Summary: This fixes issues where erroneous udev detections of batteries are included. @bu5hm4n and I both have had issues where udev thinks we have two batteries because our hid/touchscreens report a battery even though they are not accurate. The problem is batman will then think there are two batteries and calculate battery percentage based off both batteries. For instance if the laptop battery is 100% and it is detecting this phony hid battery, the result is batman thinks you are at 50% battery life. This also fixes the battery removal code which should only remove the battery with the syspath the function is called with. The code was actually removing every single battery.
Test Plan: You have to have a device that udev reports two batteries for when there aren't two. It should be harmless to not include batteries that have never been charged, have no charge, and have unknown for their status.
Reviewers: bu5hm4n, raster, zmike!, devilhorns
Reviewed By: raster
Subscribers: cedric, bu5hm4n
Differential Revision: https://phab.enlightenment.org/D7736
This commit bring the support to set a profile on audio hardware via
pulseaudio. You are now able to configure the output of your audio
hardware via emixer without the help of pavucontrol.
Reviewers: zmike!, devilhorns
Maniphest Tasks: T3127
Differential Revision: https://phab.enlightenment.org/D7569
so i've been seeing this thing where inputs are deleted and then the
sink is appropriately deleted from clients but not all the client
windows it could have been on. the problem seems to manifest if
multiple windows come from the same app playing audio so the sink may
be assigned to only 1 window not all of them.
this seems to nuke the segv as the sink/input was being left dangling on a
window due to the logic in the add/del handling to give up when it finds the
first window target and not all of them.
so after a day or so of testing my segv's are gone. yay!
the callback uses a subset of the arguments (taking advantage that our
first arg is void * data) so it can re-use across callback types. void
* makes this case not complain as oposed to casint to a specific fn
sig type from another.