Struct bt_a2dp::peer::Peer

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pub struct Peer { /* private fields */ }
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A Peer represents an A2DP peer which may be connected to this device. Only one A2DP peer should exist for each Bluetooth peer.

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impl Peer

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pub fn create( id: PeerId, peer: Peer, streams: Streams, permits: Option<Permits>, profile: ProfileProxy, metrics: MetricsLogger ) -> Self

Make a new Peer which is connected to the peer id using the AVDTP peer. The streams are the local endpoints available to the peer. profile will be used to initiate connections for Media Transport. The permits, if provided, will acquire a permit before starting streams on this peer. If metrics is included, metrics for codec availability will be reported. This also starts a task on the executor to handle incoming events from the peer.

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pub fn set_descriptor( &self, descriptor: ProfileDescriptor ) -> Option<ProfileDescriptor>

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pub fn receive_channel(&self, channel: Channel) -> Result<()>

Receive a channel from the peer that was initiated remotely. This function should be called whenever the peer associated with this opens an L2CAP channel. If this completes opening a stream, streams that are suspended will be scheduled to start.

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pub fn avdtp(&self) -> Peer

Return a handle to the AVDTP peer, to use as initiator of commands.

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pub fn remote_endpoints(&self) -> Option<Vec<StreamEndpoint>>

Returns the stream endpoints discovered by this peer.

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pub fn collect_capabilities( &self ) -> impl Future<Output = Result<Vec<StreamEndpoint>>>

Perform Discovery and Collect Capabilities to enumerate the endpoints and capabilities of the connected peer. Returns a future which performs the work and resolves to a vector of peer stream endpoints.

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pub fn stream_start( &self, remote_id: StreamEndpointId, capabilities: Vec<ServiceCapability> ) -> impl Future<Output = Result<()>>

Open and start a media transport stream, connecting a compatible local stream to the remote stream remote_id, configuring it with the capabilities provided. Returns a future which should be awaited on. The future returns Ok(()) if successfully started, and an appropriate error otherwise.

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pub fn streaming_active(&self) -> bool

Query whether any streams are currently started or scheduled to start.

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pub fn stream_suspend( &self, local_id: StreamEndpointId ) -> impl Future<Output = Result<()>>

Suspend a media transport stream local_id. It’s possible that the stream is not active - a suspend will be attempted, but an error from the command will be returned. Returns the result of the suspend command.

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pub fn closed(&self) -> ClosedPeer

Returns a future that will complete when the peer disconnects.

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impl Inspect for &mut Peer

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fn iattach( self, parent: &InspectNode, name: impl AsRef<str> ) -> Result<(), AttachError>

Attaches self to the inspect tree, under parent[name]. Note that: Read more

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impl !Freeze for Peer

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impl !RefUnwindSafe for Peer

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impl Send for Peer

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impl Sync for Peer

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impl Unpin for Peer

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impl !UnwindSafe for Peer

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