Bluetooth headsets in FSO
fercerpav at gmail.com
Wed May 6 17:39:47 CEST 2009
DJDAS <djdas at djdas.net> writes:
> Franky Van Liedekerke ha scritto:
>>> Framework already supports BT headsets. The fact GUI is missing shows
>>> the lack of interest from end-users, well, i think it'll change soon.
>> hmm ... I thought end-users were people actually using the phone, not
>> unix-hackers ...
> That's why I wrote it ;)
It's very nice you work on it. Too bad you use a dead-born deprecated
>> but I saw the announcement of a bluetooth gui for
>> Om2008, aboeit for bluez3.
> Well those are "minimum requirements" as I couldn't test other distros
> but, as I wrote in the last post, I use only DBUS calls to Bluez so
> maybe it should work on other distros (probably in FSO to given I don't
> use FSO calls yet...).
As Franky already mentioned, bluez3 and bluez4 interfaces are
completely different, so porting won't be that easy :-/
> The only userspace dependency is PyGTK but I think almost every
> distro has it installed.
Yep, no problems with that.
> I think the only real issue could be the power and reset /sys files
> which change between different kernel versions... I accept
> suggestions and patches too :P
One of the reasons FSO integrates functionality of powering and
resetting devices is exactly that. Higher level app devs shouldn't be
bothered with kernel changes, FSO quickly adopts to it and you receive
all updates free. In fact, you might like the idea of FSO, take a look
at specs ;)
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