|tagger||The Android Open Source Project <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Feb 10 15:24:25 2022 -0800|
Android T Preview 1
|author||Sam Lin <email@example.com>||Wed Aug 04 23:38:40 2021 +0000|
|committer||Automerger Merge Worker <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Aug 04 23:38:40 2021 +0000|
Prototype app bundle release update & test am: 29e43ec7a6 am: 2d31dd9171 Original change: https://android-review.googlesource.com/c/platform/tools/aadevtools/+/1778873 Change-Id: Iac400932c72643eed91a520a10d3eae7eeb69968
AADevT contains tools for AA device developers to improve their productivity.
Fully unbundle from Android versions, and use the AOSP trunk based development model.
Bridge the app ecosystem for Android Automotive OS because device developers are the key producers for the core apps.
Leverage Android app developer tools that a few million developers use.
This contains tools designed specifically to simplify the AA device development workflows.
change_report.py creates a diff statistic CSV file from 2 versions of a codebase. This is useful when the git commit history is somehow not obtainable. What you need is to get 2 versions of a codebase downloaded on your disk first.
python3 change_report.py --old_dir ~/android/android11-qpr1-release \ --new_dir ~/android/android11-qpr2-release \ --csv_file ~/change_reports/change_report_android11-qpr1-release_android11-qpr2-release.csv
sysui_oem_diff.sh generates a summary of code changes between 2 revisions. Which gives you a rough idea of changes on files and Lines of Code.
./sysui_oem_diff.sh ~/Android/android11-release remotes/aosp/android10-qpr3-release remotes/aosp/android11-release > sysui_gcar_android10-qpr3-release_android11-release.txt
AAOS system performance turning is hard. Here are the tools to make it a bit easier for the device developers.