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    • Philip Cohn-Cort's avatar
      Finally, we have support for sending out Battery information. · c315170b
      Philip Cohn-Cort authored
      ## Summary
      The core idea is as follows:
      1. When a Link loads the BatteryPlugin, we query Solid for a list of batteries.
          1. If the list is empty, we print a warning message and return quickly
          2. Otherwise, we connect *two signals* to every object in that list
      2. We send out a single new NetworkPacket as soon as we've processed that list
      3. When either of those two signals emits, we send another new NetworkPacket
      ### Multi-battery Support
      BUG: 357193
      To handle devices with multiple batteries (requested in that bug), we average
      together the battery percentages. This also includes a new field in the packet for
      'number of batteries' called `batteryQuantity`. For backwards compatibility, we can
      assume it has a default value of one.
      This should ensure we support
      - devices with no batteries at all (like many desktop machines)
      - devices with hot-pluggable batteries (like those laptops with detachable screens)
      ### Concerns
      Note that the implementation isn't perfect.
      We'll need some new localizable text to make it clear that we now support sending
      battery status information.
      Then there's a rather significant question: maybe we should have two battery plugins
      on each client, like we do for the `findmyphone`/`findthisdevice` plugins?
      ## Test Plan
      We need to ensure that other clients (including those using the Android codebase)
      will respond correctly. The main things to look at are
      1. are these new packets sent when the plugin is enabled, and not sent when it's disabled?
      2. is the charge percentage accurate?
      3. is the charge state (charging, discharging, or full) accurate?
      4. do we see the correct number of warnings for low-battery?
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