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D-Bus Applies to: Bluetooth D-Bus is a classic messaging system found in most Linux distributions for facilitating communication between various desktop components. It's included in Android because it's the prescribed way for a non-GPL component to talk to the GPLlicensed BlueZ stack—Linux's default Bluetooth stack and the one used in Android —without being subject to the GPL's redistribution requirements; D-Bus itself being dual-licensed under the Academic Free License (AFL) and the GPL. org for more information about D-Bus.

Processes and Threads Whenever an app's component is activated, whether it be by the system or another app, a process will be started to house that app's components. And unless the app developer does anything to overide the system defaults, all other components of that app that start after the initial component is activated will run within the same process as that component. In other words, all components of an app are comprised within a single 24 | Chapter 2: Internals Primer Linux process. Hence, developers should avoid making long or blocking operations in standard components and use threads instead.

To set up an app development environment, follow the instructions provided by Google at the developer kit site just mentioned, or have a look at the book Learning Android (O'Reilly). Native Development While the majority of apps are developed exclusively in Java using the development environment we just discussed, certain developers need to run some C code natively. To this end, Google has made the Native Development Kit (NDK) available to developers. As advertized, this is mostly aimed at game developers needing to squeeze every last possible bit of performance out of the device their game is running on.

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