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This was broken when the major update to iap was comitted.
ia-lingo7.c created and various iap related files modified.
On 4G, 6G and Nano 1/2Gen iPods the remote will function
even though the radio won't.
Tested on 4G Greyscale, 4G Color, 4G Photo, 4G Mini 1st Gen,
4G Mini 2Gen, Nano 1G, Nano 2G, Video 5G, Video 5.5G
(They show up when building with gcc494)
Devices in IAP mode 4 do not explicitly request specific notifications, thus they don't get *any* periodic notifications at the moment (in particular, they miss the track position updates that are supposed to be sent out every 500 ms).
The attached patch fixes this by skipping an early return for devices in IST_EXTENDED state.
add_event_ex is added that takes an extra user_data pointer. This pointer is
passed to the callback (add_event and add_event_ex have slightly different
callbacks types). All callbacks also get the event id passed. Events added
with add_event_ex must be removed with remove_event_ex because the user_data
pointer must match in addition to the callback pointer.
On the other add_event is simplified to omit the oneshort parameter which
was almost always false (still there with add_event_ex).
As a side effect the ata_idle_notify callbacks are changed as well, they
do not take a data parameter anymore which was always NULL anyway.
This commit also adds some documentation to events.h
iap-core.h defines LOGF_ENABLE unconditionally but hexstring()
helper function was not compiled if logf support was not
selected in configure. The regular builds worked by accident
because logf() lines where discarded by preprocessor.
Originally written and uploaded by Lalufu (Ralf Ertzinger) in Feb 2012.
They have been condensed into a single patch and some further additions
by Andy Potter.
Currently includes Authentication V2 support from iPod to Accessory,
RF/BlueTooth transmitter support, selecting a playlist and selecting a
track from the current playlist. Does not support uploading Album Art
or podcasts. Has been tested on the following iPods,
4th Gen Grayscale, 4th Gen Color/Photo, Mini 2nd Gen, Nano 1st Gen and
Co-Authored by: Andy Potter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Reviewed-by: Frank Gevaerts <email@example.com>