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    • Aleix Pol Gonzalez's avatar
      Use the incoming/outgoing capabilities for trimming loaded plugins · 38000611
      Aleix Pol Gonzalez authored
      Only lets the plugins that support something offered on the other end or
      that offer something supported on the other end. If we don't have
      information about the other device, we enable everything like we used to.
      
      Also refactors a bit the plugin loader, to be able to provide information
      step by step.
      
      Currently it works, but we need support for capabilities at least on
      Android to start taking good advantage of it.
      
      REVIEW: 118820
      CCMAIL: kdeconnect@kde.org
      38000611
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