[pkg-fso-maint] backport fix for call release bug to debian?

Timo Juhani Lindfors timo.lindfors at iki.fi
Tue Dec 16 16:08:25 UTC 2008


could the following commit be a candidate for backporting to the
debian package?

< CIA-51> freesmartphone.org: mickey stabilization/milestone4 * r55aaaef665b2 framework/framework/subsystems/ogsmd/modems/ti_calypso/mediator.py:
< CIA-51> freesmartphone.org: ogsmd: bandaid against Release() not working if the call has not been connected.
< CIA-51> freesmartphone.org: reaon: AT+COLP=0 changes the behaviour of ATD, it then comes back with an OK
< CIA-51> freesmartphone.org: immediately. This means that we can no longer cancel an outgoing call by
< CIA-51> freesmartphone.org: sending a command-in-progress-cancellation-character, but rather need to
< CIA-51> freesmartphone.org: drop the outgoing call otherwise. As a bandaid until we have this fix,
< CIA-51> freesmartphone.org: we cancel all calls for now.

I just hit it by calling a number that is not in use. I get to listen
"the number you dialed is not in use" forever since Release() does not
hangup the call :-)


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