I just happened to read the following code in AudioNotifierServiceImpl.java:
private static class AudioClipsKey
public boolean equals(Object o)
AudioClipsKey key = new AudioClipsKey(uri, playback);
I haven't debugged that code but I can assure you the condition in the if clause above will never evaluate to true because the class AudioClipsKey breaks the general contract about the hashCode method (http://docs.oracle.com/javase/1.5.0/docs/api/java/lang/Object.html#hashCode()) by overriding equals without overriding hashCode.
Anyway, I wanted to use the case to remind the developers that overriding equals and not overriding hashCode is likely to lead to unexpected behavior.
On 12.10.2012, at 13:35, email@example.com wrote:
Date: 2012-10-12 10:35:37 UTC
Adds more options to sound notifications and their config. Sound notifications now can use playback, notification or pc speaker device.