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    • Sebastian Dröge's avatar
      Revert "pad: Handle changing sticky events in pad probes" · 2aa9ad9c
      Sebastian Dröge authored
      This reverts commit 11e0f451.
      
      When pushing a sticky event out of a pad with a pad probe or pad offset,
      those should not be applied to the event that is actually stored in the
      event but only in the event sent downstream. The pad probe and pad
      offsets are conceptually *after* the pad, added by external code and
      should not affect any internal state of pads/elements.
      
      Also storing the modified event has the side-effect that a re-sent event
      would arrive with any previous modifications done by the same pad probe
      again inside that pad probe, and it would have to check if its
      modifications are already applied or not.
      
      For sink pads and generally for events arriving in a pad, some further
      changes are still needed and those are tracked in
        https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=765049
      
      In addition, the commit also had a refcounting problem with events,
      causing already destroyed events to be stored inside pads.
      2aa9ad9c
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