Feature #1784

Updated by Wolfgang Wiedmeyer almost 3 years ago

Currently, a "simple script": script": takes care of building the toolchain. The script needs to be converted to Android Makefiles, so parts of the toolchain can be built e.g. with @make gcc-android@ or the whole toolchain can simply be built by issuing @make toolchain@.

A build error happens when the toolchain is built after running @. build/ in the same shell. So the toolchain always needs to be built in a newly opened shell where no Android build environment variables are already set.

The first step is to identify the environment variable(s) from that break the toolchain build. Then the toolchain is buildable in the Android build environment and it's possible to write the Makefiles.