Thus is coming from the head at cm read before you speak.
The Boss beating on mickey mouse displays.
I read the actual post on Cyanogen's G+ page, not this summary.
He even said himself that devices running CM9 "should" be inline for CM10. Should as in not being a sure thing. Not being a sure thing as in source for Jelly Bean needs to be analyzed to actually confirm.
Not to mention Project Butter needs to be merged with the build.
Since we don’t have source, we obviously can’t give a 100% analysis. What we do anticipate refactoring is Trebuchet and the LockScreen enhancements, along with the Theme Engine.
In addition, we expect to have to hand merge (versus a more automated method) the updated Framework code. This isn’t because of massive changes, but from what we’ve heard, the Framework code has been split into multiple projects to better the PDK (Platform Development Kit). Should be doable in a weekend’s amount of time.
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