|author||Taylor Cramer <email@example.com>||Fri May 24 21:51:10 2019 +0000|
|committer||CQ bot account: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>||Fri May 24 21:51:10 2019 +0000|
Revert "[peridot][modular] Switch to new Cobalt 1.0 project." This reverts commit 3cfae00e2f3d0ccaaa702743ae7eb2fdaef0376e. Reason for revert: Suspected of causing FLK-292 Original change's description: > [peridot][modular] Switch to new Cobalt 1.0 project. > > Cobalt 0.1 has already been turned down so currently Cobalt is silently > discarding all of the data we are logging to it. > > This CL moves us over to our new Cobalt 1.0 project so Cobalt will start > producing reports for us again. > > Additionally, this removes the last use of Cobalt 0.1 from the Fuchsia > codebase allowing Cobalt to delete its Cobalt 0.1 code, thereby > greatly simplifying the Cobalt FIDL service and making it easier to test. > > CB-316 #comment Removing last use Cobalt 0.1 > > In more detail this CL does the following: > > - Switches from the old Cobalt 0.1 project to the new Cobalt 1.0 project > - Switches the mechanism used to connect to Cobalt. We no longer need to > pass the bytes of our metric registry in a VMO. Now we only reference > our project by name and rely on the global registry to have our project. > - Deletes the numeric constants and enums that correspond to the values > in the metrics registry. Instead we use the constants and enums that > are automatically generated by the Cobalt registry parser. > - Switches the mechanism by which we connect to Cobalt in another way: We > replace the deprecated component::StartupContext with the new > sys::ComponentContext. > > TEST=Ran modular_integration_tests and peridot_tests > > Change-Id: I40ca4e025d0a4d2b809e3f87dfbaa2d9d9ad5fa5 TBRfirstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org Change-Id: I052c669024ff6b7ddef3e27f9fe24a48503fc45d No-Presubmit: true No-Tree-Checks: true No-Try: true
Pink + Purple == Fuchsia (a new operating system)
Fuchsia is a modular, capability-based operating system. Fuchsia runs on modern 64-bit Intel and ARM processors.
Fuchsia is an open source project with a code of conduct that we expect everyone who interacts with the project to respect.
See Getting Started.
See the documentation.