* Help the users of handicapped operating systems.
* All in fun...
@ -13,6 +13,16 @@ Docker image and environment. This eliminate most surprises in breakages by
by empowering developers and production builds to use the exact same
environment. The hope is that breakages will be caught earlier by the devs.
This only works (well) on Linux. Running this via `boot2docker` will result in
a very painful performacne hit due to VirtualBox's `vboxsf` shared folder
service which works terrible for **very** large builds like AOSP. It might
work, but consider youself warned. If you're aware of another way to get
around this, send a pull request!
For *Mac OS X* and *Windows* users, consider
[kylemanna/vagrant-aosp](https://github.com/kylemanna/vagrant-aosp) as a good
virtual machine to enable development.