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// SPDX-License-Identifier: Unlicense OR MIT

/*
Package permission includes sub-packages that should be imported
by a Gio program or by one of its dependencies to indicate that specific
operating-system permissions are required. For example, if a Gio
program requires access to a device's Bluetooth interface, it
should import "gioui.org/app/permission/bluetooth" as follows:

	package main

	import (
		"gioui.org/app"
		_ "gioui.org/app/permission/bluetooth"
	)

	func main() {
		...
	}

Since there are no exported identifiers in the app/permission/bluetooth
package, the import uses the anonymous identifier (_) as the imported
package name.

As a special case, the gogio tool detects when a program directly or
indirectly depends on the "net" package from the Go standard library as an
indication that the program requires network access permissions. If a program
requires network permissions but does not directly or indirectly import
"net", it will be necessary to add the following code somewhere in the
program's source code:

	import (
		...
		_ "net"
	)

Android -- Dangerous Permissions

Certain permissions on Android are marked with a protection level of
"dangerous". This means that, in addition to including the relevant
Gio permission packages, your app will need to prompt the user
specifically to request access. To access the Android Activity
required for prompting, use the Do method on Window. Do exposes
the underlying Android View, on which the getContext method returns
the Activity.

For more information on dangerous permissions, see:
https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/permissions/overview#dangerous_permissions
*/
package permission