--- Comment #2 from pohly <patrick.ohly(a)intel.com> 2011-06-13 10:46:47 UTC ---
Jussi, didn't we also agree that the UI should set the PeerName property if not
already in the template?
For example, the user might have chosen "XYZ/ foo bar" as config name (can
happen with a phone). Such a config name is valid in StartSession() as an alias
for the normalized version of the config name, which happens to be xyz_foo_bar
(lower case, special characters replaced by underscore).
This "normal form" is *not* something that the UI should know or care about!
Consider it an implementation detail.
That the GTK-UI emulates the normalization by doing a case-insensitive
comparison IMHO is a historic artifact. The correct solution would be:
- retrieve template
- set PeerName to the name of the template, if no PeerName is set
- retrieve config
- compare PeerName against template name
Product: OS Middleware
MeeGo Release: 1.2
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