Has anyone android working with andy-tracking?
andy at openmoko.com
Sun Feb 8 16:34:25 CET 2009
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| Michael, if this wakelock stuff is just a local addition you made and
| not part of android, it's better we try to get rid of it.
| If Google are creating it though, maybe they have a larger plan and we
| need to deal with that.
| Can you clarify where the wakelock code came from?
|> Wakelock are google code :).
Do we know if Google add the wakelock code because they will have
complex multistep transactions in kernel space?
If they do plan this we should find how to live with it, because the
wakelocks are going to be needed then to protect the kernel-side
If it's only working around stuff we know we can do by cooperation in
userspace, basically by filtering before issuing the suspend action, and
you can arrange that in Android, then we don't need it (although I
wonder if all the potential races there are really take care of).
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