Ok, there were days when I’ve thought, I’d never publish anything in that blog again… but, fortunately, that was just period of laziness, which was successfully finished (with some bada and iOS development experience as bonus). So, if you’re still reading this, then probably, you’re interested in bsdroid project and it’s state.
About two weeks ago, I’ve managed to steal one compile node from cluster for amd64 architecture. Well, source tree is not fully compilable and there may be huge problems with several projects, but hey, it’s first step, something is already compilable, although not tested. As result, now I’ve two servers, which compile source tree at the nights.
Actually, I was trying to proceed more in qemu compilation related issues, but synced source tree and have found, that Froyo is in AOSP now. I guess, I need recompile yesterday’s i386 snapshot again before processing further with amd64.
What changes are expected in future?
1. I plan to focus on binary tools distribution only as SDK may be taken from official android site.
2. as was planned earlier, bsdroid tools will be available for downloading via android tool, which is more flexible, than now.
3. previously, snapshots were built with generic-eng target, now I’m building it with aosp_emulator_eu-eng.
4. as FreeBSD related patches are not welcomed in gerrit anymore, I’ll be publishing patches from time to time here (well, just “git diff korg/master”, I’m lazy after all). Non related to FreeBSD patches (e.g. some cosmetics fixes in java-code) will be uploaded for review as earlier.
That’s all. Time to start build.