[Dev] Tizen api
jini at zeus.net.au
Mon Nov 9 03:37:48 GMT 2015
Yes, headers could be modified using a script.
I'd build the list by first pattern matching all function declarations in header files, then remove all unwanted functions, then use this list as the tizen api whitelist. The list would include the header file name and function signature tuple.
To modify header files, I'd use this whitelist, with a script, so the task could be automated whenever header files are updated.
Just a thought.
Sent from my Samsung device.
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From: Carsten Haitzler <c.haitzler at samsung.com>
Sent: 09/11/2015 10:48:24 am
To: Peter <jini at zeus.net.au>
Cc: dev at lists.tizen.org <dev at lists.tizen.org>
Subject: Re: [Dev] Tizen api
On Mon, 09 Nov 2015 09:09:48 +1000 (AEST)
Peter <jini at zeus.net.au> wrote:
> Any thoughts on using a macro to identify Tizen native api for
> Presently developer's have to submit an application to the store to
> determine if the api used by their application is acceptable.
> Sent from my Samsung device.
that's a LOT of headers to modify.
what is probably best is if there simply is a verification tool that
runs on a binary that tells you what is "invalid". it's a shame that it
isnt a standard part of sdk build process etc. by now. :(
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