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79f7ec70ebd5758ce54fd5b6fcd60fd27457cba6 05-Apr-2013 Dianne Hackborn <hackbod@google.com> Have audio service clean up new receivers in crashing processes.

The new media button receiver with only a pending intent (no
component name) could be left hanging if the process that
registered it went away. These semantically need to be tied
to the calling process's lifetime; we now clean them up when
the calling process goes away.

Also added some additional cleanup of media button receivers
when packages change (updated, cleared).

And on top of that, a new "media" command for doing media
things. Currently lets you send media keys and monitor
remote display data.

Oh and finally added a new BaseCommand base class for
implementing these command line utilities.

Change-Id: Iba1d56f10bab1eec4a94a7bb1d1c2ae614c8bcf5
672cf45de7aa5ad6fd1f75512ee5a451a16c0b39 26-Mar-2013 Dianne Hackborn <hackbod@google.com> Change wm commands to return size and density info.

Change-Id: Id25722fe5f0cd9470d04d657f067e5ad29927c98
33c29b0e16a98753aecad894cbc344a87a6307a5 20-Feb-2013 Ying Wang <wangying@google.com> Use BUILD_PREBUILT to install the shell script

NOTICE files will be picked up automatically.

Change-Id: Ia4938aff013f1c010cbbfceacf5685722c86c39a
c652de8141f5b8e3c6bcf8916842b6e106413b1a 16-Feb-2013 Dianne Hackborn <hackbod@google.com> Implement display overscan support.

The window manager now keeps track of the overscan of
each display, with an API to set it. The overscan impacts
how it positions windows in the display. There is a new set
of APIs for windows to say they would like to go into the
overscan region. There is a call into the window manager to
set the overscan region for a display, and it now has a
concept of display settings that it stores presistently.

Also added a new "wm" command, moving the window manager
specific commands from the "am" command to there and adding
a new now to set the overscan region.

Change-Id: Id2c8092db64fd0a982274fedac7658d82f30f9ff