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#
# Copyright (C) 2008 The Android Open Source Project
#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
# you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
# You may obtain a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
# WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
# See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
# limitations under the License.
#
#
# Handle various build version information.
#
# Guarantees that the following are defined:
# PLATFORM_VERSION
# PLATFORM_SDK_VERSION
# PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME
# DEFAULT_APP_TARGET_SDK
# BUILD_ID
# BUILD_NUMBER
# BUILD_DATETIME
# PLATFORM_SECURITY_PATCH
#
# Look for an optional file containing overrides of the defaults,
# but don't cry if we don't find it. We could just use -include, but
# the build.prop target also wants INTERNAL_BUILD_ID_MAKEFILE to be set
# if the file exists.
#
INTERNAL_BUILD_ID_MAKEFILE := $(wildcard $(BUILD_SYSTEM)/build_id.mk)
ifdef INTERNAL_BUILD_ID_MAKEFILE
include $(INTERNAL_BUILD_ID_MAKEFILE)
endif
DEFAULT_PLATFORM_VERSION := OPR1
MIN_PLATFORM_VERSION := OPR1
MAX_PLATFORM_VERSION := OPR1
ALLOWED_VERSIONS := $(call allowed-platform-versions,\
$(MIN_PLATFORM_VERSION),\
$(MAX_PLATFORM_VERSION),\
$(DEFAULT_PLATFORM_VERSION))
ifndef TARGET_PLATFORM_VERSION
TARGET_PLATFORM_VERSION := $(DEFAULT_PLATFORM_VERSION)
endif
ifeq (,$(filter $(ALLOWED_VERSIONS), $(TARGET_PLATFORM_VERSION)))
$(warning Invalid TARGET_PLATFORM_VERSION '$(TARGET_PLATFORM_VERSION)', must be one of)
$(error $(ALLOWED_VERSIONS))
endif
# Default versions for each TARGET_PLATFORM_VERSION
# TODO: PLATFORM_VERSION, PLATFORM_SDK_VERSION, etc. should be conditional
# on this
# This is the canonical definition of the platform version,
# which is the version that we reveal to the end user.
# Update this value when the platform version changes (rather
# than overriding it somewhere else). Can be an arbitrary string.
# When you add a new PLATFORM_VERSION which will result in a new
# PLATFORM_SDK_VERSION please ensure you add a corresponding isAtLeast*
# method in the following java file:
# frameworks/support/compat/gingerbread/android/support/v4/os/BuildCompat.java
# When you change PLATFORM_VERSION for a given PLATFORM_SDK_VERSION
# please add that PLATFORM_VERSION to the following text file:
# cts/tests/tests/os/assets/platform_versions.txt
PLATFORM_VERSION.OPR1 := 8.0.0
# This is the current development code-name, if the build is not a final
# release build. If this is a final release build, it is simply "REL".
PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME.OPR1 := REL
ifndef PLATFORM_VERSION
PLATFORM_VERSION := $(PLATFORM_VERSION.$(TARGET_PLATFORM_VERSION))
ifndef PLATFORM_VERSION
# PLATFORM_VERSION falls back to TARGET_PLATFORM_VERSION
PLATFORM_VERSION := $(TARGET_PLATFORM_VERSION)
endif
endif
ifndef PLATFORM_SDK_VERSION
# This is the canonical definition of the SDK version, which defines
# the set of APIs and functionality available in the platform. It
# is a single integer that increases monotonically as updates to
# the SDK are released. It should only be incremented when the APIs for
# the new release are frozen (so that developers don't write apps against
# intermediate builds). During development, this number remains at the
# SDK version the branch is based on and PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME holds
# the code-name of the new development work.
# When you change PLATFORM_SDK_VERSION please ensure you also update the
# corresponding methods for isAtLeast* in the following java file:
# frameworks/support/compat/gingerbread/android/support/v4/os/BuildCompat.java
# When you increment the PLATFORM_SDK_VERSION please ensure you also
# clear out the following text file of all older PLATFORM_VERSION's:
# cts/tests/tests/os/assets/platform_versions.txt
PLATFORM_SDK_VERSION := 26
endif
ifndef PLATFORM_JACK_MIN_SDK_VERSION
# This is definition of the min SDK version given to Jack for the current
# platform. For released version it should be the same as
# PLATFORM_SDK_VERSION. During development, this number may be incremented
# before PLATFORM_SDK_VERSION if the platform starts to add new java
# language supports.
PLATFORM_JACK_MIN_SDK_VERSION := o-b1
endif
ifndef PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME
PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME := $(PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME.$(TARGET_PLATFORM_VERSION))
ifndef PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME
# PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME falls back to TARGET_PLATFORM_VERSION
PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME := $(TARGET_PLATFORM_VERSION)
endif
# This is all of the development codenames that are active. Should be either
# the same as PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME or a comma-separated list of additional
# codenames after PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME.
PLATFORM_VERSION_ALL_CODENAMES := $(PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME)
endif
ifeq (REL,$(PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME))
PLATFORM_PREVIEW_SDK_VERSION := 0
else
ifndef PLATFORM_PREVIEW_SDK_VERSION
# This is the definition of a preview SDK version over and above the current
# platform SDK version. Unlike the platform SDK version, a higher value
# for preview SDK version does NOT mean that all prior preview APIs are
# included. Packages reading this value to determine compatibility with
# known APIs should check that this value is precisely equal to the preview
# SDK version the package was built for, otherwise it should fall back to
# assuming the device can only support APIs as of the previous official
# public release.
# This value will always be 0 for release builds.
PLATFORM_PREVIEW_SDK_VERSION := 0
endif
endif
ifndef DEFAULT_APP_TARGET_SDK
# This is the default minSdkVersion and targetSdkVersion to use for
# all .apks created by the build system. It can be overridden by explicitly
# setting these in the .apk's AndroidManifest.xml. It is either the code
# name of the development build or, if this is a release build, the official
# SDK version of this release.
ifeq (REL,$(PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME))
DEFAULT_APP_TARGET_SDK := $(PLATFORM_SDK_VERSION)
else
DEFAULT_APP_TARGET_SDK := $(PLATFORM_VERSION_CODENAME)
endif
endif
ifndef PLATFORM_SECURITY_PATCH
# Used to indicate the security patch that has been applied to the device.
# It must signify that the build includes all security patches issued up through the designated Android Public Security Bulletin.
# It must be of the form "YYYY-MM-DD" on production devices.
# It must match one of the Android Security Patch Level strings of the Public Security Bulletins.
# If there is no $PLATFORM_SECURITY_PATCH set, keep it empty.
PLATFORM_SECURITY_PATCH := 2017-10-01
endif
ifndef PLATFORM_BASE_OS
# Used to indicate the base os applied to the device.
# Can be an arbitrary string, but must be a single word.
#
# If there is no $PLATFORM_BASE_OS set, keep it empty.
PLATFORM_BASE_OS :=
endif
ifndef BUILD_ID
# Used to signify special builds. E.g., branches and/or releases,
# like "M5-RC7". Can be an arbitrary string, but must be a single
# word and a valid file name.
#
# If there is no BUILD_ID set, make it obvious.
BUILD_ID := UNKNOWN
endif
ifndef BUILD_DATETIME
# Used to reproduce builds by setting the same time. Must be the number
# of seconds since the Epoch.
BUILD_DATETIME := $(shell date +%s)
endif
ifneq (,$(findstring Darwin,$(shell uname -sm)))
DATE := date -r $(BUILD_DATETIME)
else
DATE := date -d @$(BUILD_DATETIME)
endif
ifndef BUILD_NUMBER
# BUILD_NUMBER should be set to the source control value that
# represents the current state of the source code. E.g., a
# perforce changelist number or a git hash. Can be an arbitrary string
# (to allow for source control that uses something other than numbers),
# but must be a single word and a valid file name.
#
# If no BUILD_NUMBER is set, create a useful "I am an engineering build
# from this date/time" value. Make it start with a non-digit so that
# anyone trying to parse it as an integer will probably get "0".
BUILD_NUMBER := eng.$(shell echo $${USER:0:6}).$(shell $(DATE) +%Y%m%d.%H%M%S)
endif