Why Bluez version < 4?
nomeata at debian.org
Sun Jan 4 18:48:35 CET 2009
Am Sonntag, den 04.01.2009, 16:28 +0100 schrieb Erland Lewin:
> I started looking into Bluetooth under FSO on the Freerunner, and saw
> that the distro uses the bluetooth stack version Bluez-3.32 or 3.33 or
> something like that.
> What is the reason for not migrating to a more recent version of
> Bluez? The latest version is 4.25.
> If I start working on Bluetooth, I'd rather work on the latest API,
> with the most recent support & bug fixes and not have to port my work
> at a later time.
> What parts of the existing Framework would be affected by a change of
> the Bluetooth API?
as far as I know, the latest bluez version has dropped some features,
e.g. turning the hidd plugin on and off via dbus, which is useful for
things like remoko.
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Joachim "nomeata" Breitner
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