Date: Fri, 21 Jun 2013 10:58:53 -0500
Subject: Re: CDMA voicecall driver
On 06/19/2013 07:24 PM, TengChou Yang wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am currently working on Sierra modem (MC5728V). Looks like CDMA is not
> fully supported for the voicecall yet.
> What I see from ofono master branch there are only probe, remove, dial,
> hangup had been implemented. I am working
> on other's method step by step. I am wondering is it worth it to change
> the dbus service path from org.ofono.cdma.voicecallmanager
Err, that is not a dbus service path. The service path is always the
same, org.ofono. What you're referring to is the dbus interface name.
Thanks for the correction, I was referring to interface name.
> to org.ofono.voicecallmanager? In this case, application
doesn't need to
> care about it's GSM modem or CDMA modem,
> what they need to do is connecting to the same dbus path.
No, the API has been specifically designed to separate CDMA and GSM
details. There are too many differences in the two systems and their
respective capabilities to mash them together.
They do have a lot of differences but not in dbus method layer. For example,
ofono_voicecall_driver has methods like dial, answer, hangup all, hold_all_active...etc, I
believe cdma will have almost same methods like GSM. When we are using them in application
layer, we will call the same method name but different kind of modem driver.I am wondering
why ofono created two different interface name and providethe same call method?
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