Commit 61028d84 authored by Bastien Nocera's avatar Bastien Nocera

linux: Retry to get a battery type if it's unknown

On some devices the power_supply node will show up before a related node
such as "input", making it impossible to know which type of device we're
attached to without waiting. Try to detect the device type again if the
device type is still "battery".

This fixes some Logitech devices appearing as "Battery" instead of their
respective device type, such as "mouse".
parent 057238a0
......@@ -75,6 +75,8 @@ G_DEFINE_TYPE_WITH_PRIVATE (UpDeviceSupply, up_device_supply, UP_TYPE_DEVICE)
static gboolean up_device_supply_refresh (UpDevice *device);
static void up_device_supply_setup_unknown_poll (UpDevice *device,
UpDeviceState state);
static UpDeviceKind up_device_supply_guess_type (GUdevDevice *native,
const char *native_path);
static RefreshResult
up_device_supply_refresh_line_power (UpDeviceSupply *supply)
......@@ -918,10 +920,19 @@ up_device_supply_refresh_device (UpDeviceSupply *supply,
GUdevDevice *native;
gdouble percentage = 0.0f;
UpDeviceLevel level = UP_DEVICE_LEVEL_NONE;
UpDeviceKind type;
native = G_UDEV_DEVICE (up_device_get_native (device));
native_path = g_udev_device_get_sysfs_path (native);
/* Try getting a more precise type again */
g_object_get (device, "type", &type, NULL);
type = up_device_supply_guess_type (native, native_path);
g_object_set (device, "type", type, NULL);
/* initial values */
if (!supply->priv->has_coldplug_values) {
gchar *model_name;
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