From: Jean Tourrilhes <jt@bo...> - 2002-10-22 20:02:56
ZL wrote :
> My boss want to use OpenOBEX but he still have to consider the
> commercial OBEX implementation for performance.
Putting performance and Obex in the same sentence must be a
joke. If you want performance, don't use Obex at all.
Now, the right criteria is probably footprint and
compatibility. OpenObex is not too good on the footprint side, but I
can assure you that it is very compatible (I tested with many
> Could u tell me when u will release 1.0.0-Final version? And what
> will u do in this version?
Please use 1.0.0-pre1, which is a fully functional
release. 1.0.0-Final will happen when it's ready, we are currently
collecting patches. The Changelog gives you an idea of what's
From: Jean Tourrilhes <jt@bo...> - 2002-12-09 21:32:24
ZL wrote :
> I am reading the source code of obex_test in
> openobex-app-1.0.0.tar.gz. I am confused that an object buffer is
> not freed after obex_get_client operation.
> In the src code of get_client_done(), it just call safe_save_file()
> to save the body of the object, and no free operation here. Does the
> free operation is done in the next OBEX operation?
There may well be bugs in obex_test. But I believe that the
library clean up all the Obex headers. If unsure, check the source
code of the library itself.
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