[gnome-bluetooth] Re: PATCH interoperability issues because of no
allenbh at gmail.com
Sat Jun 30 23:30:20 BST 2007
Ok, I got it to build. My problem was I didn't set CFLAGS and LDFLAGS
for configure, since I didn't install what I was working on.
I found one error in the patch for gnome-bluetooth: typo
btctl_obex_client_disconnet should be btctl_obex_client_disconnect.
These patches DID fix my problem :D so test test test if you have send
PS ... I still don't know if my emails are getting to the mailing
list, is it just really slow? I'm sitting here replying to emails in
my sent-messages folder!
On 6/30/07, Allen Hubbe <allenbh at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have this symptom where I can send files from my phone just fine,
> but I can't successfully receive them. From a dump of the traffic, I
> can see that the data is transferred successfully and the receiver
> responds 200 (OK) in both directions. The only difference I could see
> is that my phone sends OBEX Disconnect before tearing down the link,
> but my computer just tears down the link.
> I attached a couple patches that I think fix this problem (not tested,
> because I'm having a really hard time getting gnome-bluetooth to
> build). See attachments.
> I'll describe the libbtctl patch first, since the gnome-bluetooth
> patch doesn't make sense without it. I added the
> btctl_obex_client_disconnect function which causes an obex disconnect
> request to be sent. Also, I added a signal for handling the
> disconnect response from the link partner.
> The gnome-bluetooth patch doesn't call gtk_main_quit after the last
> transfer, instead it calls the new btctl_obex_client_disconnect
> function. gtk_main_quit is moved to a callback, called when the
> disconnect response is received.
> Not sure if my previous email got through, sorry if I am repeating myself.
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