[pulseaudio-discuss] [PATCH v4 0/3] use bluetooth HFP in pulseaudio when available
tanuk at iki.fi
Thu Sep 21 16:15:58 UTC 2017
On Thu, 2017-09-21 at 17:47 +0200, Georg Chini wrote:
> On 21.09.2017 16:47, James Bottomley wrote:
> > On Thu, 2017-09-21 at 17:28 +0300, Tanu Kaskinen wrote:
> > > I think we should use the native backend for the HFP AG role by
> > > default. If the native HFP AG implementation causes a conflict with
> > > ofono in its default configuration (which seems likely to be the
> > > case), then "headset=auto" should not enable the native HFP AG
> > > implementation, which then means that we should use "headset=native"
> > > by default.
> > >
> > > Using "headset=native" by default means that we lose HFP HF support
> > > in the default configuration, but I don't think that's a big loss.
> > Setting the default to native works for me: it's basically what all
> > distros get today anyway because they don't install ofono by default.
> > That probably means we don't need the elaborate switching for HSP_AG
> > either, but it would become harmless, so could be removed later.
> > > If we want to support the "HFP AG support through PA, HFP HF support
> > > through ofono" case, then some new configuration option is needed,
> > > and I think it would be clearest if that would be a separate patch
> > > after this series.
> This is not true, the patch supplies an option to enable/disable
> the HFP implementation. Simple usage of that switch would
> provide all the required functionality.
Yeah, sorry, I wasn't aware of that option, as I hadn't read the patch.
You two just seemed to be choosing between enabling or disabling the
native HFP AG implementation by default, and I just wanted to say that
I want it to be enabled by default, but without breaking
> The default for the option
> would just be disabled in "auto" mode and enabled in "native"
The option seems to be named "enable_profile_hfp_hf", which suggests
that disabling it will disable the ofono implementation of HFP AG as
well, and that's not what we want. Maybe rename the option to
> There is not a big code change needed, only a check
> if the headset mode is "auto" or "native" and changing the
> default accordingly.
> The above is the essence of what I proposed to solve the
> issue with headset=auto and I really don't understand why
> this is causing such discussions. Leaving it as is definitely
> breaks "headset=auto".
Ok, sounds fine, with the added note that we should set
"headset=native" by default.
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