Originally Posted by atinm
The issue was that the vendor/audience repository hadn't been added to the nightly build machine. You should have it though if you created your own local_manifest.xml. You can look at the http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/wiki/Recreate_CM_Release page to see how the nightly build was made and recreate it so you have the correct manifest. Or just leave it to the nightly build machine now. Just recreating the nightlies isn't useful unless you are doing something more to the builds. If you're just using a different kernel, it is easier to just release a kernel directly without the whole system though maybe your goal is to have a new build before some commits are merged etc, in which case just make sure you have the correct manifest before building. And the manifest won't be changing much, so once you have it, it should be good.
Thanks for the pointers, Atinm.
We build cherry-pick kangs from CM source. I, personally, do it for fun, because I can. I know it bugs the cm team, at times, however we run the cherry-picks that linger in gerrit for months, as the debate occurs regarding the "worthiness" of certain features to be merged. I only use the stock cm kernel, as this is not a "custom ROM." This is exactly what it has been stated to be. Quite frankly...this is a hobby. You may or may not recall having pointed me in the right direction, at times in the past. Your help has been limited, but always appreciated. This is simply another device that I chose to build for a friend.
As it stands, today, this build has serious issues. This probably has to do with a rogue cherry-pick that has caused the system ui crashes. I apologize to any who have been inconvenienced. Rest assured, this will get straightened out, and promptly. I will have my goto tester confirm functionality of the next build prior to uploading it.
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