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Timestamp:
06/01/21 17:11:47 (2 years ago)
Author:
jwoithe
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Cosmetic: "firewire" should be "FireWire?" when used as the bus name.

Similarly to r2802 and r2810, "FireWire?" should be used when referring to
the name of the bus. This patch corrects this throughout the source tree
for completeness. While there are a small number of mostly debug output
strings affected, most of the changes are to comments or developer documents
where they are of little consequence. Thanks to Pander who suggested the
need to look into this on the ffado-devel mailing list.

At least in theory, remaining instances of "firewire" in the source tree
should remain as they are because they refer to case-sensitive identifiers
defined externally (such as the "firewire" jackd backend name).

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  • trunk/libffado/src/digidesign/digidesign_avdevice.cpp

    r2803 r2811  
    279279    // will ultimately show up as JACK ports - one per audio channel. 
    280280 
    281     // Store the number of frames per firewire packet.  Depending on the 
     281    // Store the number of frames per FireWire packet.  Depending on the 
    282282    // device protocol this may not need to be stored in a data field of  
    283283    // the object, in which case frames_per_packet could be come a local 
     
    438438signed int 
    439439Device::getFramesPerPacket(void) { 
    440     // Return the number of frames transmitted in a single firewire packet. 
     440    // Return the number of frames transmitted in a single FireWire packet. 
    441441    // For some devices this is fixed, while for others it depends on the 
    442442    // current sampling rate.