1. 20 Dec, 2017 1 commit
  2. 05 Apr, 2016 1 commit
  3. 09 Mar, 2016 1 commit
  4. 13 Dec, 2013 1 commit
    • digit@chromium.org's avatar
      Misc Android-related fixes. · ba1f54c0
      digit@chromium.org authored
      - src/common/android/testing/mkdtemp.h:
        Fixes a compilation error when using the (recent) NDK r9b,
        see comments in the source file for details.
      
      - android/test-driver, Makefile.am, Makefile.in:
        Autotools 1.12 changed the way tests are run during "make check"
        so add a new "custom test driver" to run tests on Android, and
        modify Makefile.am / Makefile.in accordingly. Otherwise,
        'make check' tried to run the tests on the host.
      
      - android/test-shell.sh:
        Allow several tests to run in parallel on the device, by
        creating a custom test directory for each test process.
        This allows running "make check -j8" reliably.
      
      - src/common/linux/file_id_unittest.cc:
        Disable the SelfStrip test on Android, since it assumes a 'strip'
        executable is available on the target system where the test runs.
      
      BUG=NONE
      R=mark@chromium.org, ted.mielczarek@gmail.com
      TEST=android/run-checks.sh --ndk-dir=/path/to/android-ndk-r9b
      
      Review URL: https://breakpad.appspot.com/904003
      
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  5. 25 Sep, 2013 1 commit
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      Fix the Android/MIPS build. · 5bce3b4d
      digit@chromium.org authored
      This patch fixes the build for Android on MIPS when
      using the latest official Android NDK (r9):
      
      - Update src/common/android/include/elf.h to add a missing
        definition for SHT_MIPS_DWARF.
      
      - Add src/common/android/include/sgidefs.h required by LSS
        when compiling for MIPS.
      
      - Update android/run-checks.sh to work properly with
        the --abi=mips option. All tests were passed succesfully
        with an emulator system image running Android 4.2.
      
      - Update other Android-specific files.
      
      R=Petar.Jovanovic@imgtec.com, mark@chromium.org
      
      Review URL: https://breakpad.appspot.com/633002
      
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  6. 09 Oct, 2012 1 commit
    • digit@chromium.org's avatar
      Fix the Android unit tests. · b52be69e
      digit@chromium.org authored
      - One of the unit test binaries refused to link due to
        missing linker flags.
      
      - The WriteDSODebug() function now works on Android, so
        do not special-case it anymore.
      
      - Ensure android/run-checks.sh will complain properly if
        the client unit test suite fails on Android. It used to
        consider that such failures were acceptable. Note that
        it still considers failures when running the tools and
        processor test suite on the device normal (fixing this
        is a lot harder, and these parts of Breakpad typically
        never run on a device, but on the host).
      Review URL: https://breakpad.appspot.com/482002
      
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  7. 19 Sep, 2012 1 commit
  8. 31 Aug, 2012 2 commits
    • digit@chromium.org's avatar
      Add custom getcontext() implementation for Android. · 7e3c538a
      digit@chromium.org authored
      This adds a minimalistic implementation of getcontext()
      for Android/ARM and Android/x86. The provided code is
      in assembly and only implements the bare minimum required
      by Breakpad to get the current processor state.
      
      Note that:
      
      - The FPU state is not saved to the ucontext_t on ARM.
        (that's actually the main difference with a normal
         getcontext() implementation).
      
        This is normal. On Linux/ARM, such state must be
        obtained with PTRACE_GETVFPREGS instead. This will
        be implemented in a future patch.
      
      - On x86, only the 'regular' FPU state is saved, to
        mimic the GLibc/i386 implementation. The state of
        SSE/SSE2/etc registers is not part of the upstream
        getcontext() implementation.
      Review URL: https://breakpad.appspot.com/444002
      
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    • digit@chromium.org's avatar
      Fix 'make check' for Android · fa064e21
      digit@chromium.org authored
      This patch allows 'make check' to work when performing
      an Automake-based build of Breakpad for Android. This
      requires to have an Android device connected, and the
      'adb' tool in your path.
      
      You can test that with something like:
      
          configure --host=arm-linux-androideabi
          make check
      
      This is achieved by adding a new small shell script
      under android/test-shell.sh, which is invoked by the
      Makefile (see TESTS_ENVIRONMENT definition in
      Makefile.am).
      
      By default, this runs all unit tests, including those
      for the processor and tools (which normally never run
      on an Android device).
      
      Note that the test suites fails (e.g. 11 failing tests
      for the client library). This will be addressed in later
      patches.
      
      + Modify android/run-checks.sh to run the client library
        test suite on the device by default.
      
      + Add a new option (--all-tests) to android/run-checks.sh
        which forces it to run the unit test suite for the host
        binaries, and the full suite on the Android device.
      
      + Update README.ANDROID appropriately.
      Review URL: https://breakpad.appspot.com/441002
      
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  9. 21 Aug, 2012 2 commits
    • digit@chromium.org's avatar
      Fix the tools and processor build for Android · 690e294e
      digit@chromium.org authored
      This small patch allows the build of the tools and processor
      when targetting Android with the Automake/Autconf build.
      
      Not that these necessarily work correctly at the moment,
      but there is no need for --disable-tools --disable-processor
      now when using --host=arm-linux-androideabi or
      --host=i686-linux-android.
      
      + Modify android/run-checks.sh to build all binaries with
        the Automake build.
      
      + Tiny fix for --abi=x86 in android/run-checks.sh
      Review URL: https://breakpad.appspot.com/438002
      
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      690e294e
    • digit@chromium.org's avatar
      Improve Android support · 62d486be
      digit@chromium.org authored
      This patch remove many Android-specific #ifdefs from the Breakpad
      source code. This is achieved by providing "fixed-up" platform
      headers (e.g. <signal.h> or <sys/user,h>), in the new directory
      src/common/android/include/, which masks differences between
      the NDK and GLibc headers.
      
      The old "android_link.h" and "android_ucontext.h" are moved
      and renamed.
      
      This also requires putting this directory as the first
      include path during Android-hosted builds, hence the
      modification of Makefile.am and configure.ac
      Review URL: https://breakpad.appspot.com/434002
      
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  10. 20 Aug, 2012 1 commit
  11. 03 Aug, 2012 2 commits
  12. 18 Jul, 2012 1 commit
  13. 09 Jul, 2012 1 commit
    • digit@chromium.org's avatar
      Add Android NDK module definition + sample application · 0bed408b
      digit@chromium.org authored
      This patch adds a new directory named "android/" which contains
      the following:
      
      - A NDK build system module definition for the Google Breakpad
        client library. This can be used by developers using the ndk-build
        build system to more easily build and use the client library in
        their own programs.
      
      - A sample application demonstrating how to use the module,
        as well as test that the library works properly during a
        crash.
      
      - A shell script (run-checks.sh) that will check everything
        for you automatically, including:
      
        - Rebuilding the host Google Breakpad host package with configure/make
        - Rebuilding the Android client library with configure/make
        - Rebuilding the Android client library and test program with ndk-build
        - Running the crashing test program, extract minidump, dump symbols,
          generate a stack trace and check that it has correct source file
          locations.
      
      For more details, run android/run-checks.sh --help-all
      
      + Updates to the README.ANDROID documentation.
      Review URL: https://breakpad.appspot.com/407002
      
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