[Dev] Sandbox mechanism
Peters, Brad T
brad.t.peters at intel.com
Fri Dec 13 19:50:04 GMT 2013
The thing to realize here is that Tizen is a bare-metal application
environment - and this is a GOOD thing. We get major performance
improvements and improved native interaction based on the full native C and
C++ API's. The idea of a Sandbox, at least as it exists in the Android JVM,
is not supported. The closest comparison would be for HTML5 apps running in
the Web Runtime.
Tizen native apps are equivalent to system-level apps in that they all have
PID's and are true processes. The BIG difference is that, in Tizen, we have
SMACK and SystemD to limit and throttle what these processes can do, as
well as top-to-bottom source-code review of all vendor supplied Apps.
Intel SW Engineer
On Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 9:47 AM, Leibowitz, Michael <
michael.leibowitz at intel.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 9:40 AM, Clark, Joel <joel.clark at intel.com> wrote:
> > Does Tizen have a sandbox mechanism for native applications?
> Sandbox is a misused term that means different things to different
> people. We have SMACK, which depending on configuration can prevent
> applications from accessing things. We have talked about different
> mechanisms, but nothing is implemented on these mechanisms yet. What
> are you trying to achieve?
> Michael Leibowitz
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> Dev at lists.tizen.org
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