[webkit-dev] Chromium for Android builders have been added to the EWS

Peter Beverloo peter at chromium.org
Fri Aug 10 03:06:59 PDT 2012

Hi WebKit,

Starting yesterday, a queue is now available for the Early Warning System
(EWS) which will be building --but not testing-- all patches uploaded to
Bugzilla for the Chromium for Android configuration.

Compared to Chromium Linux, the main differences are that Android will
cross-compile the entire project to the ARMv7 architecture (thumb, with
NEON disabled); the list of enabled features is slightly different[1], and
some source files have Android-specific implementations. Finally, after
building the .so libraries is complete, it will create .apk (Android
Application Package) files for each major target.

The queue[2] currently still has more than 300 patches pending, which seems
to include every patch that's still pending review or commit. If you get
build failure notices on patches that haven't been touched for months,
please feel free to ignore them.

We plan to add a tester to the waterfall in the next few weeks, which will
also be running all unit tests, API tests and Layout Tests on actual


[2] http://webkit-commit-queue.appspot.com/queue-status/cr-android-ews
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