The patches and revision of v8 we use in Titanium Mobile
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Latest commit 1aed6c4 Jul 8, 2016 @sgtcoolguy sgtcoolguy committed on GitHub Use V8 5.1.281.59 and drop use of ICU (#11)
* Use V8 5.1.281.59

* quietly unzip NDK to avoid log overflowon Travis

README.md

This is where we store the patches and revision of the v8 repository that we use in the Android port of Titanium Mobile. Build Status

To build V8, you'll need:

  • Android NDK r11c

Build V8 for Android against the NDK:

$ ./build_v8.sh -n /path/to/android-ndk

OR

$ export ANDROID_NDK=/path/to/android-ndk
$ ./build_v8.sh

To publish V8 to S3, you'll need s3cmd: http://tcpdiag.dl.sourceforge.net/project/s3tools/s3cmd/1.6.0/s3cmd-1.6.0.tar.gz

The Whole Shebang

# Apply our patches to v8
git apply 0001-Fix-cross-compilation-for-Android-from-a-Mac.patch
git apply 0002-Create-standalone-static-libs.patch

# Install Android NDK
wget http://dl.google.com/android/repository/android-ndk-r11c-linux-x86_64.zip
unzip android-ndk-r11c-linux-x86_64.zip
export ANDROID_NDK=${PWD}/android-ndk-r11c

# Download s3cmd
wget http://tcpdiag.dl.sourceforge.net/project/s3tools/s3cmd/1.6.0/s3cmd-1.6.0.tar.gz
tar -xzf s3cmd-1.6.0.tar.gz
export PATH=${PWD}/s3cmd-1.6.0

# Configure s3cmd
s3cmd --configure

# build v8 for ARM, and then x86
./build_v8.sh -n /path/to/android-ndk-r11c -j16
./build_v8.sh -n /path/to/android-ndk-r11c -j16 -l ia32

# Generate a tarball to publish
./build_v8.sh -t

# Publish
./publish_v8.sh build/release/libv8-5.0.71.33-release.tar.bz2

Full build_v8.sh usage:

$ ./build_v8.sh -h
Usage: ./build_v8.sh options

This script builds v8 against the Android NDK.
Options:
    -h              Show this help message and exit
    -n <ndk_dir>    The path to the Android NDK. Alternatively, you may set the ANDROID_NDK environment variable
    -j <num-cpus>   The number of processors to use in building (passed on to scons)
    -m <mode>       The v8 build mode (release, debug. default: release)
    -t              Build a thirdparty tarball for uploading

Note: This build is designed to work on a 32-bit Linux. If you wish to install it on a 64-bit version, you would need to install 32-bit libraries:

sudo apt-get -y install gcc-multilib g++-multilib