Commit 1dec512a authored by Matthias Clasen's avatar Matthias Clasen

Revert "GSettings: delay backend subscription"

This reverts commit 8ff5668a.

This change has had considerable fallout, and there was no
follow-up to address it.
parent 7fff2647
......@@ -412,8 +412,6 @@ value_changed (GSettings *settings,
static void
gsettings_monitor (void)
gchar **keys;
if (global_key)
gchar *name;
......@@ -424,17 +422,6 @@ gsettings_monitor (void)
g_signal_connect (global_settings, "changed", G_CALLBACK (value_changed), NULL);
/* We have to read a value from GSettings before we start receiving
* signals...
* If the schema has zero keys then we won't be displaying any
* notifications anyway.
keys = g_settings_schema_list_keys (global_schema);
if (keys[0])
g_variant_unref (g_settings_get_value (global_settings, keys[0]));
g_strfreev (keys);
for (;;)
g_main_context_iteration (NULL, TRUE);
......@@ -84,16 +84,6 @@
* the names must begin with a lowercase character, must not end
* with a '-', and must not contain consecutive dashes.
* GSettings supports change notification. The primary mechanism to
* watch for changes is to connect to the "changed" signal. You can
* optionally watch for changes on only a single key by using a signal
* detail. Signals are only guaranteed to be emitted for a given key
* after you have read the value of that key while a signal handler was
* connected for that key. Signals may or may not be emitted in the
* case that the key "changed" to the value that you had previously
* read. Signals may be reported in additional cases as well and the
* "changed" signal should really be treated as "may have changed".
* Similar to GConf, the default values in GSettings schemas can be
* localized, but the localized values are stored in gettext catalogs
* and looked up with the domain that is specified in the
......@@ -348,8 +338,6 @@ struct _GSettingsPrivate
GSettingsSchema *schema;
gchar *path;
gboolean is_subscribed;
GDelayedSettingsBackend *delayed;
......@@ -425,26 +413,6 @@ g_settings_real_writable_change_event (GSettings *settings,
return FALSE;
static gboolean
g_settings_has_signal_handlers (GSettings *settings)
GSettingsClass *class = G_SETTINGS_GET_CLASS (settings);
if (class->change_event != g_settings_real_change_event ||
class->writable_change_event != g_settings_real_writable_change_event)
return TRUE;
if (g_signal_has_handler_pending (settings, g_settings_signals[SIGNAL_WRITABLE_CHANGE_EVENT], 0, TRUE) ||
g_signal_has_handler_pending (settings, g_settings_signals[SIGNAL_WRITABLE_CHANGED], 0, TRUE) ||
g_signal_has_handler_pending (settings, g_settings_signals[SIGNAL_CHANGE_EVENT], 0, TRUE) ||
g_signal_has_handler_pending (settings, g_settings_signals[SIGNAL_CHANGED], 0, TRUE))
return TRUE;
/* None of that? Then surely nobody is watching.... */
return FALSE;
static void
settings_backend_changed (GObject *target,
GSettingsBackend *backend,
......@@ -711,6 +679,8 @@ g_settings_constructed (GObject *object)
g_settings_backend_watch (settings->priv->backend,
&listener_vtable, G_OBJECT (settings),
g_settings_backend_subscribe (settings->priv->backend,
static void
......@@ -718,10 +688,8 @@ g_settings_finalize (GObject *object)
GSettings *settings = G_SETTINGS (object);
if (settings->priv->is_subscribed)
g_settings_backend_unsubscribe (settings->priv->backend,
g_settings_backend_unsubscribe (settings->priv->backend,
g_main_context_unref (settings->priv->main_context);
g_object_unref (settings->priv->backend);
g_settings_schema_unref (settings->priv->schema);
......@@ -1186,13 +1154,6 @@ g_settings_read_from_backend (GSettings *settings,
GVariant *fixup;
gchar *path;
/* If we are not yet watching for changes, consider doing it now... */
if (!settings->priv->is_subscribed && g_settings_has_signal_handlers (settings))
g_settings_backend_subscribe (settings->priv->backend, settings->priv->path);
settings->priv->is_subscribed = TRUE;
path = g_strconcat (settings->priv->path, key->name, NULL);
if (user_value_only)
value = g_settings_backend_read_user_value (settings->priv->backend, path, key->type);
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