GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 711334
Unclear semantics when using white-list and managed devices in CM
Last modified: 2021-05-17 16:30:01 UTC
The question is:
If the last context that is associated with a managed device in a CM is not available anymore, what should happen? Should the device be unreffed just as it would when the context "disappeared" normally?
Doing everything as if the context just disappeared sounds sensible to me.
Ludo, please chime in if you have an opinion.
I don't have to much time to dig into UPnP these days. If you can be more precise that would help me. Any function/piece of code to look at?
ludovic: The question was what the intended semantic was:
What should happen with control points that are managed by the context manager if the context disappears due to white-listing?
Should the cm behave as if the context disappeared in the non-whitelist case or should it just be deactivated but kept in case the whitelist changes?...
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