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Old 11-25-2013, 05:46 PM   #1
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[Dev] Comprehensive list of system events

I'm trying to make a comprehensive list of all the system events that can be listened from lipc-wait-event. If anybody wants to help... this is what I've found so far:

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EVENT PUBLISHER		EVENT NAMES

com.lab126.powerd	battLevelChanged,charging,notCharging,outOfScreenSaver,t1TimerReset
com.lab126.cmd		interfaceChange,wirelessEnableChanged,triggerTimeChange,connectionAvailable,connectionNotAvailable
com.lab126.wan		serviceStateChanged
com.lab126.wifid	signalStrength,profileUpdateFailed,profileUpdateOk,scanning,scanComplete,captivePortalDetected
com.lab126.dpmManager	parentalControlsStateChange,devicePolicyValueChanged
com.lab126.kaf		tzRequested
com.lab126.appmgrd	appStateChange,appFailedInGo,appActivating,appPaused,processExited
com.lab126.foobar	appStateChange,appFailedInGo
com.lab126.framework	tzRequested,settz (tz=time zone),FrameworkStarted
com.lab126.hal		usbConfigured, usbUnconfigured
com.lab126.winmgr	orientationChange
com.lab126.dynconfig	devicePolicyValueChanged

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Old 11-26-2013, 02:11 AM   #2
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"lipc-probe -a -v" works on a touch?
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Old 11-26-2013, 08:12 AM   #3
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That command gave me only few events... In fact, if you search in that list the ones I've posted above, most of them aren't there!
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Old 11-26-2013, 02:53 PM   #4
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Yeah, prop(ertie)s != events .

That said, there *might* be an equivalent listing the events somewhere...
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I'm trying to make a comprehensive list of all the system events that can be listened from lipc-wait-event. If anybody wants to help...
I tried this:
Code:
find / -name "*" -type f ! -path "/mnt/*" -exec grep -H "lipc-send-event" {} \;
and gets:
Code:
/usr/sbin/otaup:            lipc-send-event $OTAMODULE otaSplashInit
/usr/sbin/otaup:            lipc-send-event $OTAMODULE otaSplashProgress -i ${3}
/usr/sbin/otaup:            lipc-send-event $OTAMODULE otaSplashSuccess
/usr/sbin/otaup:            lipc-send-event $OTAMODULE otaSplashError -s "${3}"
/usr/sbin/otaup:            lipc-send-event $OTAMODULE otaSplashCleanup
/usr/sbin/updatetime:NTP_TIME_SET_NOTIFICATION="lipc-send-event -r 30 com.lab126.time timeChanged"
/usr/sbin/loginfo:	lipc-send-event com.lab126.hal processTooLarge -s $1
/usr/sbin/setdate:	lipc-send-event -r 30 com.lab126.time timeChanged -i $delta
/usr/sbin/screenshot:lipc-send-event com.lab126.hal screenShotTaken -s "/mnt/us/${_filename}\.gif"
/usr/lib/liblab126utils.so:if (passwdlg --display=:0.0 %d); then lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal passwordIsValid;else lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal passwordIsInvalid;fi&
/usr/bin/lipc-send-event:lipc-send-event [-r <retry_count> -d <retry_delay>] <source> <event-name> [-is <value> ...]
/usr/bin/lipc-send-event:lipc-send-event
/usr/bin/notifytph:/usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal wanRing -i $1
/usr/bin/powerd_test:lipc-send-event com.lab126.powerd.debug dbg_input_event
/usr/bin/powerd_test:lipc-send-event com.lab126.powerd.debug dbg_power_button_pressed
/usr/bin/powerd_test:lipc-send-event com.lab126.powerd.debug dbg_low_batt_low
/usr/bin/powerd_test:lipc-send-event com.lab126.powerd.debug dbg_power_button_held
/etc/lipc-daemon-props.conf:sendEvent w lipc-send-event com.lab126.system.event
/etc/upstart/langpicker.conf:        lipc-send-event com.lab126.blanket.langpicker pickLocale
/etc/upstart/userstore:	lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal usbUnconfigured
/etc/upstart/framework_setup.conf:        lipc-send-event -r 5 $SCREENSAVER_SOURCE $SCREENSAVER_EVENT -i $SCREENSAVER_EVENT_VAL
/etc/upstart/framework_setup.conf:            lipc-send-event -r 5 $SCREENSAVER_SOURCE $SCREENSAVER_EVENT -i $SCREENSAVER_EVENT_VAL
/etc/upstart/framework_setup.conf:    lipc-send-event -r 5 com.lab126.hal bootSplashCleanup
/etc/upstart/splash:    lipc-send-event -r $SPLASH_EVENT_RETRY_COUNT $SPLASH_SOURCE $SPLASH_EVENT_INIT
/etc/upstart/splash:    lipc-send-event -r $SPLASH_EVENT_RETRY_COUNT $SPLASH_SOURCE $SPLASH_EVENT_PROG -i $1
/etc/upstart/splash:    lipc-send-event -r $SPLASH_EVENT_RETRY_COUNT $SPLASH_SOURCE $SPLASH_EVENT_CLEAN
/etc/upstart/shutdown_showimage:# for lipc-send-event
/etc/upstart/shutdown_showimage:lipc-send-event com.lab126.hal.shutdown showScreen -s "$BLANKET_SHUTDOWN_PARAM"
/etc/upstart/ttsd.conf:        lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.tts upstartTtsdExit
/etc/ppp/ip-down:/usr/bin/lipc-send-event com.lab126.hal wanPPPDown
/etc/ppp/ip-up:# /usr/bin/lipc-send-event com.lab126.hal wanPPPUp
/etc/kdb.src/yoshi/system/daemon/usbnetd/usbPlugout:lipc-send-event -r 3 -d 2 com.lab126.hal usbPlugOut
/etc/kdb.src/yoshi/system/daemon/usbnetd/usbUnconfigured:lipc-send-event -r 3 -d 2 com.lab126.hal usbUnconfigured
/lib/udev/bin/mountmmc:	/usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal mmcIn
/lib/udev/bin/mountmmc:	/usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal mmcOut
/lib/udev/bin/notifyusb:	/usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal usbPlugIn
/lib/udev/bin/notifyusb:		/usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal usbPlugOut
/lib/udev/bin/notifyusb:				/usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal usbConfigured
/lib/udev/bin/notifyusb:				/usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal usbUnconfigured
/lib/udev/bin/notifyorientation:        /usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal orientationUp
/lib/udev/bin/notifyorientation:        /usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal orientationDown
/lib/udev/bin/notifyorientation:        /usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal orientationLeft
/lib/udev/bin/notifyorientation:        /usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal orientationRight
/lib/udev/bin/notifyorientation:        /usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal orientationFaceDown
/lib/udev/bin/notifyorientation:        /usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal orientationFaceUp
/lib/udev/bin/notifyorientation:        /usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal orientationFreeFall
/lib/udev/bin/notifyorientation:        /usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal orientationTap
/lib/udev/bin/notifyorientation:        /usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal orientationShake
/lib/udev/bin/notifyorientation:        /usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal orientationDoubleWave
/lib/udev/bin/notifyheadset:	/usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal audioHS -i 1
/lib/udev/bin/notifyheadset:	/usr/bin/lipc-send-event -r 3 com.lab126.hal audioHS -i 0

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