Max Fierke

never met a *nix system I didn't want to be friends with

Acidify

Acidify was a wrapper for a number of scripts that compose the Android build system. It's purpose was to provide convenience for people building multiple versions of Android (such as CyanogenMod maintainers). It's original purpose was to make it easy for members of TeamAcid to switch between CyanogenMod versions with one command. It also provides a method for installing all the required packages needed for building Android (if using Ubuntu or Linux Mint), including CyanogenMod 7, 9, and the Android Open Kang Project. In addition, it supports local manifests, provides a function for deploying built OTA zips to the device, and uploading ready builds to Goo.im. The script is written in bash and is easily configurable.