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By lithid-cm, Inactive Recognized Developer on 28th December 2011, 05:45 PM
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28th December 2011, 09:48 PM |#21  
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Can you make a MAC OSX compatible version too ? plz.
 
 
28th December 2011, 10:03 PM |#22  
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Can you make a MAC OSX compatible version too ? plz.

Would love to, but I don't have a mac to personally support it. Once I get everything stable I will look into getting something maybe running in a VM, though I hear that is difficult as well.
28th December 2011, 10:06 PM |#23  
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Would be nice if your tool would have an option to not check for installed repos. It takes lot of time to scan my $HOME as I have lot of development stuff there.
28th December 2011, 10:10 PM |#24  
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Can this be used to build your CM9 for Nook Color?
28th December 2011, 10:22 PM |#25  
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Would love to, but I don't have a mac to personally support it. Once I get everything stable I will look into getting something maybe running in a VM, though I hear that is difficult as well.

I could probably make that happen... create a VM with CMC already set up and ready for distribution. I think it could be as small as 300MB since it doesn't need a GUI.

But I think you meant OS X in a VM didn't you?
28th December 2011, 10:29 PM |#26  
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Would be nice if your tool would have an option to not check for installed repos. It takes lot of time to scan my $HOME as I have lot of development stuff there.

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echo "REPO: your_repo_path" >> $HOME/.cmcrc
The cmc checks the local config file right when it starts up. You could just manually add that in until I figure out a better way to go about it.
28th December 2011, 10:30 PM |#27  
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I could probably make that happen... create a VM with CMC already set up and ready for distribution. I think it could be as small as 300MB since it doesn't need a GUI.

But I think you meant OS X in a VM didn't you?

Yea I did mean osx. I was already thinking about having a small distro built for vm use. Its a pretty neat idea for vm users.
28th December 2011, 10:44 PM |#28  
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Does it work for tablets too?
28th December 2011, 10:46 PM |#29  
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Does it work for tablets too?

I have not tested it on a tablet because I don't have one. Only my phone. I don't see why it wouldn't work on the tablets. If it doesn't let me know. I will fix it.
28th December 2011, 10:48 PM |#30  
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The behavior of the script is a little wonky when trying to force an alternate path for the development directories.

looking at ./tools/f/compile_functions there are two variables that need to
be changed based on where the application lives:

CMC_HOME="$HOME/CMC"
DEFAULT_REPO_HOME="$HOME/Development/CM-GB"


The first shouldn't be hard-coded, but should be grabbed from the environment at the top of CMCompiler:

CMC_HOME=$(dirname $0)


Secondly, the script doesn't support overloading DEFAULT_REPO_HOME from within the ~/.cmcrc -- it actually strips it out if a user tries to force an alternate path. This means that I can't build on an alternate mountpoint of my choosing with lots of diskspace... at least without altering the script itself.


In addition, you don't use the variable later in the script when creating the directory:
mkdir -p ~/Development/CM-GB

this needs to be changed to use the variable above.

later, "press any key to continue" needs to be "enter key" ... multiple places

thats my feedback for now to make this slightly more useable...
28th December 2011, 10:57 PM |#31  
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So you finally got it out into the wild. Good going bro.
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