1. 18 Mar, 2020 20 commits
  2. 16 Mar, 2020 3 commits
  3. 15 Mar, 2020 3 commits
    • Lauren Kelly's avatar
      alcatel-pop7lte: new device (Alcatel OneTouch Pop 7S) (!1072) · 16e73360
      Lauren Kelly authored
      This commit adds support for the Alcatel OneTouch Pop 7S (pop7lte),
      a 2014 MSM8226-based tablet, using manufacturer's downstream kernel.
      
      Currently working: display, USB networking, Weston
      
      Firmware is packaged for WiFi and audio but the downstream kernel tree
      doesn't seem to include drivers for the qcom wlan chip, only wcnss.
      
      Additionally, audio mixer config is missing as I haven't been able to
      find it in the stock Android 4.2.x ROM's filesystem yet.
      
      Please note that this commit adds support *only* for model P330X,
      which is not to be confused with similarly-named incompatible devices,
      the Pop 7 (also 2014 w/ MT8312) and the Pop 7 LTE (2016 w/ MSM8909).
      Signed-off-by: Lauren Kelly's avatarLauren Kelly <[email protected]>
      16e73360
    • Minecrell's avatar
      CI: skip all dot folders for now (!1068) · 796f2d09
      Minecrell authored
      At the moment we assume that all files except in /.* belong to
      a package. Now that .shared-patches was moved to device/.shared-patches
      that does not work correctly anymore.
      
      This method should really check to which package the files belong
      (e.g. walk up directories until it finds an APKBUILD) instead of
      assuming they are directly in the same directory as the APKBUILD.
      
      For now just ignore **/.* (i.e. all files in dot folders),
      to unblock the MR since it's a critical fix.
      796f2d09
    • Minecrell's avatar
      device: move .shared-patches to device/.shared-patches (!1068) · 83d1f271
      Minecrell authored
      All the downstream kernels reference ../../.shared-patches in their
      symlinks. Now that we have moved device ports to device/testing/*,
      those symlinks are no longer working.
      
      Changing the path would require fixing all downstream packages *and*
      a new pmbootstrap release. Overall it seems easier to move the
      .shared-patches folder to device/.shared-patches.
      
      Since it is only relevant for downstream kernel packages in device/
      that might be a better place in general.
      83d1f271
  4. 14 Mar, 2020 14 commits