shared private component between application

by guillaume leterrier (Teleca Germany) » Fri, 13 Mar 2009 17:25:50 GMT

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If 2 applications are signed with the same developer key, and ask to
run with a shared UID,  are all private components of each application
accessible from the other application ?

Is it also true, if they do not share the same UID ?

I mean as private component, a component not exported or without
intent filter.
I also consider that there are no permission restrictions to the
private component access.


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