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authorRyan Harkin <ryan.harkin@linaro.org>2014-07-04 06:47:32 +0100
committerRyan Harkin <ryan.harkin@linaro.org>2014-07-04 06:47:32 +0100
commit19a1d2a1f8e60f779e58b8d46249cc2f29fad264 (patch)
tree450129cde664479dbdda16491c7115abe717dfdf
parent6725cd09d2a3786eed97cf19606a10677908ea77 (diff)
downloadtextile_instructions-19a1d2a1f8e60f779e58b8d46249cc2f29fad264.tar.gz
14.06: apply update from SteveB
Signed-off-by: Ryan Harkin <ryan.harkin@linaro.org>
-rw-r--r--android/images/armv8-android-fvp-lsk/HOWTO_releasenotes_armv8-android-fvp-lsk.txt2
-rw-r--r--android/images/armv8-android-juno-lsk/HOWTO_releasenotes.txt2
2 files changed, 2 insertions, 2 deletions
diff --git a/android/images/armv8-android-fvp-lsk/HOWTO_releasenotes_armv8-android-fvp-lsk.txt b/android/images/armv8-android-fvp-lsk/HOWTO_releasenotes_armv8-android-fvp-lsk.txt
index c752831..2b8c8a9 100644
--- a/android/images/armv8-android-fvp-lsk/HOWTO_releasenotes_armv8-android-fvp-lsk.txt
+++ b/android/images/armv8-android-fvp-lsk/HOWTO_releasenotes_armv8-android-fvp-lsk.txt
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ h2. About the Linaro Android Release for FVP (Multi-arch 64-bit)
The Linaro Android release for FVP is based on a snapshot of the Android AOSP master taken on the 1st June. The build contains multi-arch support allowing full use of the 64-bit ARMv8-A architecture and supports both 64-bit and 32-bit applications. Java-only applications will run as 64-bit in the supplied configuration with no modification. The release uses Linaro Stable Kernel version 3.10 and runs on FVP Base AEMv8 model 0.8 build 5202 and later. The sources are built using Linaro GCC version 4.9.
-The ARMv8-A reference software stack combined with the including the ARMv8-A Fixed Virtual Platform models provides the ARM ecosystem with a foundation to accelerate 64-bit Android availability. The availability of this port is the culmination of a broad architecture enablement program carried out by Linaro, ARM and the ARM partnership. ARM partners will now have access to a 64-bit AOSP file system, together with a broad range of supporting material including open source toolchains from Linaro and supporting documentation.
+The ARMv8-A reference software stack combined with the Juno ARM Development Platform (ADP) provides the ARM ecosystem with a foundation to accelerate Android availability on 64-bit silicon. The availability of this port is the culmination of a broad architecture enablement program carried out by Linaro, ARM and the ARM partnership. ARM partners will now have access to an AOSP file system with support for both 64-bit and 32-bit apps, together with a broad range of supporting material including the ARMv8-A FVP models, open source toolchain from Linaro and supporting documentation.
For those with access to the FVPs, this release can be used to examine the internals of the Android Open Source Project in a running system. Application developers, particularly those working in Java, will also be able to use develop some applications via the recently announced Android 'L' preview SDK.
diff --git a/android/images/armv8-android-juno-lsk/HOWTO_releasenotes.txt b/android/images/armv8-android-juno-lsk/HOWTO_releasenotes.txt
index ddc5e1a..6b835b0 100644
--- a/android/images/armv8-android-juno-lsk/HOWTO_releasenotes.txt
+++ b/android/images/armv8-android-juno-lsk/HOWTO_releasenotes.txt
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@ h2. About the Linaro Android Release for Juno (Multi-arch 64-bit)
The Linaro Android release is based on a snapshot of the Android AOSP master taken on the 1st June. The build contains multi-arch support allowing full use of the 64-bit ARMv8-A architecture and supports both 64-bit and 32-bit applications. Java-only applications will run as 64-bit in the supplied configuration with no modification. The release uses Linaro Stable Kernel version 3.10 and is integrated with ARM Mali drivers for 3D graphics acceleration. The sources are built using Linaro GCC version 4.9.
-The ARMv8-A reference software stack combined with the Juno ARM Development Platform (ADP) provides the ARM ecosystem with a foundation to accelerate 64-bit Android availability on silicon. The availability of this port is the culmination of a broad architecture enablement program carried out by Linaro, ARM and the ARM partnership. ARM partners will now have access to a 64-bit AOSP file system, together with a broad range of supporting material including the ARMv8-A FVP models, open source toolchain from Linaro and supporting documentation.
+The ARMv8-A reference software stack combined with the Juno ARM Development Platform (ADP) provides the ARM ecosystem with a foundation to accelerate Android availability on 64-bit silicon. The availability of this port is the culmination of a broad architecture enablement program carried out by Linaro, ARM and the ARM partnership. ARM partners will now have access to an AOSP file system with support for both 64-bit and 32-bit apps, together with a broad range of supporting material including the ARMv8-A FVP models, open source toolchain from Linaro and supporting documentation.
For those with access to Juno, this release can be used to examine the internals of the Android Open Source Project in a running system. Application developers, particularly those working in Java, will also be able to use develop applications via the recently announced Android 'L' preview SDK.