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# Quick semi-auto file to build Windows SDK tools.
# Limitations:
# - Expects the emulator has been built first, will pick it up from prebuilt.
# - Run in Cygwin
# - Needs Cygwin package zip
# - Expects to have one of the existing SDK (Darwin or Linux) to build the Windows one
set -e # Fail this script as soon as a command fails -- fail early, fail fast
# Set to 1 to force removal of old unzipped SDK. Only disable for debugging, as it
# will make some rm/mv commands to fail.
function die() {
echo "Error:" $*
echo "Aborting"
exit 1
function check() {
[ -f "$SDK_ZIP" ] || die "Pass the path of an existing Linux/Darwin SDK .zip as first parameter"
[ -d "$DIST_DIR" ] || die "Pass the output directory as second parameter"
# Use the BUILD_ID as SDK_NUMBER if defined, otherwise try to get it from the
# provided zip filename.
if [ -f config/build_id.make ]; then
BUILD_ID=`cat config/build_id.make | sed -n '/BUILD_ID=/s/^[^=]\+=\(.*\)$/\1/p'`
if [ -z "$SDK_NUMBER" ]; then
# Look for a pattern like "anything_sdknumber.extension"
# The pattern is now "any-thing_sdknumber_anything-else.extension"
# The bottom line is that the SDK number is whatever is enclosed by
# the LAST couple of underscores. You can have underscores *before* the
# SDK number if you want, but not after, e.g these are valid:
# or
# SDK_NUMBER will be empty if nothing matched.
filename=`basename "$SDK_ZIP"`
SDK_NUMBER=`echo $filename | sed -n 's/^.*_\([^_./]\+\)_[^_.]*\..*$/\1/p'`
[ -n "$SDK_NUMBER" ] || die "Failed to extract the SDK number from $SDK_ZIP. Check its format."
[ $OSTYPE == "cygwin" ] || die "This expects to run under Cygwin"
[ -e `which zip` ] || die "Please install 'zip' package in Cygwin"
[ -f "build/" ] || die "Please run this from the 'android' directory"
echo "Using SDK ${SDK_NUMBER}"
function build() {
echo "Building..."
[ -n "$MAKE_OPT" ] && echo "Make options: $MAKE_OPT"
. build/
make -j 4 emulator || die "Build failed"
# Disable parallel build: it generates "permission denied" issues when
# multiple "ar.exe" are running in parallel.
make prebuilt adb fastboot aidl aapt dexdump dmtracedump hprof-conv mksdcard sqlite3 \
|| die "Build failed"
function package() {
echo "Packaging..."
# Unzip current linux/mac SDK and rename using the windows name
if [[ -n "$FORCE" || ! -d "$DEST" ]]; then
[ -e "$DEST" ] && rm -rfv "$DEST" # cleanup dest first if exists
UNZIPPED=`basename "$SDK_ZIP"`
[ -e "$UNZIPPED" ] && rm -rfv "$UNZIPPED" # cleanup unzip dir (if exists)
unzip "$SDK_ZIP" -d "$DIST_DIR"
mv -v "$UNZIPPED" "$DEST"
# Assert that the package contains only one platform
echo "Platform found: " $THE_PLATFORM
[[ -d "$THE_PLATFORM" ]] || die \
"Error: One platform was expected in $SDK_ZIP. " \
"Instead found " $THE_PLATFORM
[[ -d "$PLATFORM_TOOLS" ]] || die "Missing folder $PLATFORM_TOOLS."
# USB Driver for ADB
mkdir -pv $DEST/usb_driver/x86
cp -rv development/host/windows/prebuilt/usb/driver/* $DEST/usb_driver/x86/
mkdir -pv $DEST/usb_driver/amd64
cp -rv development/host/windows/prebuilt/usb/driver_amd_64/* $DEST/usb_driver/amd64/
# Remove obsolete stuff from tools & platform
rm -v "$TOOLS"/{adb,emulator,traceview,draw9patch,hierarchyviewer,apkbuilder,ddms,dmtracedump,hprof-conv,mksdcard,sqlite3,android}
rm -v --force "$LIB"/*.so "$LIB"/*.jnilib
rm -v "$PLATFORM_TOOLS"/{aapt,aidl,dx,dexdump}
# Copy all the new stuff in tools
# Note: some tools are first copied here and then moved in platforms/<name>/tools/
cp -v out/host/windows-x86/bin/*.{exe,dll} "$TOOLS"
cp -v prebuilt/windows/swt/*.{jar,dll} "$LIB"
# If you want the emulator NOTICE in the tools dir, uncomment the following line:
# cp -v external/qemu/NOTICE "$TOOLS"/emulator_NOTICE.txt
# We currently need libz from MinGW for aapt
cp -v /cygdrive/c/cygwin/bin/mgwz.dll "$TOOLS"
# Update a bunch of bat files
cp -v development/tools/apkbuilder/etc/apkbuilder.bat "$TOOLS"
cp -v development/tools/ddms/app/etc/ddms.bat "$TOOLS"
cp -v development/tools/traceview/etc/traceview.bat "$TOOLS"
cp -v development/tools/hierarchyviewer/etc/hierarchyviewer.bat "$TOOLS"
cp -v development/tools/draw9patch/etc/draw9patch.bat "$TOOLS"
cp -v development/tools/sdkmanager/app/etc/android.bat "$TOOLS"
# Put the JetCreator tools (not available in the linux SDK)
# need to rm these folders since a Mac SDK will have them and it would create a conflict
rm -rfv "$JETCREATOR"
rm -rfv "$JETDOC"
# now create fresh folders for JetCreator
mkdir "$JETDOC"
cp -v external/sonivox/jet_tools/JetCreator "$JETCREATOR"
cp -v prebuilt/windows/jetcreator/EASDLL.dll "$JETCREATOR"
cp -v external/sonivox/docs/JET_Authoring_Guidelines.html "$JETDOC"
cp -rv external/sonivox/docs/JET_Authoring_Guidelines_files/* docs/JetCreator/JET_Authoring_Guidelines_files
cp -v external/sonivox/docs/JET_Creator_User_Manual.html "$JETDOC"
cp -rv external/sonivox/docs/JET_Creator_User_Manual_files/* docs/JetCreator/JET_Creator_User_Manual_files
# Copy or move platform specific tools to the default platform.
cp -v dalvik/dx/etc/dx.bat "$PLATFORM_TOOLS"
# Note: mgwz.dll must be in same folder than aapt.exe
mv -v "$TOOLS"/{aapt.exe,aidl.exe,dexdump.exe,mgwz.dll} "$PLATFORM_TOOLS"
# Fix EOL chars to make window users happy - fix all files at the top level only
# as well as all batch files including those in platforms/<name>/tools/
find "$DIST_DIR" -maxdepth 1 -type f -writable -print0 | xargs -0 unix2dos -D
find "$DIST_DIR" -maxdepth 3 -name "*.bat" -type f -writable -print0 | xargs -0 unix2dos -D
# Done.. Zip it
pushd "$DIST_DIR" > /dev/null
[ -e "$DEST_NAME_ZIP" ] && rm -rfv "$DEST_NAME_ZIP"
zip -9r "$DEST_NAME_ZIP" "$DEST_NAME" && rm -rfv "$DEST_NAME"
popd > /dev/null
echo "Done"
echo "Resulting SDK is in $DIST_DIR/$DEST_NAME_ZIP"
# We want fastboot and adb next to the new SDK
for i in fastboot.exe adb.exe AdbWinApi.dll; do
mv -vf out/host/windows-x86/bin/$i "$DIST_DIR"/$i
echo "Done"