pulseaudio and espeakup
sthibault at debian.org
Fri Feb 2 19:27:23 UTC 2018
Samuel Thibault, on sam. 06 janv. 2018 14:45:04 +0100, wrote:
> Scott Leggett, on sam. 06 janv. 2018 23:47:42 +1100, wrote:
> > can deal with devices being assigned to them and going away.
> It seems promising but I need more details. At which layer does this
> happen? Does pulseaudio have hooks for this? I.e. espeakup would provide
> hooks for relieving the audio device when pulseaudio feels the need to?
> It seems to me that it's the kind of approach which would work.
I haven't had any feedback on this. What is meant by "assigned to them
and going away"? Which pulseaudio functions implements this? I have
looked for "going", "away", "destroy", etc. in the pulseaudio headers (I
didn't find any other documentation in the source package), to no avail.
Do you have ideas on which keywords I should look for in pulseaudio?
(I'm fine with diving in the source coed, I'd just rather not start
without any clue what to look for)
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