[RFC patch pcf50633-core] Android resume on one click patch
werner at openmoko.org
Fri Mar 20 02:05:00 CET 2009
Michael Trimarchi wrote:
> is it a standard behavior having the reason but not having the event?
I think we're defining the standard here :-)
I don't particularly care which way it's done, just that it's done
consistently. And I really don't want a new config option :-)
It seems that it would be slightly easier and cleaner for user space
expecting an onkey event on resume to generate that from the wakeup
reason than it would be for user space that doesn't want such an
event to look at the wakeup reason and to suppress the next onkey
event coming from the kernel.
Is this assumption of mine true ? Or would it be excessively
difficult to do this ?
Another reason for not changing the current behaviour would be that
existing code probably expects things to behave as they do.
By the way, a general question about Android-specific API changes:
how hard or easy is it for you to change Android's platform-specific
glue code (or have someone else change it for you) ? Some of your
patches try to make the kernel behave in a way that matches very
specific expectations of user space, which seems to suggest that
it's very difficult for you to change user space. Is this the case ?
Or do you just generally prefer to change things in the kernel than
in user space ?
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