MoKee Open Source
Patches are always welcomed! Please submit your patches via MoKee Gerrit! You can do this by using these commands:
(From root android directory) . build/envsetup.sh (Go to repo you are patching, make your changes and commit) mkgerrit <for(new)/changes(patch set)> <branch/change-id> repo start mko-mr1 . (Make your changes and commit) repo upload . or git push ssh://<username>@mokeedev.review:29418/<project> HEAD:refs/for/<branch>
Note: "." means current directory
We want to make a change in InputDevice.java that resides in the frameworks/base project, and upload that to Gerrit for review. Let's start a local branch of that repo (directory) and call it mychanges:
repo start mychanges frameworks/base && cd frameworks/base
Now we make our edits to that file. We can check those changes:
git add InputDevice.java (or git add .)
Then commit it:
git commit -m 'Added feature xyz'
Go to the root of your local android folder, and issue the upload:
cd ~/mokee && repo upload frameworks/base
For more help on using repo, use this command:
repo help upload
Make your changes and commit with a detailed message, starting with what you are working with (i.e. vision: Update Kernel).
Commit your patches in a single commit. Squash multiple commits using this command:
git rebase -i HEAD~<# of commits>
To view the status of your and others' patches, visit MoKee Code Review
To initialize your local repository using the MoKee trees, use a command like this:
repo init -u https://github.com/MoKee/android.git -b mko-mr1
Then to sync up:
To work faster, we introduced a new build script to help you start compiling.
First, go to the root path of your project. We assume that your source is under (/mokee):
then feel free to use the build script:
. build/envsetup.sh && lunch (enter device number) && mka bacon
The script is interactive so everything else is self-explanatory.