Yes … That’s why the original patch has a remove entry also.
There was no “platform/frameworks” line befor…
What do you mean?
ah well. i was looking at the one you explaned earlyer… There its one line for the nexus-5-l.
ok added this line on top.
< remove-project name=“platform/frameworks/native”/ >
< project name=“platform/frameworks/native” path=“frameworks/native” remote=“b2g” revision=“77c23f8067bca84476f96d663efaae636817edd5”/ >
~/B2G$ ./repo sync frameworks/native Fetching project platform/frameworks/native fatal: remote error: mozilla-b2g/platform/frameworks/native is not a valid repository name
I can see a folder named platform_frameworks_native in the git mozilla-b2g. Is it writen false or howcome it fails?
ah. i found it. The revision was not as in the git. Now i took the full base-l-aosp from git…
Then ./repo sync --force-sync frameworks/native because normal sync didn’t work.
Im now building new.
It’s building much longer now (doubbled in Time) but it still fails.
This are the last two senctences:
make: *** [out/target/product/FP2/obj/SHARED_LIBRARIES/hwcomposer.msm8974_intermediates/LINKED/hwcomposer.msm8974.so] Error 1 make: write error
Please compress logs when sharing them … 33MB log is not very fun to download over a mobile connection in a high speed train
That’s your device problem:
hardware/qcom/display/libhwcomposer/hwc_utils.cpp:2119: error: undefined reference to 'eglGpuPerfHintQCOM’
hardware/qcom/display/libhwcomposer/hwc_utils.cpp:2094: error: undefined reference to 'eglGpuPerfHintQCOM’
hardware/qcom/display/libhwcomposer/hwc_utils.cpp:2106: error: undefined reference to 'eglGpuPerfHintQCOM’
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [out/target/product/FP2/obj/SHARED_LIBRARIES/hwcomposer.msm8974_intermediates/LINKED/hwcomposer.msm8974.so] Error 1
ok. here with 1.1M: https://www.dropbox.com/s/wlzd7fxn4r4sb76/160705_4_build.log.zip?dl=0
I don’t have a fairphone and I don’t have time to work on this right now.
ok. Thank you!
On my Sony AOSP tree, eglGpuPerfHintQCOM is only referenced on msm8226 and msm8084 devices
where did you look this up?
Seeing https://github.com/bq-rk3066/android_frameworks_native_DEPRECATED/commit/f88fe15e9672ed06fe9639dc991e58ba49f42586 makes me wondering about the frameworks/native modification. You should try to using the branch that you were using and just cherry-pick the c++11 atomic fixes from thomas’ on top of that.
Just |cd frameworks/native| then |git checkout | with being the branch or the commit previously referenced in your fairphone2.xml, then just |git checkout -b fp2_c++11| and |git cherry-pick e92af361af5155574c3f05b9544aef194b760aa0|. It seems that should be |LA.BF.1.1.1_rb1.18|.
ok. Thanks a lot.
I did that and had to choos between git commit or git reset after the git cherry-pick xy… command so i did a git reset and started the build new… it will take around 2h. We will see…
Choosing between reset and commit? I’m not sure what you did. Just make sure the change is there, otherwise you are just wasting your time
You are right. It Failed again and i checked the file and the changes aren’t there…
what i did is below and you:
novski@novski-B2G-fresh:~/B2G$ cd frameworks/native novski@novski-B2G-fresh:~/B2G/frameworks/native$ git checkout fatal: Unable to create '/home/novski/B2G/frameworks/native/.git/index.lock': Permission denied novski@novski-B2G-fresh:~/B2G/frameworks/native$ sudo git checkout [sudo] password for novski: novski@novski-B2G-fresh:~/B2G/frameworks/native$ sudo git checkout -b fp2_c++11 fatal: A branch named 'fp2_c++11' already exists. novski@novski-B2G-fresh:~/B2G/frameworks/native$ sudo git cherry-pick e92af361af5155574c3f05b9544aef194b760aa0 On branch fp2_c++11 You are currently cherry-picking commit e92af36. nothing to commit, working directory clean The previous cherry-pick is now empty, possibly due to conflict resolution. If you wish to commit it anyway, use: git commit --allow-empty Otherwise, please use 'git reset'
so I used git reset and build and it failed.
Then i manualy changed the code of eglApi.cpp and egl_entries.in to the linked git diff. My file is slightly different so i didn’t changed the full code. I just changed the lines i had to. 165/6 and 1553-1591.
That did it!
I now have a working B2G FP2 Device.
next step i will do blobfree…
@lissyx - Thank you Million times!
Im gathering the information needed to update the FP2 build thread and im not shure if i still need to checkout this mercurial stuf: hg clone https://hg.mozilla.org/projects/pine/ pine.
Isn’t that now in B2G repo from github?
I did this befor m-c pine build:
hg clone https://hg.mozilla.org/projects/pine/ pine
No, you still need pine. Make sure you have an uptodate version of it: |hg pull && hg up -C|
Also, you probably made a mistake because you should not ever use |git| with sudo