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    • Jean-Baptiste Kempf's avatar
      Rename bonjour module to avahi · 55280fa6
      Jean-Baptiste Kempf authored
      Bonjour is an implementation, trademarked by Apple, of Zeroconf
      protocol, which avahi is a (slightly) different implementation.
      Zeroconf protocol is mostly mdns + dns-sd
      55280fa6
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    • Rémi Denis-Courmont's avatar
      udev: use ALSA to find capture device names · 0c6062ec
      Rémi Denis-Courmont authored
      This is a little bit more understandable than device numbers.
      Unfortunately, hot plug is as flaky as before: udev reports the device
      before it is ready. alsa-lib provides no event interface (that I know),
      so we have to stick with udev for now though.
      
      Also, alsa-lib is _not_ used to fetch the card name. In my opinion, the
      udev vendor string is a lot better. Compare:
      - "USB Device 0xccd:0x77" (alsa card name) with
        "TerraTec Electronic GmbH" (udev vendor), or
      - "Intel ICH6" (alsa card name) with "Intel Corporation" (udev vendor).
      0c6062ec
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