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      v4l2: Normalise control names in the same way as v4l2-ctl · d3bd3ecc
      William Manley authored
      V4L2 kernel drivers allow configuration of the hardware settings via a
      mechanism called controls.  These can be referred to by name such as
      "Brightness" and "White Balance Temperature".  The user-space command line
      client for setting these controls (v4l2-ctl) normalises these names such
      that they only contain lower case alphanumeric characters and the
      underscore '_'.  e.g:
      
          Kernel                     v4l2-ctl
          ----------------------------------------------------
          Brightness                 brightness
          White Balance Temperature  white_balance_temperature
          Focus (absolute)           focus_absolute
      
      GStreamer seems to want to follow this pattern but failed for controls with
      more than one consecutive non-alphanum character.  e.g. GStreamer would
      produce "focus__absolute_" rather than "focus_absolute".
      
      This commit fixes that issue.  Backwards compatibility is preserved by
      normalising all control names before comparison.
      
      https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=725632
      d3bd3ecc
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