Prepare Busybox Integration Presentation for Connect and Android Builders Summit

Registered by Zach Pfeffer on 2012-01-09

Bero has submitted:

Title: Integrating projects using their own build system into the Android build system

Abstract: Android uses its own build system - basically a set of "Android.mk" Makefiles that rely on variables and functions defined in Makefiles in the Android tree. While it is easy to write an Android.mk file for a new project, sometimes it is preferable to reuse an existing build system for cross-platform code you want to integrate into an Android build. This session will explain how to do this, with examples of how we integrated ffmpeg and busybox into Linaro's Android builds.

Biography: Bernhard "Bero" Rosenkränzer is an engineer on Linaro's Android Platform team, and a contributor to Open Source projects ranging from the Linux kernel to the KDE desktop.

Botao will do slides relating to Busybox and maybe Speex integration and Bero will do something TBD.

Blueprint information

Status:
Complete
Approver:
Zach Pfeffer
Priority:
Medium
Drafter:
Botao Sun
Direction:
Needs approval
Assignee:
Botao Sun
Definition:
Approved
Series goal:
Accepted for future
Implementation:
Implemented
Milestone target:
milestone icon 12.02
Started by
Botao Sun on 2012-01-23
Completed by
Tony Mansson on 2012-02-21

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Roadmap id: ANDROID2011-DEVTOOLS-1

Headline:
Busybox Integration Presentation has been done.

Acceptance:
The Busybox Integration Presentation is available.

[botao, 28th January 2012]: The draft version of this presentation has been sent to Bero for review.

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Work Items

Work items:
Collect the materials of my past busybox integration task: DONE
Summarise the experience then start to write the presentation: DONE
Finish the presentation then sent to Bero for review: DONE
Merge the change from Bero (if any), then freeze to the final presentation: DONE
Show the slides on Android Builder Summit: DONE

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