README.txt
author Chris Pearce <cpearce@mozilla.com>
Fri, 11 Nov 2016 12:10:43 +1300
changeset 322417 2b0c612e87232b099830ae3b918d2080cc73960c
parent 259966 ae64d16898395607093db2e2dd667b6544cb1f55
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Bug 1306314 - Add an ID to GMPDecryptor instances, reflect that on CDMProxy. r=gerald This enables us to identify GMPDecryptor instances in the child process, so that in a later patch when we create a GMPVideoDecoder instance, we can associate it with a GMPDecryptor. Then the cdm::ContentDecryptionModule8 instance that these two actors are adapted to can know whom it's supposed to respond to. We use the IPDL PGMPDecryptorChild actor ID as the GMPDecryptor's ID. This is unique per GMP process, which is sufficient. MozReview-Commit-ID: 7NKND9VjPUW

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