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# Use bash, not whatever shell somebody has installed as /bin/sh
# This is repeated in config.mk, since envsetup.sh runs that file
# directly.
SHELL := /bin/bash
# this turns off the suffix rules built into make
.SUFFIXES:
# If a rule fails, delete $@.
.DELETE_ON_ERROR:
# Figure out where we are.
#TOP := $(dir $(word $(words $(MAKEFILE_LIST)),$(MAKEFILE_LIST)))
#TOP := $(patsubst %/,%,$(TOP))
# TOPDIR is the normal variable you should use, because
# if we are executing relative to the current directory
# it can be "", whereas TOP must be "." which causes
# pattern matching probles when make strips off the
# trailing "./" from paths in various places.
#ifeq ($(TOP),.)
#TOPDIR :=
#else
#TOPDIR := $(TOP)/
#endif
# check for broken versions of make
ifeq (0,$(shell expr $$(echo $(MAKE_VERSION) | sed "s/[^0-9\.].*//") \>= 3.81))
$(warning ********************************************************************************)
$(warning * You are using version $(MAKE_VERSION) of make.)
$(warning * You must upgrade to version 3.81 or greater.)
$(warning * see file://$(shell pwd)/docs/development-environment/machine-setup.html)
$(warning ********************************************************************************)
$(error stopping)
endif
TOP := .
TOPDIR :=
BUILD_SYSTEM := $(TOPDIR)build/core
# This is the default target. It must be the first declared target.
DEFAULT_GOAL := droid
$(DEFAULT_GOAL):
# Set up various standard variables based on configuration
# and host information.
include $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/config.mk
# This allows us to force a clean build - included after the config.make
# environment setup is done, but before we generate any dependencies. This
# file does the rm -rf inline so the deps which are all done below will
# be generated correctly
include $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/cleanbuild.mk
VERSION_CHECK_SEQUENCE_NUMBER := 1
-include $(OUT_DIR)/versions_checked.mk
ifneq ($(VERSION_CHECK_SEQUENCE_NUMBER),$(VERSIONS_CHECKED))
$(info Checking build tools versions...)
ifneq ($(HOST_OS),windows)
ifneq ($(HOST_OS)-$(HOST_ARCH),darwin-ppc)
# check for a case sensitive file system
ifneq (a,$(shell mkdir -p $(OUT_DIR) ; \
echo a > $(OUT_DIR)/casecheck.txt; \
echo B > $(OUT_DIR)/CaseCheck.txt; \
cat $(OUT_DIR)/casecheck.txt))
$(warning ************************************************************)
$(warning You are building on a case-insensitive filesystem.)
$(warning Please move your source tree to a case-sensitive filesystem.)
$(warning ************************************************************)
$(error Case-insensitive filesystems not supported)
endif
endif
endif
# Make sure that there are no spaces in the absolute path; the
# build system can't deal with them.
ifneq ($(words $(shell pwd)),1)
$(warning ************************************************************)
$(warning You are building in a directory whose absolute path contains)
$(warning a space character:)
$(warning $(space))
$(warning "$(shell pwd)")
$(warning $(space))
$(warning Please move your source tree to a path that does not contain)
$(warning any spaces.)
$(warning ************************************************************)
$(error Directory names containing spaces not supported)
endif
# The windows build server currently uses 1.6. This will be fixed.
ifneq ($(HOST_OS),windows)
# Check for the correct version of java
java_version := $(shell java -version 2>&1 | head -n 1 | grep '[ "]1\.5[\. "$$]')
ifeq ($(strip $(java_version)),)
$(info ************************************************************)
$(info You are attempting to build with the incorrect version)
$(info of java.)
$(info $(space))
$(info Your version is: $(shell java -version 2>&1 | head -n 1).)
$(info The correct version is: 1.5.)
$(info $(space))
$(info Please follow the machine setup instructions at)
$(info $(space)$(space)$(space)$(space)http://source.android.com/download)
$(info ************************************************************)
$(error stop)
endif
# Check for the correct version of javac
javac_version := $(shell javac -version 2>&1 | head -n 1 | grep '[ "]1\.5[\. "$$]')
ifeq ($(strip $(javac_version)),)
$(info ************************************************************)
$(info You are attempting to build with the incorrect version)
$(info of javac.)
$(info $(space))
$(info Your version is: $(shell javac -version 2>&1 | head -n 1).)
$(info The correct version is: 1.5.)
$(info $(space))
$(info Please follow the machine setup instructions at)
$(info $(space)$(space)$(space)$(space)http://source.android.com/download)
$(info ************************************************************)
$(error stop)
endif
endif # windows
$(shell echo 'VERSIONS_CHECKED := $(VERSION_CHECK_SEQUENCE_NUMBER)' \
> $(OUT_DIR)/versions_checked.mk)
endif
# These are the modifier targets that don't do anything themselves, but
# change the behavior of the build.
# (must be defined before including definitions.make)
INTERNAL_MODIFIER_TARGETS := showcommands checkbuild
# Bring in standard build system definitions.
include $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/definitions.mk
ifneq ($(filter eng user userdebug tests,$(MAKECMDGOALS)),)
$(info ***************************************************************)
$(info ***************************************************************)
$(info Don't pass '$(filter eng user userdebug tests,$(MAKECMDGOALS))' on \
the make command line.)
# XXX The single quote on this line fixes gvim's syntax highlighting.
# Without which, the rest of this file is impossible to read.
$(info Set TARGET_BUILD_VARIANT in buildspec.mk, or use lunch or)
$(info choosecombo.)
$(info ***************************************************************)
$(info ***************************************************************)
$(error stopping)
endif
ifneq ($(filter-out $(INTERNAL_VALID_VARIANTS),$(TARGET_BUILD_VARIANT)),)
$(info ***************************************************************)
$(info ***************************************************************)
$(info Invalid variant: $(TARGET_BUILD_VARIANT)
$(info Valid values are: $(INTERNAL_VALID_VARIANTS)
$(info ***************************************************************)
$(info ***************************************************************)
$(error stopping)
endif
###
### In this section we set up the things that are different
### between the build variants
###
is_sdk_build :=
ifneq ($(filter sdk,$(MAKECMDGOALS)),)
is_sdk_build := true
endif
ifneq ($(filter sdk_addon,$(MAKECMDGOALS)),)
is_sdk_build := true
endif
## user/userdebug ##
user_variant := $(filter userdebug user,$(TARGET_BUILD_VARIANT))
enable_target_debugging := true
ifneq (,$(user_variant))
# Target is secure in user builds.
ADDITIONAL_DEFAULT_PROPERTIES += ro.secure=1
tags_to_install := user
ifeq ($(user_variant),userdebug)
# Pick up some extra useful tools
tags_to_install += debug
else
# Disable debugging in plain user builds.
enable_target_debugging :=
endif
# TODO: Always set WITH_DEXPREOPT (for user builds) once it works on OSX.
# Also, remove the corresponding block in config/product_config.make.
ifeq ($(HOST_OS)-$(WITH_DEXPREOPT_buildbot),linux-true)
WITH_DEXPREOPT := true
endif
# Disallow mock locations by default for user builds
ADDITIONAL_DEFAULT_PROPERTIES += ro.allow.mock.location=0
else # !user_variant
# Turn on checkjni for non-user builds.
ADDITIONAL_BUILD_PROPERTIES += ro.kernel.android.checkjni=1
# Set device insecure for non-user builds.
ADDITIONAL_DEFAULT_PROPERTIES += ro.secure=0
# Allow mock locations by default for non user builds
ADDITIONAL_DEFAULT_PROPERTIES += ro.allow.mock.location=1
endif # !user_variant
ifeq (true,$(strip $(enable_target_debugging)))
# Target is more debuggable and adbd is on by default
ADDITIONAL_DEFAULT_PROPERTIES += ro.debuggable=1 persist.service.adb.enable=1
# Include the debugging/testing OTA keys in this build.
INCLUDE_TEST_OTA_KEYS := true
else # !enable_target_debugging
# Target is less debuggable and adbd is off by default
ADDITIONAL_DEFAULT_PROPERTIES += ro.debuggable=0 persist.service.adb.enable=0
endif # !enable_target_debugging
## eng ##
ifeq ($(TARGET_BUILD_VARIANT),eng)
tags_to_install := user debug eng
# Don't require the setup wizard on eng builds
ADDITIONAL_BUILD_PROPERTIES := $(filter-out ro.setupwizard.mode=%,\
$(call collapse-pairs, $(ADDITIONAL_BUILD_PROPERTIES))) \
ro.setupwizard.mode=OPTIONAL
endif
## tests ##
ifeq ($(TARGET_BUILD_VARIANT),tests)
tags_to_install := user debug eng tests
endif
## sdk ##
ifdef is_sdk_build
ifneq ($(words $(filter-out $(INTERNAL_MODIFIER_TARGETS),$(MAKECMDGOALS))),1)
$(error The 'sdk' target may not be specified with any other targets)
endif
# TODO: this should be eng I think. Since the sdk is built from the eng
# variant.
tags_to_install := user debug eng
ADDITIONAL_BUILD_PROPERTIES += xmpp.auto-presence=true
ADDITIONAL_BUILD_PROPERTIES += ro.config.nocheckin=yes
else # !sdk
endif
# build the full stagefright library
ifneq ($(strip BUILD_WITH_FULL_STAGEFRIGHT),)
BUILD_WITH_FULL_STAGEFRIGHT := true
endif
## precise GC ##
ifneq ($(filter dalvik.gc.type-precise,$(PRODUCT_TAGS)),)
# Enabling type-precise GC results in larger optimized DEX files. The
# additional storage requirements for ".odex" files can cause /system
# to overflow on some devices, so this is configured separately for
# each product.
ADDITIONAL_BUILD_PROPERTIES += dalvik.vm.dexopt-flags=m=y
endif
# Install an apns-conf.xml file if one's not already being installed.
ifeq (,$(filter %:system/etc/apns-conf.xml, $(PRODUCT_COPY_FILES)))
PRODUCT_COPY_FILES += \
development/data/etc/apns-conf_sdk.xml:system/etc/apns-conf.xml
ifeq ($(filter eng tests,$(TARGET_BUILD_VARIANT)),)
$(warning implicitly installing apns-conf_sdk.xml)
endif
endif
# If we're on an eng or tests build, but not on the sdk, and we have
# a better one, use that instead.
ifneq ($(filter eng tests,$(TARGET_BUILD_VARIANT)),)
ifndef is_sdk_build
apns_to_use := $(wildcard vendor/google/etc/apns-conf.xml)
ifneq ($(strip $(apns_to_use)),)
PRODUCT_COPY_FILES := \
$(filter-out %:system/etc/apns-conf.xml,$(PRODUCT_COPY_FILES)) \
$(strip $(apns_to_use)):system/etc/apns-conf.xml
endif
endif
endif
ADDITIONAL_BUILD_PROPERTIES += net.bt.name=Android
ADDITIONAL_BUILD_PROPERTIES += ro.config.sync=yes
# enable vm tracing in files for now to help track
# the cause of ANRs in the content process
ADDITIONAL_BUILD_PROPERTIES += dalvik.vm.stack-trace-file=/data/anr/traces.txt
# ------------------------------------------------------------
# Define a function that, given a list of module tags, returns
# non-empty if that module should be installed in /system.
# For most goals, anything not tagged with the "tests" tag should
# be installed in /system.
define should-install-to-system
$(if $(filter tests,$(1)),,true)
endef
ifdef is_sdk_build
# For the sdk goal, anything with the "samples" tag should be
# installed in /data even if that module also has "eng"/"debug"/"user".
define should-install-to-system
$(if $(filter samples tests,$(1)),,true)
endef
endif
# If they only used the modifier goals (showcommands, checkbuild), we'll actually
# build the default target.
ifeq ($(filter-out $(INTERNAL_MODIFIER_TARGETS),$(MAKECMDGOALS)),)
.PHONY: $(INTERNAL_MODIFIER_TARGETS)
$(INTERNAL_MODIFIER_TARGETS): $(DEFAULT_GOAL)
endif
# These targets are going to delete stuff, don't bother including
# the whole directory tree if that's all we're going to do
ifeq ($(MAKECMDGOALS),clean)
dont_bother := true
endif
ifeq ($(MAKECMDGOALS),clobber)
dont_bother := true
endif
ifeq ($(MAKECMDGOALS),dataclean)
dont_bother := true
endif
ifeq ($(MAKECMDGOALS),installclean)
dont_bother := true
endif
# Bring in all modules that need to be built.
ifneq ($(dont_bother),true)
ifeq ($(HOST_OS),windows)
SDK_ONLY := true
endif
ifeq ($(HOST_OS)-$(HOST_ARCH),darwin-ppc)
SDK_ONLY := true
endif
ifeq ($(SDK_ONLY),true)
subdirs := \
prebuilt \
build/libs/host \
build/tools/zipalign \
dalvik/dexdump \
dalvik/libdex \
dalvik/tools/dmtracedump \
dalvik/tools/hprof-conv \
development/tools/line_endings \
sdk/emulator/mksdcard \
sdk/sdklauncher \
development/host \
external/expat \
external/libpng \
external/qemu \
external/sqlite/dist \
external/zlib \
frameworks/base/libs/utils \
frameworks/base/tools/aapt \
frameworks/base/tools/aidl \
system/core/adb \
system/core/fastboot \
system/core/libcutils \
system/core/liblog \
system/core/libzipfile
# The following can only be built if "javac" is available.
# This check is used when building parts of the SDK under Cygwin.
ifneq (,$(shell which javac 2>/dev/null))
$(warning sdk-only: javac available.)
subdirs += \
build/tools/signapk \
dalvik/dx \
dalvik/libcore \
sdk/archquery \
sdk/androidprefs \
sdk/apkbuilder \
sdk/jarutils \
sdk/layoutlib_utils \
sdk/ninepatch \
sdk/sdkstats \
sdk/sdkmanager \
sdk/layoutopt \
development/apps \
development/tools/mkstubs \
frameworks/base/tools/layoutlib \
packages
else
$(warning sdk-only: javac not available.)
endif
# Exclude tools/acp when cross-compiling windows under linux
ifeq ($(findstring Linux,$(UNAME)),)
subdirs += build/tools/acp
endif
else # !SDK_ONLY
ifeq ($(BUILD_TINY_ANDROID), true)
# TINY_ANDROID is a super-minimal build configuration, handy for board
# bringup and very low level debugging
subdirs := \
bionic \
system/core \
build/libs \
build/target \
build/tools/acp \
build/tools/apriori \
build/tools/kcm \
build/tools/soslim \
external/elfcopy \
external/elfutils \
external/yaffs2 \
external/zlib
else # !BUILD_TINY_ANDROID
#
# Typical build; include any Android.mk files we can find.
#
subdirs := $(TOP)
FULL_BUILD := true
endif # !BUILD_TINY_ANDROID
endif # !SDK_ONLY
ifneq ($(ONE_SHOT_MAKEFILE),)
# We've probably been invoked by the "mm" shell function
# with a subdirectory's makefile.
include $(ONE_SHOT_MAKEFILE)
# Change CUSTOM_MODULES to include only modules that were
# defined by this makefile; this will install all of those
# modules as a side-effect. Do this after including ONE_SHOT_MAKEFILE
# so that the modules will be installed in the same place they
# would have been with a normal make.
CUSTOM_MODULES := $(sort $(call get-tagged-modules,$(ALL_MODULE_TAGS),))
FULL_BUILD :=
# Stub out the notice targets, which probably aren't defined
# when using ONE_SHOT_MAKEFILE.
NOTICE-HOST-%: ;
NOTICE-TARGET-%: ;
else # ONE_SHOT_MAKEFILE
#
# Include all of the makefiles in the system
#
# Can't use first-makefiles-under here because
# --mindepth=2 makes the prunes not work.
subdir_makefiles := \
$(shell build/tools/findleaves.py --prune=out --prune=.repo --prune=.git $(subdirs) Android.mk)
include $(subdir_makefiles)
endif # ONE_SHOT_MAKEFILE
# -------------------------------------------------------------------
# All module makefiles have been included at this point.
# -------------------------------------------------------------------
# -------------------------------------------------------------------
# Include any makefiles that must happen after the module makefiles
# have been included.
# TODO: have these files register themselves via a global var rather
# than hard-coding the list here.
ifdef FULL_BUILD
# Only include this during a full build, otherwise we can't be
# guaranteed that any policies were included.
-include frameworks/policies/base/PolicyConfig.mk
endif
# -------------------------------------------------------------------
# Fix up CUSTOM_MODULES to refer to installed files rather than
# just bare module names. Leave unknown modules alone in case
# they're actually full paths to a particular file.
known_custom_modules := $(filter $(ALL_MODULES),$(CUSTOM_MODULES))
unknown_custom_modules := $(filter-out $(ALL_MODULES),$(CUSTOM_MODULES))
CUSTOM_MODULES := \
$(call module-installed-files,$(known_custom_modules)) \
$(unknown_custom_modules)
# -------------------------------------------------------------------
# Define dependencies for modules that require other modules.
# This can only happen now, after we've read in all module makefiles.
#
# TODO: deal with the fact that a bare module name isn't
# unambiguous enough. Maybe declare short targets like
# APPS:Quake or HOST:SHARED_LIBRARIES:libutils.
# BUG: the system image won't know to depend on modules that are
# brought in as requirements of other modules.
define add-required-deps
$(1): $(2)
endef
$(foreach m,$(ALL_MODULES), \
$(eval r := $(ALL_MODULES.$(m).REQUIRED)) \
$(if $(r), \
$(eval r := $(call module-installed-files,$(r))) \
$(eval $(call add-required-deps,$(ALL_MODULES.$(m).INSTALLED),$(r))) \
) \
)
m :=
r :=
add-required-deps :=
# -------------------------------------------------------------------
# Figure out our module sets.
# Of the modules defined by the component makefiles,
# determine what we actually want to build.
# If a module has the "restricted" tag on it, it
# poisons the rest of the tags and shouldn't appear
# on any list.
Default_MODULES := $(sort $(ALL_DEFAULT_INSTALLED_MODULES) \
$(CUSTOM_MODULES))
# TODO: Remove the 3 places in the tree that use
# ALL_DEFAULT_INSTALLED_MODULES and get rid of it from this list.
ifdef FULL_BUILD
# The base list of modules to build for this product is specified
# by the appropriate product definition file, which was included
# by product_config.make.
user_PACKAGES := $(call module-installed-files, \
$(PRODUCTS.$(INTERNAL_PRODUCT).PRODUCT_PACKAGES))
ifeq (0,1)
$(info user packages for $(TARGET_DEVICE) ($(INTERNAL_PRODUCT)):)
$(foreach p,$(user_PACKAGES),$(info : $(p)))
$(error done)
endif
else
# We're not doing a full build, and are probably only including
# a subset of the module makefiles. Don't try to build any modules
# requested by the product, because we probably won't have rules
# to build them.
user_PACKAGES :=
endif
# Use tags to get the non-APPS user modules. Use the product
# definition files to get the APPS user modules.
user_MODULES := $(sort $(call get-tagged-modules,user,_class@APPS restricted))
user_MODULES := $(user_MODULES) $(user_PACKAGES)
eng_MODULES := $(sort $(call get-tagged-modules,eng,restricted))
debug_MODULES := $(sort $(call get-tagged-modules,debug,restricted))
tests_MODULES := $(sort $(call get-tagged-modules,tests,restricted))
ifeq ($(strip $(tags_to_install)),)
$(error ASSERTION FAILED: tags_to_install should not be empty)
endif
modules_to_install := $(sort $(Default_MODULES) \
$(foreach tag,$(tags_to_install),$($(tag)_MODULES)))
# Some packages may override others using LOCAL_OVERRIDES_PACKAGES.
# Filter out (do not install) any overridden packages.
overridden_packages := $(call get-package-overrides,$(modules_to_install))
ifdef overridden_packages
# old_modules_to_install := $(modules_to_install)
modules_to_install := \
$(filter-out $(foreach p,$(overridden_packages),$(p) %/$(p).apk), \
$(modules_to_install))
endif
#$(error filtered out
# $(filter-out $(modules_to_install),$(old_modules_to_install)))
# Don't include any GNU targets in the SDK. It's ok (and necessary)
# to build the host tools, but nothing that's going to be installed
# on the target (including static libraries).
ifdef is_sdk_build
target_gnu_MODULES := \
$(filter \
$(TARGET_OUT_INTERMEDIATES)/% \
$(TARGET_OUT)/% \
$(TARGET_OUT_DATA)/%, \
$(sort $(call get-tagged-modules,gnu)))
$(info Removing from sdk:)$(foreach d,$(target_gnu_MODULES),$(info : $(d)))
modules_to_install := \
$(filter-out $(target_gnu_MODULES),$(modules_to_install))
endif
# build/core/Makefile contains extra stuff that we don't want to pollute this
# top-level makefile with. It expects that ALL_DEFAULT_INSTALLED_MODULES
# contains everything that's built during the current make, but it also further
# extends ALL_DEFAULT_INSTALLED_MODULES.
ALL_DEFAULT_INSTALLED_MODULES := $(modules_to_install)
include $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/Makefile
modules_to_install := $(sort $(ALL_DEFAULT_INSTALLED_MODULES))
ALL_DEFAULT_INSTALLED_MODULES :=
endif # dont_bother
# These are additional goals that we build, in order to make sure that there
# is as little code as possible in the tree that doesn't build.
modules_to_check := $(foreach m,$(ALL_MODULES),$(ALL_MODULES.$(m).CHECKED))
# If you would like to build all goals, and not skip any intermediate
# steps, you can pass the "all" modifier goal on the commandline.
ifneq ($(filter all,$(MAKECMDGOALS)),)
modules_to_check += $(foreach m,$(ALL_MODULES),$(ALL_MODULES.$(m).BUILT))
endif
# for easier debugging
modules_to_check := $(sort $(modules_to_check))
#$(error modules_to_check $(modules_to_check))
# -------------------------------------------------------------------
# This is used to to get the ordering right, you can also use these,
# but they're considered undocumented, so don't complain if their
# behavior changes.
.PHONY: prebuilt
prebuilt: $(ALL_PREBUILT)
# An internal target that depends on all copied headers
# (see copy_headers.make). Other targets that need the
# headers to be copied first can depend on this target.
.PHONY: all_copied_headers
all_copied_headers: ;
$(ALL_C_CPP_ETC_OBJECTS): | all_copied_headers
# All the droid stuff, in directories
.PHONY: files
files: prebuilt \
$(modules_to_install) \
$(modules_to_check) \
$(INSTALLED_ANDROID_INFO_TXT_TARGET)
# -------------------------------------------------------------------
.PHONY: checkbuild
checkbuild: $(modules_to_check)
.PHONY: ramdisk
ramdisk: $(INSTALLED_RAMDISK_TARGET)
.PHONY: systemtarball
systemtarball: $(INSTALLED_SYSTEMTARBALL_TARGET)
.PHONY: userdataimage
userdataimage: $(INSTALLED_USERDATAIMAGE_TARGET)
.PHONY: userdatatarball
userdatatarball: $(INSTALLED_USERDATATARBALL_TARGET)
.PHONY: bootimage
bootimage: $(INSTALLED_BOOTIMAGE_TARGET)
ifeq ($(BUILD_TINY_ANDROID), true)
INSTALLED_RECOVERYIMAGE_TARGET :=
endif
# Build files and then package it into the rom formats
.PHONY: droidcore
droidcore: files \
systemimage \
$(INSTALLED_BOOTIMAGE_TARGET) \
$(INSTALLED_RECOVERYIMAGE_TARGET) \
$(INSTALLED_USERDATAIMAGE_TARGET) \
$(INSTALLED_FILES_FILE)
# The actual files built by the droidcore target changes depending
# on the build variant.
.PHONY: droid tests
droid tests: droidcore
$(call dist-for-goals, droid, \
$(INTERNAL_UPDATE_PACKAGE_TARGET) \
$(INTERNAL_OTA_PACKAGE_TARGET) \
$(SYMBOLS_ZIP) \
$(APPS_ZIP) \
$(INTERNAL_EMULATOR_PACKAGE_TARGET) \
$(PACKAGE_STATS_FILE) \
$(INSTALLED_FILES_FILE) \
$(INSTALLED_BUILD_PROP_TARGET) \
$(BUILT_TARGET_FILES_PACKAGE) \
)
# Tests are installed in userdata.img. If we're building the tests
# variant, copy it for "make tests dist". Also copy a zip of the
# contents of userdata.img, so that people can easily extract a
# single .apk.
ifeq ($(TARGET_BUILD_VARIANT),tests)
$(call dist-for-goals, droid, \
$(INSTALLED_USERDATAIMAGE_TARGET) \
$(BUILT_TESTS_ZIP_PACKAGE) \
)
endif
.PHONY: docs
docs: $(ALL_DOCS)
.PHONY: sdk
ALL_SDK_TARGETS := $(INTERNAL_SDK_TARGET)
sdk: $(ALL_SDK_TARGETS)
$(call dist-for-goals,sdk,$(ALL_SDK_TARGETS))
.PHONY: findbugs
findbugs: $(INTERNAL_FINDBUGS_HTML_TARGET) $(INTERNAL_FINDBUGS_XML_TARGET)
.PHONY: clean
dirs_to_clean := \
$(PRODUCT_OUT) \
$(TARGET_COMMON_OUT_ROOT) \
$(HOST_OUT) \
$(HOST_COMMON_OUT_ROOT)
clean:
@for dir in $(dirs_to_clean) ; do \
echo "Cleaning $$dir..."; \
rm -rf $$dir; \
done
@echo "Clean."; \
.PHONY: clobber
clobber:
@rm -rf $(OUT_DIR)
@echo "Entire build directory removed."
# The rules for dataclean and installclean are defined in cleanbuild.mk.
#xxx scrape this from ALL_MODULE_NAME_TAGS
.PHONY: modules
modules:
@echo "Available sub-modules:"
@echo "$(call module-names-for-tag-list,$(ALL_MODULE_TAGS))" | \
sed -e 's/ */\n/g' | sort -u | $(COLUMN)
.PHONY: showcommands
showcommands:
@echo >/dev/null