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  1. chromebook-x64/
  2. common/
  3. emulation/
  4. kernel_cmdline/
  5. partitions/
  6. arm64.gni
  7. as370.gni
  8. av400.gni
  9. buckeye.gni
  11. chromebook-x64-dfv2.gni
  12. chromebook-x64-reduced-perf-variation.gni
  13. chromebook-x64.gni
  14. clover.gni
  15. imx8mmevk.gni
  16. OWNERS
  17. qemu-arm64.gni
  18. qemu-x64.gni
  20. toulouse.gni
  21. vim3-reduced-perf-variation.gni
  22. vim3.gni
  23. x64-dfv2.gni
  24. x64-reduced-perf-variation.gni
  25. x64.gni


The concept of a board comes from a circuit board with various integrated circuits mounted on it and the usage herein generally refers to a System on a Chip (SoC) board. This concept also extends to logical (or virtual) boards for which there is no physical board.

Common boards are based on arm64 or x64 CPUs. For convenience, this directory contains arm64.gni and x64.gni which are imported into other <board>.gni files.

Further details can be found at Boards and Products