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    • Sebastian Dröge's avatar
      configure: Don't use AG_GST_CHECK_FEATURE for checking for gio-unix-2.0 · aadefefb
      Sebastian Dröge authored
      It's meant to be used for external plugins that can then all be disabled via
      --disable-external. gio-unix-2.0 however is just an optional dependency for
      the TCP unit test.
      
      Also when using AG_GST_CHECK_FEATURE like this, in the --disable-external part
      there needs to be an AM_CONDITIONAL for the feature with FALSE.
      aadefefb
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    • William Manley's avatar
      Add test_that_multisocketsink_and_socketsrc_preserve_meta · ccd4472e
      William Manley authored
      This test is in a seperate commit to the previous two because it depends
      on and tests the functionality in both.
      ccd4472e
    • William Manley's avatar
      multisocketsink: Add support for GstNetControlMessageMeta · e63e023e
      William Manley authored
      multisocketsink now understands the new GstNetControlMessageMeta to allow
      sending control messages (ancillary data) with data when writing to Unix
      domain sockets.
      
      A later commit will introduce a new socketsrc element which will similarly
      understand `GstNetControlMessageMeta`.  This, when used with a
      `GSocketControlMessage` of type `GUnixFDMessage` will allow GStreamer to
      send and receive file-descriptions in ancillary data, the first step to
      using memfds to implement zero-copy video IPC.
      
      Thanks to glib's `GSocketControlMessage` abstraction the code introduced
      in this commit is entirely portable and doesn't introduce and additional
      dependencies or conditionally compiled code, even if it is unlikely to be
      of much use on non-UNIX systems.
      e63e023e
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