config/android-common.mk
author Nick Alexander <nalexander@mozilla.com>
Wed, 19 Jul 2017 15:45:31 -0700
changeset 420463 23330f35f95778ef167c583ddd3e2c99e96198c2
parent 327639 8725d09652fb8c960b651acfc31496dad64425ed
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1255227 - Part 2: Bootstrap and upload android-sdk-linux.tar.xz. r=dustin,sebastian Before this patch, we used the Gradle sdk-manager-plugin to download and install Android SDKs and other dependencies. This plugin is now deprecated; the main dependency downloading functionality has been incorporated into the Android-Gradle build plugin. Unfortunately, it's been incorporated into newer versions that in turn require newer toolchains than we currently support, so we can't use the new functionality immediately. Rather than replace sdk-manager-plugin with equivalent Gradle-based functionality, this ticket uses recently added bootstrap functionality to bootstrap the Android SDK during the dependencies task. It then _uses_ that SDK to run the dependency fetching task, _produces_ an android-sdk-linux.tar.xz, and then _uploads_ the new artifact as a private artifact, ready to be pushed into tooltool. This avoids engineers building this critical part of the toolchain locally themselves, and will also feed into ongoing work to push toolchain artifacts into build jobs in Task Cluster. MozReview-Commit-ID: B6FC0ugaCef

# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.

# Ensure ANDROID_SDK is defined before including this file.
# We use common android defaults for boot class path and java version.
ifndef ANDROID_SDK
  $(error ANDROID_SDK must be defined before including android-common.mk)
endif

# DEBUG_JARSIGNER always debug signs.
DEBUG_JARSIGNER=$(PYTHON) $(abspath $(topsrcdir)/mobile/android/debug_sign_tool.py) \
  --keytool=$(KEYTOOL) \
  --jarsigner=$(JARSIGNER) \
  $(NULL)

# RELEASE_JARSIGNER release signs if possible.
ifdef MOZ_SIGN_CMD
RELEASE_JARSIGNER := $(MOZ_SIGN_CMD) -f jar
else
RELEASE_JARSIGNER := $(DEBUG_JARSIGNER)
endif

# $(1) is the full path to input:  foo-debug-unsigned-unaligned.apk.
# $(2) is the full path to output: foo.apk.
# Use this like: $(call RELEASE_SIGN_ANDROID_APK,foo-debug-unsigned-unaligned.apk,foo.apk)
#
# The |zip -d| there to handle re-signing previously signed APKs.  Gradle
# produces signed, unaligned APK files, but this expects unsigned, unaligned
# APK files.  The |zip -d| discards any existing signature, turning a signed,
# unaligned APK into an unsigned, unaligned APK.  Sadly |zip -q| doesn't
# silence a warning about "nothing to do" so we pipe to /dev/null.
RELEASE_SIGN_ANDROID_APK = \
  cp $(1) $(2)-unaligned.apk && \
  ($(ZIP) -d $(2)-unaligned.apk 'META-INF/*' > /dev/null || true) && \
  $(RELEASE_JARSIGNER) $(2)-unaligned.apk && \
  $(ZIPALIGN) -f -v 4 $(2)-unaligned.apk $(2) && \
  $(RM) $(2)-unaligned.apk

# For Android, we default to 1.7
ifndef JAVA_VERSION
  JAVA_VERSION = 1.7
endif

JAVAC_FLAGS = \
  -target $(JAVA_VERSION) \
  -source $(JAVA_VERSION) \
  -encoding UTF8 \
  -g:source,lines \
  -Werror \
  $(NULL)