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    Allow customizing WearRecoveryUI via Makefile variables. · 016120f3
    Tao Bao authored
    With the following Makefile variables, we can reduce the work of writing
    (copy/pasting) device-specific WearRecoveryUI classes.
    
    The list of Makefile variables (the ones useful for Wear devices):
    - TARGET_RECOVERY_UI_MARGIN_HEIGHT (default: 0)
    - TARGET_RECOVERY_UI_MARGIN_WIDTH (default: 0)
      Specify the margin space that we don't want to display texts. They
      replace the former outer_width and outer_height.
    
    - TARGET_RECOVERY_UI_TOUCH_LOW_THRESHOLD (default: 50)
    - TARGET_RECOVERY_UI_TOUCH_HIGH_THRESHOLD (default: 90)
      Specify the sensitivity of recognizing a swipe. Devices give absolute
      positions, so for some devices we need to adjust the thresholds.
    
    - TARGET_RECOVERY_UI_PROGRESS_BAR_BASELINE
      Specify the progress bar vertical position, which should be adjusted
      to the actual height of a device. It replaces the former
      progress_bar_y.
    
    - TARGET_RECOVERY_UI_ANIMATION_FPS (default: 30)
      Specify the animation FPS if using device-specific animation images.
      It replaces the former animation_fps.
    
    Devices can specify "TARGET_RECOVERY_UI_LIB := librecovery_ui_wear",
    with optionally defined Makefile vars above, in BoardConfig.mk to
    customize their WearRecoveryUI.
    
    Also remove the obsolete wear_touch.{cpp,h}, which has been merged into
    ui.cpp in commit 5f8dd9951d986b65d98d6a9ea38003427e9e46df.
    
    Bug: 64307776
    Test: Change the device BoardConfig.mk and test recovery image.
    Change-Id: Id0fb2d4e3977ab5ddd31e71f9535470cab70e41b
    (cherry picked from commit 0470ceea381775b09eee931858c3320be88cc637)
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