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# This is included by the top-level Makefile.
# It sets up standard variables based on the
# current configuration and platform, which
# are not specific to what is being built.
# Only use ANDROID_BUILD_SHELL to wrap around bash.
# DO NOT use other shells such as zsh.
ifdef ANDROID_BUILD_SHELL
SHELL := $(ANDROID_BUILD_SHELL)
else
# Use bash, not whatever shell somebody has installed as /bin/sh
# This is repeated from main.mk, since envsetup.sh runs this file
# directly.
SHELL := /bin/bash
endif
# Utility variables.
empty :=
space := $(empty) $(empty)
comma := ,
# Tell python not to spam the source tree with .pyc files. This
# only has an effect on python 2.6 and above.
export PYTHONDONTWRITEBYTECODE := 1
# Standard source directories.
SRC_DOCS:= $(TOPDIR)docs
# TODO: Enforce some kind of layering; only add include paths
# when a module links against a particular library.
# TODO: See if we can remove most of these from the global list.
SRC_HEADERS := \
$(TOPDIR)system/core/include \
$(TOPDIR)hardware/libhardware/include \
$(TOPDIR)hardware/libhardware_legacy/include \
$(TOPDIR)hardware/ril/include \
$(TOPDIR)libnativehelper/include \
$(TOPDIR)frameworks/native/include \
$(TOPDIR)frameworks/native/opengl/include \
$(TOPDIR)frameworks/av/include \
$(TOPDIR)frameworks/base/include \
$(TOPDIR)external/skia/include
SRC_HOST_HEADERS:=$(TOPDIR)tools/include
SRC_LIBRARIES:= $(TOPDIR)libs
SRC_SERVERS:= $(TOPDIR)servers
SRC_TARGET_DIR := $(TOPDIR)build/target
SRC_API_DIR := $(TOPDIR)prebuilts/sdk/api
# Some specific paths to tools
SRC_DROIDDOC_DIR := $(TOPDIR)build/tools/droiddoc
# Various mappings to avoid hard-coding paths all over the place
include $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/pathmap.mk
# ###############################################################
# Build system internal files
# ###############################################################
BUILD_COMBOS:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/combo
CLEAR_VARS:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/clear_vars.mk
BUILD_HOST_STATIC_LIBRARY:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/host_static_library.mk
BUILD_HOST_SHARED_LIBRARY:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/host_shared_library.mk
BUILD_STATIC_LIBRARY:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/static_library.mk
BUILD_RAW_STATIC_LIBRARY := $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/raw_static_library.mk
BUILD_SHARED_LIBRARY:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/shared_library.mk
BUILD_EXECUTABLE:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/executable.mk
BUILD_RAW_EXECUTABLE:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/raw_executable.mk
BUILD_HOST_EXECUTABLE:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/host_executable.mk
BUILD_PACKAGE:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/package.mk
BUILD_PHONY_PACKAGE:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/phony_package.mk
BUILD_HOST_PREBUILT:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/host_prebuilt.mk
BUILD_PREBUILT:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/prebuilt.mk
BUILD_MULTI_PREBUILT:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/multi_prebuilt.mk
BUILD_JAVA_LIBRARY:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/java_library.mk
BUILD_STATIC_JAVA_LIBRARY:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/static_java_library.mk
BUILD_HOST_JAVA_LIBRARY:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/host_java_library.mk
BUILD_DROIDDOC:= $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/droiddoc.mk
BUILD_COPY_HEADERS := $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/copy_headers.mk
BUILD_NATIVE_TEST := $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/native_test.mk
BUILD_HOST_NATIVE_TEST := $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/host_native_test.mk
BUILD_NOTICE_FILE := $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/notice_files.mk
-include cts/build/config.mk
# ###############################################################
# Parse out any modifier targets.
# ###############################################################
# The 'showcommands' goal says to show the full command
# lines being executed, instead of a short message about
# the kind of operation being done.
SHOW_COMMANDS:= $(filter showcommands,$(MAKECMDGOALS))
# ###############################################################
# Set common values
# ###############################################################
# These can be changed to modify both host and device modules.
COMMON_GLOBAL_CFLAGS:= -DANDROID -fmessage-length=0 -W -Wall -Wno-unused -Winit-self -Wpointer-arith
COMMON_RELEASE_CFLAGS:= -DNDEBUG -UDEBUG
COMMON_GLOBAL_CPPFLAGS:= $(COMMON_GLOBAL_CFLAGS) -Wsign-promo
COMMON_RELEASE_CPPFLAGS:= $(COMMON_RELEASE_CFLAGS)
# Set the extensions used for various packages
COMMON_PACKAGE_SUFFIX := .zip
COMMON_JAVA_PACKAGE_SUFFIX := .jar
COMMON_ANDROID_PACKAGE_SUFFIX := .apk
# list of flags to turn specific warnings in to errors
TARGET_ERROR_FLAGS := -Werror=return-type -Werror=non-virtual-dtor -Werror=address -Werror=sequence-point
# TODO: do symbol compression
TARGET_COMPRESS_MODULE_SYMBOLS := false
# Default shell is mksh. Other possible value is ash.
TARGET_SHELL := mksh
# ###############################################################
# Include sub-configuration files
# ###############################################################
# ---------------------------------------------------------------
# Try to include buildspec.mk, which will try to set stuff up.
# If this file doesn't exist, the environment variables will
# be used, and if that doesn't work, then the default is an
# arm build
ifndef ANDROID_BUILDSPEC
ANDROID_BUILDSPEC := $(TOPDIR)buildspec.mk
endif
-include $(ANDROID_BUILDSPEC)
# ---------------------------------------------------------------
# Define most of the global variables. These are the ones that
# are specific to the user's build configuration.
include $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/envsetup.mk
# Boards may be defined under $(SRC_TARGET_DIR)/board/$(TARGET_DEVICE)
# or under vendor/*/$(TARGET_DEVICE). Search in both places, but
# make sure only one exists.
# Real boards should always be associated with an OEM vendor.
board_config_mk := \
$(strip $(wildcard \
$(SRC_TARGET_DIR)/board/$(TARGET_DEVICE)/BoardConfig.mk \
$(shell test -d device && find device -maxdepth 4 -path '*/$(TARGET_DEVICE)/BoardConfig.mk') \
$(shell test -d vendor && find vendor -maxdepth 4 -path '*/$(TARGET_DEVICE)/BoardConfig.mk') \
))
ifeq ($(board_config_mk),)
$(error No config file found for TARGET_DEVICE $(TARGET_DEVICE))
endif
ifneq ($(words $(board_config_mk)),1)
$(error Multiple board config files for TARGET_DEVICE $(TARGET_DEVICE): $(board_config_mk))
endif
include $(board_config_mk)
ifeq ($(TARGET_ARCH),)
$(error TARGET_ARCH not defined by board config: $(board_config_mk))
endif
TARGET_DEVICE_DIR := $(patsubst %/,%,$(dir $(board_config_mk)))
board_config_mk :=
# Perhaps we should move this block to build/core/Makefile,
# once we don't have TARGET_NO_KERNEL reference in AndroidBoard.mk/Android.mk.
ifneq ($(strip $(TARGET_NO_BOOTLOADER)),true)
INSTALLED_BOOTLOADER_MODULE := $(PRODUCT_OUT)/bootloader
ifeq ($(strip $(TARGET_BOOTLOADER_IS_2ND)),true)
INSTALLED_2NDBOOTLOADER_TARGET := $(PRODUCT_OUT)/2ndbootloader
else
INSTALLED_2NDBOOTLOADER_TARGET :=
endif
else
INSTALLED_BOOTLOADER_MODULE :=
INSTALLED_2NDBOOTLOADER_TARGET :=
endif # TARGET_NO_BOOTLOADER
ifneq ($(strip $(TARGET_NO_KERNEL)),true)
INSTALLED_KERNEL_TARGET := $(PRODUCT_OUT)/kernel
else
INSTALLED_KERNEL_TARGET :=
endif
# The build system exposes several variables for where to find the kernel
# headers:
# TARGET_DEVICE_KERNEL_HEADERS is automatically created for the current
# device being built. It is set as $(TARGET_DEVICE_DIR)/kernel-headers,
# e.g. device/samsung/tuna/kernel-headers. This directory is not
# explicitly set by anyone, the build system always adds this subdir.
#
# TARGET_BOARD_KERNEL_HEADERS is specified by the BoardConfig.mk file
# to allow other directories to be included. This is useful if there's
# some common place where a few headers are being kept for a group
# of devices. For example, device/<vendor>/common/kernel-headers could
# contain some headers for several of <vendor>'s devices.
#
# TARGET_PRODUCT_KERNEL_HEADERS is generated by the product inheritance
# graph. This allows architecture products to provide headers for the
# devices using that architecture. For example,
# hardware/ti/omap4xxx/omap4.mk will specify
# PRODUCT_VENDOR_KERNEL_HEADERS variable that specify where the omap4
# specific headers are, e.g. hardware/ti/omap4xxx/kernel-headers.
# The build system then combines all the values specified by all the
# PRODUCT_VENDOR_KERNEL_HEADERS directives in the product inheritance
# tree and then exports a TARGET_PRODUCT_KERNEL_HEADERS variable.
#
# The layout of subdirs in any of the kernel-headers dir should mirror the
# layout of the kernel include/ directory. For example,
# device/samsung/tuna/kernel-headers/linux/,
# hardware/ti/omap4xxx/kernel-headers/media/,
# etc.
#
# NOTE: These directories MUST contain post-processed headers using the
# bionic/libc/kernel/clean_header.py tool. Additionally, the original kernel
# headers must also be checked in, but in a different subdirectory. By
# convention, the originals should be checked into original-kernel-headers
# directory of the same parent dir. For example,
# device/samsung/tuna/kernel-headers <----- post-processed
# device/samsung/tuna/original-kernel-headers <----- originals
#
TARGET_DEVICE_KERNEL_HEADERS := $(strip $(wildcard $(TARGET_DEVICE_DIR)/kernel-headers))
define validate-kernel-headers
$(if $(firstword $(foreach hdr_dir,$(1),\
$(filter-out kernel-headers,$(notdir $(hdr_dir))))),\
$(error Kernel header dirs must be end in kernel-headers: $(1)))
endef
# also allow the board config to provide additional directories since
# there could be device/oem/base_hw and device/oem/derived_hw
# that both are valid devices but derived_hw needs to use kernel headers
# from base_hw.
TARGET_BOARD_KERNEL_HEADERS := $(strip $(wildcard $(TARGET_BOARD_KERNEL_HEADERS)))
TARGET_BOARD_KERNEL_HEADERS := $(patsubst %/,%,$(TARGET_BOARD_KERNEL_HEADERS))
$(call validate-kernel-headers,$(TARGET_BOARD_KERNEL_HEADERS))
# then add product-inherited includes, to allow for
# hardware/sivendor/chip/chip.mk to include their own headers
TARGET_PRODUCT_KERNEL_HEADERS := $(strip $(wildcard $(PRODUCT_VENDOR_KERNEL_HEADERS)))
TARGET_PRODUCT_KERNEL_HEADERS := $(patsubst %/,%,$(TARGET_PRODUCT_KERNEL_HEADERS))
$(call validate-kernel-headers,$(TARGET_PRODUCT_KERNEL_HEADERS))
# Clean up/verify variables defined by the board config file.
TARGET_BOOTLOADER_BOARD_NAME := $(strip $(TARGET_BOOTLOADER_BOARD_NAME))
TARGET_CPU_ABI := $(strip $(TARGET_CPU_ABI))
ifeq ($(TARGET_CPU_ABI),)
$(error No TARGET_CPU_ABI defined by board config: $(board_config_mk))
endif
TARGET_CPU_ABI2 := $(strip $(TARGET_CPU_ABI2))
# $(1): os/arch
define select-android-config-h
build/core/combo/include/arch/$(1)/AndroidConfig.h
endef
combo_target := HOST_
include $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/combo/select.mk
# on windows, the tools have .exe at the end, and we depend on the
# host config stuff being done first
combo_target := TARGET_
include $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/combo/select.mk
# Compute TARGET_TOOLCHAIN_ROOT from TARGET_TOOLS_PREFIX
# if only TARGET_TOOLS_PREFIX is passed to the make command.
ifndef TARGET_TOOLCHAIN_ROOT
TARGET_TOOLCHAIN_ROOT := $(patsubst %/, %, $(dir $(TARGET_TOOLS_PREFIX)))
TARGET_TOOLCHAIN_ROOT := $(patsubst %/, %, $(dir $(TARGET_TOOLCHAIN_ROOT)))
TARGET_TOOLCHAIN_ROOT := $(wildcard $(TARGET_TOOLCHAIN_ROOT))
endif
# Pick a Java compiler.
include $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/combo/javac.mk
# ---------------------------------------------------------------
# Check that the configuration is current. We check that
# BUILD_ENV_SEQUENCE_NUMBER is current against this value.
# Don't fail if we're called from envsetup, so they have a
# chance to update their environment.
ifeq (,$(strip $(CALLED_FROM_SETUP)))
ifneq (,$(strip $(BUILD_ENV_SEQUENCE_NUMBER)))
ifneq ($(BUILD_ENV_SEQUENCE_NUMBER),$(CORRECT_BUILD_ENV_SEQUENCE_NUMBER))
$(warning BUILD_ENV_SEQUENCE_NUMBER is set incorrectly.)
$(info *** If you use envsetup/lunch/choosecombo:)
$(info *** - Re-execute envsetup (". envsetup.sh"))
$(info *** - Re-run lunch or choosecombo)
$(info *** If you use buildspec.mk:)
$(info *** - Look at buildspec.mk.default to see what has changed)
$(info *** - Update BUILD_ENV_SEQUENCE_NUMBER to "$(CORRECT_BUILD_ENV_SEQUENCE_NUMBER)")
$(error bailing..)
endif
endif
endif
# ---------------------------------------------------------------
# Generic tools.
LEX := flex
# The default PKGDATADIR built in the prebuilt bison is a relative path
# external/bison/data.
# To run bison from elsewhere you need to set up enviromental variable
# BISON_PKGDATADIR.
BISON_PKGDATADIR := $(PWD)/external/bison/data
BISON := prebuilts/misc/$(BUILD_OS)-$(BUILD_ARCH)/bison/bison
YACC := $(BISON) -d
DOXYGEN:= doxygen
AAPT := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/aapt$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
AIDL := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/aidl$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
PROTOC := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/aprotoc$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
SIGNAPK_JAR := $(HOST_OUT_JAVA_LIBRARIES)/signapk$(COMMON_JAVA_PACKAGE_SUFFIX)
MKBOOTFS := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/mkbootfs$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
MINIGZIP := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/minigzip$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
MKBOOTIMG := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/mkbootimg$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
MKYAFFS2 := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/mkyaffs2image$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
APICHECK := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/apicheck$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
FS_GET_STATS := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/fs_get_stats$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
MKEXT2IMG := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/genext2fs$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
MAKE_EXT4FS := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/make_ext4fs$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
MKEXTUSERIMG := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/mkuserimg.sh
MKEXT2BOOTIMG := external/genext2fs/mkbootimg_ext2.sh
SIMG2IMG := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/simg2img$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
E2FSCK := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/e2fsck$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
MKTARBALL := build/tools/mktarball.sh
TUNE2FS := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/tune2fs$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
E2FSCK := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/e2fsck$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
JARJAR := $(HOST_OUT_JAVA_LIBRARIES)/jarjar.jar
PROGUARD := external/proguard/bin/proguard.sh
JAVATAGS := build/tools/java-event-log-tags.py
LLVM_RS_CC := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/llvm-rs-cc$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
BCC_COMPAT := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/bcc_compat$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
DEXOPT := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/dexopt$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
DEXPREOPT := dalvik/tools/dex-preopt
LINT := prebuilts/sdk/tools/lint
# ACP is always for the build OS, not for the host OS
ACP := $(BUILD_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/acp$(BUILD_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
# dx is java behind a shell script; no .exe necessary.
DX := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/dx
ZIPALIGN := $(HOST_OUT_EXECUTABLES)/zipalign$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
FINDBUGS := prebuilt/common/findbugs/bin/findbugs
EMMA_JAR := external/emma/lib/emma$(COMMON_JAVA_PACKAGE_SUFFIX)
YACC_HEADER_SUFFIX:= .hpp
# Don't use column under Windows, cygwin or not
ifeq ($(HOST_OS),windows)
COLUMN:= cat
else
COLUMN:= column
endif
OLD_FLEX := prebuilts/misc/$(HOST_PREBUILT_TAG)/flex/flex-2.5.4a$(HOST_EXECUTABLE_SUFFIX)
ifeq ($(HOST_OS),darwin)
# Mac OS' screwy version of java uses a non-standard directory layout
# and doesn't even seem to have tools.jar. On the other hand, javac seems
# to be able to magically find the classes in there, wherever they are, so
# leave this blank
HOST_JDK_TOOLS_JAR :=
else
HOST_JDK_TOOLS_JAR:= $(shell $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/find-jdk-tools-jar.sh)
ifeq ($(wildcard $(HOST_JDK_TOOLS_JAR)),)
$(error Error: could not find jdk tools.jar, please install JDK6, \
which you can download from java.sun.com)
endif
endif
# Is the host JDK 64-bit version?
HOST_JDK_IS_64BIT_VERSION :=
ifneq ($(filter 64-Bit, $(shell java -version 2>&1)),)
HOST_JDK_IS_64BIT_VERSION := true
endif
# It's called md5 on Mac OS and md5sum on Linux
ifeq ($(HOST_OS),darwin)
MD5SUM:=md5 -q
else
MD5SUM:=md5sum
endif
APICHECK_CLASSPATH := $(HOST_JDK_TOOLS_JAR)
APICHECK_CLASSPATH := $(APICHECK_CLASSPATH):$(HOST_OUT_JAVA_LIBRARIES)/doclava$(COMMON_JAVA_PACKAGE_SUFFIX)
APICHECK_CLASSPATH := $(APICHECK_CLASSPATH):$(HOST_OUT_JAVA_LIBRARIES)/jsilver$(COMMON_JAVA_PACKAGE_SUFFIX)
APICHECK_COMMAND := $(APICHECK) -JXmx1024m -J"classpath $(APICHECK_CLASSPATH)"
# The default key if not set as LOCAL_CERTIFICATE
ifdef PRODUCT_DEFAULT_DEV_CERTIFICATE
DEFAULT_SYSTEM_DEV_CERTIFICATE := $(PRODUCT_DEFAULT_DEV_CERTIFICATE)
else
DEFAULT_SYSTEM_DEV_CERTIFICATE := build/target/product/security/testkey
endif
# ###############################################################
# Set up final options.
# ###############################################################
HOST_GLOBAL_CFLAGS += $(COMMON_GLOBAL_CFLAGS)
HOST_RELEASE_CFLAGS += $(COMMON_RELEASE_CFLAGS)
HOST_GLOBAL_CPPFLAGS += $(COMMON_GLOBAL_CPPFLAGS)
HOST_RELEASE_CPPFLAGS += $(COMMON_RELEASE_CPPFLAGS)
TARGET_GLOBAL_CFLAGS += $(COMMON_GLOBAL_CFLAGS)
TARGET_RELEASE_CFLAGS += $(COMMON_RELEASE_CFLAGS)
TARGET_GLOBAL_CPPFLAGS += $(COMMON_GLOBAL_CPPFLAGS)
TARGET_RELEASE_CPPFLAGS += $(COMMON_RELEASE_CPPFLAGS)
HOST_GLOBAL_LD_DIRS += -L$(HOST_OUT_INTERMEDIATE_LIBRARIES)
TARGET_GLOBAL_LD_DIRS += -L$(TARGET_OUT_INTERMEDIATE_LIBRARIES)
HOST_PROJECT_INCLUDES:= $(SRC_HEADERS) $(SRC_HOST_HEADERS) $(HOST_OUT_HEADERS)
TARGET_PROJECT_INCLUDES:= $(SRC_HEADERS) $(TARGET_OUT_HEADERS) \
$(TARGET_DEVICE_KERNEL_HEADERS) $(TARGET_BOARD_KERNEL_HEADERS) \
$(TARGET_PRODUCT_KERNEL_HEADERS)
# Many host compilers don't support these flags, so we have to make
# sure to only specify them for the target compilers checked in to
# the source tree.
TARGET_GLOBAL_CFLAGS += $(TARGET_ERROR_FLAGS)
TARGET_GLOBAL_CPPFLAGS += $(TARGET_ERROR_FLAGS)
HOST_GLOBAL_CFLAGS += $(HOST_RELEASE_CFLAGS)
HOST_GLOBAL_CPPFLAGS += $(HOST_RELEASE_CPPFLAGS)
TARGET_GLOBAL_CFLAGS += $(TARGET_RELEASE_CFLAGS)
TARGET_GLOBAL_CPPFLAGS += $(TARGET_RELEASE_CPPFLAGS)
# allow overriding default Java libraries on a per-target basis
ifeq ($(TARGET_DEFAULT_JAVA_LIBRARIES),)
TARGET_DEFAULT_JAVA_LIBRARIES := core core-junit ext framework framework2
endif
# define llvm tools and global flags
include $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/llvm_config.mk
# ###############################################################
# Collect a list of the SDK versions that we could compile against
# For use with the LOCAL_SDK_VERSION variable for include $(BUILD_PACKAGE)
# ###############################################################
HISTORICAL_SDK_VERSIONS_ROOT := $(TOPDIR)prebuilts/sdk
HISTORICAL_NDK_VERSIONS_ROOT := $(TOPDIR)prebuilts/ndk
# Historical SDK version N is stored in $(HISTORICAL_SDK_VERSIONS_ROOT)/N.
# The 'current' version is whatever this source tree is.
#
# sgrax is the opposite of xargs. It takes the list of args and puts them
# on each line for sort to process.
# sort -g is a numeric sort, so 1 2 3 10 instead of 1 10 2 3.
# Numerically sort a list of numbers
# $(1): the list of numbers to be sorted
define numerically_sort
$(shell function sgrax() { \
while [ -n "$$1" ] ; do echo $$1 ; shift ; done \
} ; \
( sgrax $(1) | sort -g ) )
endef
TARGET_AVAILABLE_SDK_VERSIONS := $(call numerically_sort,\
$(patsubst $(HISTORICAL_SDK_VERSIONS_ROOT)/%/android.jar,%, \
$(wildcard $(HISTORICAL_SDK_VERSIONS_ROOT)/*/android.jar)))
INTERNAL_PLATFORM_API_FILE := $(TARGET_OUT_COMMON_INTERMEDIATES)/PACKAGING/public_api.txt
# This is the standard way to name a directory containing prebuilt target
# objects. E.g., prebuilt/$(TARGET_PREBUILT_TAG)/libc.so
TARGET_PREBUILT_TAG := android-$(TARGET_ARCH)
# Set up RS prebuilt variables for compatibility library
RS_PREBUILT_CLCORE := prebuilts/sdk/renderscript/lib/$(TARGET_ARCH)/libclcore.bc
RS_PREBUILT_LIBPATH := -L prebuilts/ndk/8/platforms/android-9/arch-$(TARGET_ARCH)/usr/lib
RS_PREBUILT_COMPILER_RT := prebuilts/sdk/renderscript/lib/$(TARGET_ARCH)/libcompiler_rt.a
# Enforce SELinux policy from CM
include build/vendor/sepolicy/sepolicy.mk
# Rules for QCOM targets
include $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/qcom_target.mk
include $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/dumpvar.mk