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Those were a quick 2 months! As you know during summer things always slow down a bit due to people taking holidays. Some of our devs had some well deserved time off as well, but others kept working hard on bringing bug fixes, improvements & new features to the OS! We’re very pleased to present you our latest monthly stable release, Café Touba or “Touba” for short.

We were able to crush quite a few annoying bugs that occurred in the lower system level that were leftovers of the Yocto migrations we did earlier. It turned out some of our NodeJS components were using deprecated functions that weren’t available anymore in our NodeJS 4.4.x version. These have now all been addressed and as a result stability is back where it used to be. Contacts can sync properly again for example.

We have also implemented a lot of the back end bits to make instant messaging (IM) work again (including Skype). You can now add IM accounts successfully using the accounts app and receive messages. Sending still has some issues which need to be sorted and are on our radar to be done for the next release. There is also more work to be done in the back end to deal with deletion of messages, group chats, and new contact requests, etc.

We have also done some major rework on banner handling, notifications and dashboards, and their icons and sounds. The behavior should now be very similar to legacy webOS.

Incoming phone calls will now play a ringtone and the call audio by default isn’t on speakerphone anymore.

The browser should now take up a bit more screen real estate when in full screen mode. We’re working on a full and proper full screen mode for a next release. We have also addressed some of the scaling issues on various websites and are now using Prelude at places where it wasn’t working properly before on both websites and apps.

We’ve also gotten MTP working properly, so you can connect your device to your PC and simply copy & paste files to and from your device. The UI for this still needs a little polishing, but the functionality is working well. We’ve tested Windows & Linux systems on various devices and it works.

We have also fixed a lot of the PNG images which had an incorrect sRGB profile which previous caused spamming in the logs.

Main Changes:

– Incoming calls will now have proper audio routing & a ringtone playing.
– Issues with various NodeJS services have been solved, so things like Contact sync will work again.
– MTP can now be used to cut, copy & past files when connected to a PC/Laptop.
– The Browser app now can use full screen more properly, Prelude is used in more places and the scaling issues on some websites has been resolved.
– A lot of work has been done on the IM (instant messaging) backend. Adding an account and receiving messages now works.

Known issues:

– Splash screen disappears too quickly (though it has improved a lot since we fixed some high CPU usage problems).
– Node-SQLite3 is currently not working. Components using Node-SQLite3 have switched to an alternative storage method for now.

Changelog

Applications:
– Calculator (org.webosports.app.calculator): Fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile.
– Maps (org.webosports.app.maps): Fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile.
– Browser (org.webosports.app.browser): Fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile, make fullscreen mode behave more properly.
– luna-applauncher (Just Type): Fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile.
– luna-systemui (Just Type): Fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile.
– Preware: Nudge users to enter https feeds instead of http, fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile.
– Tweaks: Fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile.
– core-apps: Fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile.
– Settings: Fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile.
– Flashlight (org.webosports.app.flashlight): Initial work on an app to play with the leds (not included in images yet).
– Testr (org.webosports.app.testr): Added additional banner sound & vibration scenarios.
– luna-universalsearchmgr: Fix build with libxml-2.9.4
– Messaging: When launched handle an URL, parse and use URL, add missind db kinds & permissions for com.palm.app.messagingprefs, com.palm.carrierdb.settings.current, fixed permissions for com.palm.chatthread and com.palm.message, fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile.
– Contacts (org.webosports.app.contacts): Tapping an IM addr in details sends the IM type, URL and Note editing fields have correct width, Fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile.
– Phone: Add ringtone management for incoming calls.
– Fingerterm: Use monospace as font to fix cursor issues.
– Browser: Make fullscreen mode work more properly (hide space normally used by navigationbar).

User Interface:
– Luna-Next-Cardshell: Fix behavior of rotationLock & muteSound, add management for popup overlay type, update Keys.forwardTo on cardRemove, fixed playback of banner sounds, renamed ringtone.wav references to ringtone.mp3, scan assets folder for sounds (used by Enyo 2 apps), launcher doesn’t take action on tap gesture, fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile, handle icons, sounds & vibration for banners, dashboards and notifications properly.
– qtwayland: qwaylandwindow: fix inputDevice for setPopup.

System Level:
– imlibpurpleservice: Fixed db kinds & permissions for imbuddystatus, added permissions for both org.webosports.* and com.palm.*, fixed various JSON syntax errors, moved LS2 role file to correct location, made getServiceNameFromCapabilityId generic and removed conversion to and from Mojo-typed usernames.
– imaccountvalidator: Fix a lot of small things to make things work.
– audio-service: Fixed type to make sure audio routing works correctly in phone app
– messaging-accounts: Updated & fixed IM templates so they work properly.
– luna-webappmanager: Move handling of icon paths to luna-next-cardshell.
– Enyo-1.0: Fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile.
– webos-keyboard: Fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile.
– luna-next: Add FileUtils plugin to allow checking for file existence in QML, CompositorWindow: add isPopup property to test the Qt window type, Compositor: set the WindowType to Overlay for a popup window, add support for various bits required for proper sound playback through Luna-Next-Cardshell.
– app-services: Drop use of existsSync since it’s deprecated in NodeJS 1.x +, add directory to solve error for contact_linker_plugins.
– luna-sysmgr-common: Cleanup of whitespace mess.
– luna-sysmgr: Fixed PNG images with incorrect sRGB profile.
– nyx-modules: Implement MassStorageMode module
– mtp-server: Adjust systemd service configuration for com.palm.storage, stop service when session is closed. Update to newer mtp-server from Ubuntu upstream to make it work with Windows clients and fix a large number of bugs.
– storaged: Make it work with nyx, added Android udev rules, replaced cjson with json-c, added systemd service configuration & intergrated it into image.
– pidgin-sipe: Add SIPE IM plugin for IM
– whatsapp-purple: Add WhatsApp plugin for IM
– purple-skypeweb: Add SkypeWeb plugin for IM
– pidgin: Fix issues with ICQ password > 8 chars, drop discontinued MSN support & include Yahoo plugin.
– binutils: Fix issue with IPKG’s containing empty items.
– qtwebengine-chromium: Various upstream fixes, made Prelude the default font instead of monospace.
– Preware 2: Use secure (https) feeds where available.
– org.webosports.service.devmode: Fixed deprecated fs.existsSync calls that aren’t compatible with NodeJS 4.x
– mojoservicelauncher: Fixed deprecated fs.existsSync calls that aren’t compatible with NodeJS 4.x
– mojoloader: Fixed deprecated fs.existsSync calls that aren’t compatible with NodeJS 4.x
– org.webosports.service.downloadmgr: Fixed deprecated fs.exists and fs.existsSync calls that aren’t compatible with NodeJS 4.x
– keymanager: Fixed deprecated fs.exists calls that aren’t compatible with NodeJS 4.x
– activitymanager: ConnectionManagerProxy: merge the “wire” activity status into “wifi”.
– imlibpurpleservice: Made getServiceNameFromCapabilityId generic and removed conversion to and from Mojo-typed usernames.
– webos-connman-adapter: Drop patches that are not needed anymore from repo. Improved the management of wired interfaces.
– qtwebengine-chromium: Update to latest Chromium 45 from upstream.
– qtwebengine: Update to latest from QT 5.6 (August 5, 2016)

Public Service Announcement:

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Feel free to to get started. Tenderloin and Mako remain our focus for now, but the emulator, Maguro & Grouper work too.

Installation instructions for , , , and are on the . And remember we .

Don’t forget to contact us with any questions and feel free to on the webOS Nation forums. Catch us on Twitter on IRC: Freenode:#webos-ports or email [email protected].

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Bump SRCREV and drop patch now merged in repo; cleanup a bit; fix db8-tests runtime depends; fix LS2 for webOS-OSE; Update to latest revision and remove references to com.webos.service.attachedstoragemanager dbus-cpp, process-cpp, properties-cpp: Switch to GitHub & latest commits dbus-cpp: fix compatiblity with boost 1.66.0 defaulttunes.inc: return accidentally dropped last line; use armv8a-crc-crypto for both raspberrypi[34]-64;use cortexa8thf-neon for currently supported 32bit arm MACHINEs;use different TUNE_PKGARCH_64 for raspberrypi3-64 MACHINE directfb: Drop .bbappend distro: luneos: switch release name to Eggnog Latte downloadmanager: Remove recipe event-monitor, event-monitor-network: Add recipes from OSE exiv2: Update to 0.27.1 extra-cmake-modules: Bump to latest from upstream filecache: Bump SRCREV Fix meson bbappend Fixup line endings funyahoo-plusplus: Update to latest from upstream Further work on webOS OSE migration; Further changes for webOS OSE; Further migration for webOS OSE gcc: restore gcc-7.3 from Yocto 2.6 Thud geoclue: backport gtk-doc.bbclass changes from Yocto 2.8 Zeus to make GTKDOC_MESON_OPTION work in Yocto 2.7 Warrior; Fix typo;fix unknown-configure-option QA issue; Rename .bbappend to be generic; Update to 2.5.3; use backported recipe; Add to meta-webos-ports for fixes & upgrade glib-2.0: Rename bbappend to match new version from oe-core; update 0001-gdbus-codegen-replace-plus-also-with-underscore.patch to apply on 2.58.0 version; update patch to apply on 2.54.2 version; add work around for broken ld-2.29.so when gold is used; drop bbappend; export LDFLAGS glm: use 0.9.9.3 version from meta-oe glmark2: disable wayland-gles2 GnuTLS: Fix missing system trust gstreamer1.0-plugins-base: disable egl gtest: don’t rdepend on ${PN} from ${PN}-dev; export LDFLAGS hammerhead kernel: delay wifi init hammerhead, mako, tenderloin: Use Halium image built with Ports repos; use WOP builds of Halium hammerhead, mako: Add NFC as machine feature hammerhead.conf: use initramfs-scripts-halium hammerhead: temporarily disable gobject introspection https-everywhere: Update to latest from upstream hunspell-dictionaries: Update to latest from upstream; use backported recipe icyque: Add recipe Ignore generated pycache directory iio-sensor-proxy: introduce recipe imaccountvalidator, activitymanager, db8, filecache, sleepd, luna-service2: Bump SRCREV imaccountvalidator, imlibpurpleservice: Add icyque plugin imlibpurpleservice, org.webosports.service.messaging, webos-telephonyd, app-services, core-apps, nodejs-module-webos-sysbus: Bump SRCREV Include android-kernel-bootimg for each MACHINE that needs it Initial work for webOS OSE migration initramfs-android-image: make it possible to add content; make sure that ANDROID_EXTRA_INITRAMFS_IMAGE_INSTALL is expanded initramfs-android-recovery-tissot: skip file-rdeps QA as well initramfs-boot-android: cosmetics; disable busybox extreme symlink checks; fix image identification for rootfs on partition; import Fix-userdata-mount-options.patch from meta-hp; init.sh: be less verbose for initial user data copy; mount /dev/pts for cases when enable_adb is used; put .firstboot_done in a rw folder; reset uevent_help when stopping mdev; split halium and generic version; use mdev instead of udev initramfs-boot-android: fix tenderloin’s boot; Move initrd RDEPENDS from ANDROID_EXTRA_INITRAMFS_IMAGE_INSTALL to initramfs-boot-android recipe; put .firstboot_done in a rw folder; split halium and generic version; tenderloin: mount /boot as ro; tenderloin: use correct folder for media data initramfs-scripts-android: improve init scripts; switch from RNDIS to CDC-ECM initramfs-scripts-halium: move Fix-userdata-mount-options.patch to the right directory; specify needs through RDEPENDS initrdscripts: fix tenderloin initial data (wallpaper) jemalloc: Switch to OSE repo kernel.bbclass: drop backported bbclass; remove backported bbclass; import from oe-core/pyro and backport one fix from oe-core/rocko kernel: tenderloin, mako, hammerhead, onyx bump SRCREV for GCC8 kernel_android, android-kernel-bootimg: use pkg_postinst_ontarget kernel_android.bbclass: fix path to the KERNEL_DEVICETREE; use ${KERNEL_PACKAGE_NAME}-image instead of kernel-image kernel_android: update for new KERNEL_* variables from oe-core; use the bbclass again keymanager: bump SRCREV kf5bluezqt-mer: set QT.BluezQt.module to fix compatibility with Qt 5.12 layer.conf: Update to warrior release name series leveldb: move bbappend to the matching directory leveldb-tl: downgrade to gcc-4.7 branch; provide native version libbson: Bump to latest upstream release libcamera: introduce recipe libdrm: add vboxvideo to tested modules; update the patch to apply for 2.4.96 libglibutil: fix LICENSE and LIC_FILES_CHKSUM libhybris, wayland: use wayland-egl from libhybris again libhybris: bump SRCREV and resolve the review comments; fix build with glibc-2.26; fix mido build flags; fix tenderloin build flags; provide also virtual/mesa and set PREFERRED_PROVIDER for all android devices; refresh patch; remove the already applied patch from SRC_URI; restrict COMPATIBLE_MACHINE to halium MACHINEs; use older SRCREV for tenderloin; don’t install wayland-egl; drop SRCREV libpalmsocket: fix build with openssl-1.1.1 libpbnjson: restore PV and OECMAKE_GENERATOR fix libpng: Bump to 1.6.37 librolegen: Add DEPENDS; Switch to OSE version + patches libsandbox: Migrate from OWO to OSE libsensmon: blacklist due to newer vala incompatibility libshr-glib: blacklist because of random failures libvpx: enable thumb to work around issue with -halium appended to TUNE_PKGARCH linunx-lg-mako: bump SRCREV linux-: don’t use ANDROID_BOOTIMG_CMDLINE for built-in kernel cmdline linux-{oneplus-onyx,lg-mako}: fix branch parameter linux-hp-tenderloin: bump SRCREV; use a 3.4 kernel linux-lg-{mako,hammerhead},linux-hp-tenderloin: backport 2 changes to fix build with gcc8 linux-lg-hammerhead: bump SRCREV; fix some minor defconfig values linux-lg-mako: send patches upstream and bump SRCREV; switch to old ubp-5.1 branch with just 1 fix for gcc-8 from cm-14.1 branch linux-oneplus-onyx: switch to old cm-14.1-los branch with just 1 fix for gcc-8 from luneos/cm-14.1-wip branch linux-xiaomi-rosy: bump SRCREV linux-xiaomi-tissot: bump SRCREV linux-yocto: add own defconfig; backport 5.0 from master and switch from linux-yocto-dev; drop backported fixes for compatibility with older Yocto; enable few more drm drivers; squashfs: add squash kernel module for anbox; use own virtio.cfg and reinclude kernel-module-virtio-gpu as a module linux-yocto-dev: add bbappend also for -dev version; enable vboxguest in the kernel and blacklist vboxguestdrivers again lsb: rename bbappend to match any version luna-applauncher: JustType: use a relative margin for main field (got broken after Qt 5.12.5 upgrade) luna-appmanager: Bump SRCREV; fix LS2 for webOS-OSE luna-downloadmgr, applicationinstallerutility: Add recipes luna-downloadmgr: Drop MACHINE specific configuration luna-next: Bump SRCREV; LS2 fix for webOS-OSE luna-next-cardshell: bump SRCREV; merge webosose branch to master luna-next-conf: fix possible conflict between evdevtouch and evdevkeyboard; fix VBoxTouch parameters for qemu; rosy: give input devices to evdevkeyboard; update VBoxTouch params and enable input and cursor; use drm+eglfs_kms for qemux86 luna-prefs-data.bb: Fix Lune OS name to LuneOS luna-qml-launcher: fix LS2 for webOS-OSE luna-service2: bump SRCREV; re-enable default LS2 security policy; remove webos_machine_impl_dep inherit imported from OSE luna-service2-security-conf: Switch to own fork luna-sysmgr: explicitely put RDEPENDS on powerd; Fix branch; fix LS2 for webOS-OSE luna-sysmgr-common: Bump SRCREV luna-sysmgr-conf, nyx-conf, nyx-modules, luna-next-conf: add support for raspberrypi4(-64) luna-sysservice, nodejs-module-webos-sysbus, nyx-utils, luna-service2, nyx-lib, pmloglib, pmloglib-private: Bump SRCREV luna-sysservice: Add back dropped PV; bump SRCREV; fix LS2 for webOS-OSE luna-systemui: Bump SRCREV luna-webappmanager: bump SRCREV; fix LS2 for webOS-OSE luneos.inc: drop kernel-module-virtio-gpu; enable image-buildinfo; exclude DATETIME from IMAGE_NAME, KERNEL_IMAGE_BASE_NAME, MODULE_IMAGE_BASE_NAME vardeps; include all default WARN_QA in ERROR_QA; replace uvesafb with vboxvideo; set WEBOS_TARGET_MACHINE_IMPL only in webos_machine_impl_dep; simplify PREMIRROR configuration; use linux-yocto-dev also for qemux86-64; use new oe-core variable IMAGE_VERSION_SUFFIX luneos: add rpi-sdimg.gz IMAGE_FSTYPE; reinclude luneos-recipe-blacklist-world.inc and update it for Yocto 2.7 Warrior; use linux-yocto-dev for qemux86 luneos_image.bbclass: remove the webos_swap_hook function luneos-{package,emulator-appliance}.inc: remove extra dash in filenames luneos-components: bump SRCREV and switch to qt-5.12 branch luneos-dev-image, luneui-example-image: drop mesa luneos-dev-image: add libdrm-tests; add more packages for testing luneos-emulator.ovf: move to qemux86 subdirectory and restrict to qemux86; refresh to ovf-2.0 format with VirtualBox-6.0.8; update OSType for qemux86-64 luneos-emulator-appliance.inc: include ${IMAGE_NAME_SUFFIX} in source VMDK filename; use pigz-native instead of zip-native; switch from default VBoxVGA to VBoxSVGA luneos-image: add WKS with syslinux config file without serial luneos-package.inc: bump android-update-package SRCREV; fix SRCREV; include ${IMAGE_NAME_SUFFIX} in source rootfs filename; work around tar being killed by OOMK; work around tar being killed by OOMK even harder luneos-preferred-providers.inc: remove VIRTUAL-RUNTIME_bash; use busybox as a provider for bash and stat luneos-preferred-versions.inc: downgrade gcc from default 8 to 7 luneos-recipe-blacklist-world.inc: blacklist remmina; use weak assignment luneui-example: add emulator-appliance and android package images luneui-example-image, packagegroup-luneos-extended: add Anbox for qemux86-64 luneui-example-image,luneos-dev-image: include glmark2 only for qemuall lxc: ignore stringop-overflow= errors with gcc8 make, hammerhead, tenderloin: use mesa-gl as virtual/mesa provider; use kernel sources from shr-distribution/linux.git and fix build with gcc-7; use our Halium image mako, hammerhead: Use upstream kernels which now have our patches included mako: Fix the kernel build maliit-framework-qt5: set QT_QPA_PLATFORM=wayland mediaindexer: Bump SRCREV; Switch back to master branch mesa: backport 19.0.5 and mesa-demos 8.4.0 from oe-core; drop backported PROVIDES; enable gallium only for target builds; update old recipe; use latest mesa from oe-core mesa-gl: remove ${includedir}/KHR/khrplatform.h when using libhybris meson: override 0003_native-bindir patch with a fixed version; drop backported fix, now in oe-core revision we’re using messaging-accounts: Bump SRCREV meta-: add LAYERSERIES_COMPAT to layer.conf files meta-: add LAYERSERIES_COMPAT to layer.conf files; set PREFERRED_PROVIDER for libgl and libgbm for all android devices meta-{asus,hp,huawei,lg,motorola,oneplus,xiaomi}: remove fstab overload meta-acer, meta-asus, meta-aurora, meta-fso, meta-geeksphone, meta-htc, meta-nokia meta-openmoko, meta-osmocombb, meta-palm, meta-samsung, meta-shr-distro, meta-shr: Remove unsupported layers meta-android, meta-hp: respect IMAGE_NAME_SUFFIX variable meta-android: add FREESMARTPHONE_GIT; initramfs-android-recovery: add inc; remove leftover from android-tools removal; use separate PACKAGE_DIR for Halium-based packages meta-android-halium.inc: add halium OVERRIDE; blacklist virglrenderer, cogl-1.0, clutter-1.0, mx-1.0, clutter-gst-3.0, clutter-gtk-1.0 meta-hp: initramfs-boot-android: move Fix-userdata-mount-options.patch to meta-webos-ports; migrate tenderloin to use Halium’s init meta-luneos-backports-2.8: add layer for backports from Yocto 2.8 Zeus; Add pidgin 2.13 meta-motorola: Athene, use our own fork for now.; Fixes for athene target to make build work; Initial work for athene target meta-oneplus: Fixes for onyx target to make build work; Initial work on layer; linux-oneplus-onyx: Use herrie82 branch pending upstream merge; Update kernel for onyx (OnePlus X) meta-qt5-compat: remove meta-shr, meta-fso: remove blacklisted recipes meta-smartphone: Add meta-huawei layer with Angler target; udev-extraconf: Uniform naming scheme for device udev rules and update udev rules meta-webos-ports: Add pinephone machine meta-xiaomi: add initial support for rosy (Redmi 5); Further updates to make things work; Get image for Tissot building; Initial work for Xiaomi A1 (tissot); Initial work on layer; linux-xiaomi-mido: Fix incorrect RAM_BASE addresses; Mido enable WLAN as module; mido fix persist partition number in fstab; mido use correct wlan module name; rosy minor fixes; tissot: add initramfs-android-recovery; tissot: enable permissive SELinux; tissot: ignore other parameters from bootloader; tissot: switch to cm-14.1 kernel to fix wifi Migrate LuneOS targeted machines to using android-kernel-image mmsd: Bump SRCREV mobile-broadband-provider-info: Bump SRCREV module-base.bbclass: import from oe-core/pyro and backport the fix to support newer kernels; refresh from rocko module-base: remove backported bbclass mojo: Switch to webOS-ports/webOS-OSE branches mojomail, pmcertificatemgr: bump SRCREV mojoservicelauncher: bump SRCREV; temporary drop nodejs-module-webos-dynaload and nodejs-module-webos-sysbus mpeg2dec: ignore textrel QA issue in libmpeg2 mtp-server: bump SRCREV; fix build with glog-0.3.5 nemo-qml-plugin-dbus: Bump to latest from upstream node-gyp-native: upgrade to 4.0.0+git; fix branch parameter nodejs-enyo-dev-native: Bump SRCREV nodejs-module-webos-{dynaload,sysbus}: bump SRCREV nodejs-module-webos-dynaload: Move to OSE version nodejs-module-webos-pmlog: Add fix from upstream OSE nodejs-module-webos-service: Add recipe from OSE nodejs-module-webos-sysbus: Bump SRCREV; Fix installation of role files.; Fix work directory; Migrate to webOS OSE version; restore old security schema novacomd: Remove upstart init script; Switch to OSE version ntp: Add an empty ntp-kod file numptyphysics: fix file-rdeps QA nyx-conf: add pinephone power key config nyx-modules, nyx-conf: Fix pinephone setup nyx-modules: bump SRCREV; Changes for new nyx modules from OSE;’disable security and security2 modules and return to the image; fix build for tenderloin; fix rosy’s cmake; fixes for webOS-OSE rebase; qemux86(-64) update copyright and specify modules to build; reintroduce nyx-modules-hybris for Halium based targets; toro & toroplus: Update copyright & hybris modules; Update copyright nyx-modules-hybris: bump SRCREV for nyx-lib compatibility fixes ofono: Drop patches that are no longer used.; Update to latest from Mer; use more recent version omhacks: blacklist openssl: update openssl.cnf u-a configuration openssl, gtest, leveldb: drop EXTENDPRAUTO openssl10: remove the bbappend and blacklist instead opkg: Rename bbappend to match new version from oe-core packagegroup: temoporary drop certmgrd, pmcertificatemgr, mojomail-imap, mojomail-pop, mojomail-smtp, nyx-modules packagegroup-luneos-extended: add messwerk app; Drop downloadmanager in favor of luna-downloadmgr; include DISTRO_EXTRA_RDEPENDS to install necessary kernel modules; include rng-tools for qemu*; re-enable nyx-modules-hybris; replace wireless-tools with iw; Add event-monitor & event-monitor-network PATCH] athene, mido, onyx: Fix display size and add ANDROID_HEADERS_DEFINES pdm & pdm-plugin: Add various bits to build & include in images. phonesim: Bump to 1.21 pidgin, leveldb-tl, extra-cmake-modules, pmloglib-private: don’t rdepend on ${PN} from ${PN}-dev pidgin: Make bbappend version independent; remove the backported recipes; update purple-OE-branding-25.patch to apply cleanly; Update to 2.13; use backported recipes pidgin-sipe: Update to latest release from upstream pmloglib: Add back PV pmloglib-private: Add back PV powerstat: Update to latest upstream properties-cpp: add sha265sum, fix runtime dependencies pulseaudio: rename bbappend to apply on new version from oe-core; update patches to apply on 11.1 version pulseaudio-modules-droid: adapt folders for PulseAudio 11.1; bump SRCREV for 12.2 compatibility; update PULSEAUDIO_VERSION to 12.2 purple-skypeweb: Update to latest release from upstream python-tz: Bump to 2019.1 qemu: don’t enable spice for target; drop virglrenderer from target qemu as well; enable sdl and virtfs as well; enable virglrenderer spice libusb usb-redir gtk+ qemux86: use wic.vmdk qt5: refresh the patches for 5.12.3 version qt5-plugin-generic-vboxtouch: bump SRCREV; switch to new version from Tofee qt5-qpa-hwcomposer-plugin: bump SRCREV and fix build; fix compatibility with qtbase 5.12; remove unneeded patch qtbase: allow to easily select different QPA; update PACKAGECONFIG xkbcommon-evdev -> xkbcommon qtlocation-luneos-plugin: replace qtlocation patch; Update plugins dir and PV qtvideo-node, org.webosports.app.camera: fix PV qtwayland: don’t use wayland-brcm; drop drm-egl-server and libhybris-egl-server PACKAGECONFIGs; fix QWaylandShellPrivate inheritance; Fix window properties; refresh patches for 5.12; fix the last patch filename in SRC_URI; update patches for 5.12.5 qtwebengine: enable wayland-brcm for rpi, drm-egl-server for qemuall and libhybris-egl-server for the rest; fix 0001-WebContents-provide-additional-features-from-window..patch; fix patch directory; fix Sync call patch; refresh patches for 5.12; refresh patches for 5.12.5 raspberrypi4-64: fix TUNE_PKGARCH_64 rdxd: Drop stub and add the real thing.; Add missing PROVIDES README: update to depend on master branches Remove AOL & ICQ protocol plugins Revert \”hammerhead: temporarily disable gobject introspection\” Revert \”meta-hp: initramfs-boot-android: move Fix-userdata-mount-options.patch to meta-webos-ports\” SANITY_TESTED_DISTROS: drop ubuntu-16.04 sdl2-opengles-test: build only sdl2_opengles2_test for all rpi MACHINEs; Fix typo in license file.; Switch to new repo and update to latest version sensorfw: bump SRCREV and make it more generic; fix orientation matrix for pinephone serviceinstaller: Switch to OSE version + our patch shadow-sysroot: rename bbappend to match new version sleepd: add powerd as RDEPENDS snappy: import from OSE and add as a dependency to leveldb; use newer 1.1.7 version from meta-oe storaged: Add PV Switch from branch= to WEBOS_GIT_PARAM_BRANCH systemd: disable networkd and resolved.; fix boot for old kernels; fix build without resolved; rebase patches to apply on 237 version; rebase patches to apply on 241; update Disable-ProtectHome-and-ProtectSystem-for-old-kernel.patch to apply on 239 version; Update mmc patch; update persistent-storage-rule-mmc-partname.patch to apply on 234 version systemd-conf: disable key handling in logind.conf systemd-machine-units: regroup xiaomi identical service files; fix bluetooth for hammerhead; fix bluetooth for mako; mido: fix Bluetooth; rosy: fix Bluetooth; rosy: fix wlan module loading; tissot: fix Bluetooth systemd-serialgetty: disable SERIAL_CONSOLES on LuneOS’s qemu; drop weird bbappend tzdata: rename bbappend to apply on renamed recipe ubx-utils: fix file-rdeps QA udev-extraconf: override automount.rules with empty rules file; tissot, rosy: add touchscreen0 rule unused: remove long unused recipes and bbclasses uriparser: Upgrade to 0.9.3 Various components: Move back to webOS-ports fork Various fixes for systemd vboxguestdrivers: backport 5.2.22 from meta-oe; unblacklist but install only vboxguest and vboxsf modules VoiceCall: Bump SRCREV & drop patch; Bump version to latest from upstream and refresh patches; Drop patches since our changes are merged upstream; fix DEVICELOCK handling wayland: limit do_install_append only for target webos_{lttng,pmlog_config}.bbclass: move to the right layer webos_configure_manifest.bbclass, webos_system_bus.bbclass: replace some warnings with notes webos_configure_manifest.bbclass: move to the right layer webos_nyx_module_provider.bbclass: enable NYXMOD_OW_MSMMTP by default webos_test_provider.bbclass: move to meta-luneui webos-connman-adapter: bump SRCREV webos-initscripts, org.webosports.cdav, app-services, bootd, com.webos.service.pdm, db8, enyo-1.0, mojoservice-framework, mojomail: Bump SRCREV webos-initscripts.bb: Fix inherit webos-initscripts: don’t include systemd-machine-units in sstate signature; fix startup sequence for webOS-OSE; Fix whitespace issues webos-keyboard: fix LS2 for webOS-OSE; Bump SRCREV wifi-module-load: fix sleep call in systemd service luneos-components: Update Qt version to 5.12.5; 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