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re: CVS commit: src/usr.bin/audiocfg
"Tetsuya Isaki" writes:
> Module Name: src
> Committed By: isaki
> Date: Sat Aug 24 05:45:25 UTC 2019
> Modified Files:
> src/usr.bin/audiocfg: audiodev.c audiodev.h main.c
> Log Message:
> Use device unit number for index.
> The index number was too confusing such as
> 0: [ ] audio1 @ wss0
> 1: [*] audio0 @ yds0
> in my PC for example. Here is new format:
> [*] audio0 @ yds0
> [ ] audio1 @ wss0
> In this style, devices are always listed in order of unit number
> and 0 always means audio0, 1 always means audio1.
this change gives me pause.
it seems to be a kind-of "cf_unit" abuse to me. eg, if
i configure or usb-plug a lot, such that i only end up
with just "audio10" and "audio23" attached, the index
doesn't match the cf_unit.
perhaps you can sort the audio devices based upon cf_unit,
such that your original output would have the lines swapped
except for the prefix number, and then your sanity will be
saved for the normal use-case.
at the very least, please restore the previous output
format as i've used it in at least one script and perhaps
others hvae as well. please consider that, as a general
rule, tool output is likely to be scraped and changing it
may break things, so formatting changes should be avoided
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