[Dev] Launching Tizen SDK application on Tizen 3.0
sm79.lee at samsung.com
Fri Apr 4 11:24:36 GMT 2014
There are many build errors in the Tizen:Mobile project in OBS.
You can check the errors in the below link.
It is a serious problem. I think some repositories are not synced with the
I think Mateusz Malicki failed to run native application because of this
Those build failures should be fixed as soon as possible.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: dev-bounces at lists.tizen.org [mailto:dev-bounces at lists.tizen.org] On
> Behalf Of ASHISH SHRIVASTAVA
> Sent: Friday, April 04, 2014 7:02 PM
> To: dev at lists.tizen.org
> Subject: Re: [Dev] Launching Tizen SDK application on Tizen 3.0
> Hello Mateusz Malicki,
> You have mentioned about some bugs in this post, due to this you have made
> the changes in appfw, app-service and security-service modules.
> It will be good to know the issue which you faced and the purpose of your
> changes. We would be happy yo provide assistance in getting the issue
> Ashish Shrivastava
> I am new in Tizen and almost new in English so forgive for glaring errors.
> I tried to run the application on the Tizen 3.0.
> Below are the steps that I need to do to achieve the goal.
> I had to make a few changes in the code and bypass a few bugs which I do
> know how to solve.
> I have described a few problems which can't solve alone. I ask for your
> I want to change code of appfw, app-service, security-service.
> 1. Execute osp-security-service.
> Take into account the changes introduced in the appfw
> Possibility to dynamic load by osp-loader(added -pie linker flag)
> 2. Execute osp-app-service.
> 2.1. I think that commit
> ce.git;a=commit;h=275a4f30bfb384c5f6eb6f78ecd78b4c3af183d7 should by
> Above commit changed application path from /opt/apps to /opt/usr/apps.
> To launch service path must be set to PATH_OPT_APPS (=/opt/apps) which is
> defined in
> 2.2. Add _AppLaunchCondition::GetLaunchArgs in appfw.
> 3. Execute osp-common-service.
> osp-common-service setup SettingsServer server.
> osp-common-service contain class derived from ServiceApp which construct
> _AppImpl object.
> _AppImpl Construct function creates SettingsService client instance.
> Client is created before SettingServer -- it always fails.
> I think that commit that provide above cyclic dependency should be
> For now i use:
> diff --git a/src/app/FApp_AppImpl.cpp b/src/app/FApp_AppImpl.cpp
> index e41f92a..6415e85 100644
> --- a/src/app/FApp_AppImpl.cpp
> +++ b/src/app/FApp_AppImpl.cpp
> @@ -141,7 +141,7 @@ _AppImpl::Construct(const IList* pArgs)
> - r = _SettingInfoImpl::AddSettingEventListenerForInternal(*this);
> + //r = _SettingInfoImpl::AddSettingEventListenerForInternal(*this);
> SysTryLog(NID_APP, !IsFailed(r), "[%s] failed to add setting event
> listener.", GetErrorMessage(r));
> return E_SUCCESS;
> 4. Execute sample service application (it was build with Tizen SDK).
> Still investigating.
> Hint: with following patch causes application works.
> diff --git a/src/security/FSec_PrivilegeInfo.cpp
> index bc6621c..f704517 100644
> --- a/src/security/FSec_PrivilegeInfo.cpp
> +++ b/src/security/FSec_PrivilegeInfo.cpp
> @@ -250,7 +250,7 @@ _PrivilegeInfo::Construct(const AppId& appId, const
> String& encryptedPrivileges,
> memcpy(__bitwisePrivilege, pDecrytpedBitwisePrivilege,
> __appId = appId;
> - __apiVisibility = visibility;
> + __apiVisibility = visibility + 1000;
> std::unique_ptr<IEnumerator> pEnum(null);
> r = __privilegeList.Construct(32, 0.75);
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