_sort(tw_cache_list->cache, eina_list_count(tw_cache_list->cache), (Eina_Compare_Cb)media_cache_compare);