Not really... No source download... Also it's strange that he could do a clean port so fast without any sources...
I think he did the same as my Bluetooth filesystem, build a generic version and add back original low-level library.
This method is fast but will always be full of bugs and advancements will be very hard.
oh, it's strange that you could say "it's strange, full of bugs, etc" without my CWM/CM7 experience
my CWM/CM7 have issues, but they are (almost) not related to kernel source availability. kernel source will be required when I want to make advancement to kernel, but kernel source is not required to make CWM/CM7.
and, only one "generic" CWM/CM7 source is available on the net. "Android SDK specialized for A10" is not available, and it's absolutely different to CWM/CM7 source. if you know any CWM/CM7 source which supports A10, please tell me.
then, to make functional CWM/CM7 for some SoC which is not supported yet, a lot of time and effort (and many other things) are required. proprietary binary blobs need to be added to "generic" CM source. I don't know another way to make new CM7 port.
is there any reason to say my effort is wrong? if any other people can do it much better way, please tell me. then I can stop my work and I just wait other people's output
Edited by fun_, 16 December 2011 - 11:38 AM.