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    • Aleksander Morgado's avatar
      mobile-providers: new country-specific type to gather providers · 70736be4
      Aleksander Morgado authored
      shell_mobile_providers_parse() was returning the country information split
      into a hash table with providers and a hash table with country names. This
      patch merges both outputs into a single per-country object, so the parse()
      method now returns a GHashTable with the following element-type:
         (element-type utf8 ShellCountryMobileProvider>)
      This also avoids more complex setups like returning lists inside of hash tables,
      which was actually breaking either g-i or gtk-doc.
      
      shell_mobile_providers_parse() was also modified to allow inputting the paths
      of the country codes and provider list files to use. If paths are not given, the
      default ones will be used. This helps us to provide test files during unit
      tests.
      
      Both the findProviderForMCCMNC() and findProviderForSid() methods are exported
      out of the GSM and CDMA specific classes, and new unit tests for them are
      implemented. Tests can be run manually with:
          $> ./tests/run-test.sh tests/unit/mobileProviders.js
      
      https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=687356.
      70736be4
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    • Giovanni Campagna's avatar
      Util: fix binary search exit condition · bbdce159
      Giovanni Campagna authored
      The loop can exit with an interval of length one or one of
      length zero. In the first case it is correct to check which side
      of the interval to return, in the second case no comparison should
      be made (since there is only one possible value).
      In practice, this usually results in one comparison more than needed,
      but in some cases (when the position was past the end of the array),
      would call the comparator with undefined.
      
      https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=666614
      bbdce159
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