POWER_HINT_LAUNCH_BOOST is not declared in this scope!

While building AOKP 7.1.2 for the kltevwz (the Verizon Samsung Galaxy S5), I ran into this error:

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device/qcom/common/power/power-8974.c:143:17: error: ‘POWER_HINT_LAUNCH_BOOST’ was not declared in this scope …….Edited for space…….. make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs….

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So, I headed over to device/qcom/common/power/power-8974.c, and this is what I saw:

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if (hint == POWER_HINT_LAUNCH_BOOST) {
int duration = 2000;
int resources[] = { CPUS_ONLINE_MIN_3,
CPU0_MIN_FREQ_TURBO_MAX, CPU1_MIN_FREQ_TURBO_MAX,
CPU2_MIN_FREQ_TURBO_MAX, CPU3_MIN_FREQ_TURBO_MAX };

interaction(duration, ARRAY_SIZE(resources), resources);

return HINT_HANDLED;
}

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Looked pretty normal to me. However, when comparing to LineageOS’s 14.1 files, I saw that they dropped the “boost” from the name of the hint. So I edited mine to match, like so:

[CODE]

if (hint == POWER_HINT_LAUNCH) {
int duration = 2000;
int resources[] = { CPUS_ONLINE_MIN_3,
CPU0_MIN_FREQ_TURBO_MAX, CPU1_MIN_FREQ_TURBO_MAX,
CPU2_MIN_FREQ_TURBO_MAX, CPU3_MIN_FREQ_TURBO_MAX };

interaction(duration, ARRAY_SIZE(resources), resources);

return HINT_HANDLED;
}

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And, it built that part successfully! I like the easy problems!

Linux – keep it simple.

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