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I had cm7 on it when I ran the extract, I just did it on that phone bricker build as well, only ended up missing one *.so, cant remember which exact file it was, had to step away. Will get back in the am.

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Update: Just flashed atinm's nightly of CM9, ran extract_files.sh and no errors at all.
 
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I tried to run extract-files.sh and got:
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remote object '/system/lib/libGLESv2_dbg.so' does not exist
Which gave me this during compile:
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make: *** No rule to make target `vendor/samsung/galaxys2-common/proprietary/libGLESv2_dbg.so', needed by `out/target/product/i777/system/lib/libGLESv2_dbg.so'.  Stop.
I have the latest repo as describe in the op. Anyone else run into this issue? Ran the extract on cm7.
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I had cm7 on it when I ran the extract, I just did it on that phone bricker build as well, only ended up missing one *.so, cant remember which exact file it was, had to step away. Will get back in the am.

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Update: Just flashed atinm's nightly of CM9, ran extract_files.sh and no errors at all.
Confirmed, /system/lib/libGLESv2_dbg.so does not exist in CM7 so of course it can't be extracted. Screencap of partial file list from my last nandroid on CM7 before upgrading attached.
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I guess the giant red bolded DEV tag at the top isnt obvious enough.
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Just an update... I was compiling the latest build, and got the following error:

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make: *** No rule to make target `vendor/samsung/galaxys2-common/proprietary/hwcomposer/lib/libfimc.so', needed by `out/target/product/i777/obj/lib/libfimc.so'.  Stop.
Now, when i ran ./extract-files, I didn't recieve any errors while it was pulling the files.

I can see that the file is in the galaxy2-common directory, under the proprietary folder.

There is not folder under proprietary /hwcomposer/lib
 
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Just an update... I was compiling the latest build, and got the following error:

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make: *** No rule to make target `vendor/samsung/galaxys2-common/proprietary/hwcomposer/lib/libfimc.so', needed by `out/target/product/i777/obj/lib/libfimc.so'.  Stop.
Now, when i ran ./extract-files, I didn't recieve any errors while it was pulling the files.

I can see that the file is in the galaxy2-common directory, under the proprietary folder.

There is not folder under proprietary /hwcomposer/lib
This is the fix for the same issue that was present in galaxys2:
http://review.cyanogenmod.com/#change,13935
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This is the fix for the same issue that was present in galaxys2:
http://review.cyanogenmod.com/#change,13935
Thanks, got it working.
 
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This is the fix for the same issue that was present in galaxys2:
http://review.cyanogenmod.com/#change,13935
http://review.cyanogenmod.com/#change,14155 fixes the same thing for i777.
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Thanks, got it working.
Any extract-files.sh fixes you make - please gerrit them, or just send them to me directly via email if you don't know gerrit (learn Gerrit if you intend to develop for CM!).
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All non-dev related posts have been moved over to the General CM9 thread.

I guess the giant red bolded DEV tag at the top isnt obvious enough.
Can you clarify - I take it discussion about build issues that are because script fixups are necessary in github sources is also off-limits ? ie where the root issue is in the repo not the person trying to compile. (Previous post removal implies this.)

If someone can't massage whatever comes out of github in order to get it to compile then it's unlikely they would be posting patches even if the build worked. However, on the other hand, I would argue it's also useful to identify, discuss and fix any build related issues for the benefit of all (separate thread perhaps?)

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