> On Sep 19, 2016, at 1:49 AM, Rick Walsh <rickmwa...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 18 September 2016 at 11:10, Dirk Hohndel <d...@hohndel.org 
> <mailto:d...@hohndel.org>> wrote:
> Thanks to Linus and Anton we have an updated Subsurface-branch for
> libdivecomputer.
> This goes along with an update to Subsurface itself to adjust to the
> modified API for our serial code.
> I’ve had problems with the native Bluetooth code for a while and feel
> like I can’t quite figure out where the culprit is. I only had a chance to
> test this on my Mac, though, and Bluetooth has always been a challenge
> on the Mac.
> I’d appreciate if some of you with Bluetooth dive computers could give
> this a try and let me know if things work on Windows, Linux and Mac.
> I tested on Linux (Fedora 24) with my Shearwater Petrel 2, and it worked 
> fine.  Built myself from latest master, running the build.sh to update 
> libdivecomputer.
> I should correct what I wrote above.  Downloading the dives via Bluetooth 
> worked fine, but I was not able to select which Bluetooth controller to use 
> (onboard or USB dongle), or turn it on or off - previously I could.  I turned 
> on Bluetooth with the GUI tool included with KDE, and the default controller 
> was the one I wanted to use.
> I've just tested again, and compared to a week-old build and the 4.5.4 
> Appimage.  The ability to control Bluetooth appears to have nothing to do 
> with recent changes in Subsurface or libdivecomputer.  I had Bluetooth 
> disabled through the KDE taskbar icon, and Subsurface couldn't power on 
> Bluetooth from that state.  If I enable Bluetooth through the system, then I 
> can power on and power off.

So we can say "works as designed"?

> I'll investigate further when I get the chance, but can someone else test?  
> You don't even need a Bluetooth dive computer; just see if you can power 
> Bluetooth on or off through Subsurface, select the controller if you have 
> more than one, and scan and try to pair a device (e.g. your phone).

I'd still love to see more people test. Ideally someone with a Mac and some 
time to figure out what's going on there.


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