TWRP-ify AOSP code

Pull in most TWRP sources
Stub out partition management code
Make it compile -- probably will not boot
Kind of a mess but have to start somewhere
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+ * Copyright (C) 2009 The Android Open Source Project
+ *
+ * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
+ * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
+ * You may obtain a copy of the License at
+ *
+ *
+ *
+ * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+ * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+ * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
+ * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+ * limitations under the License.
+ */
+#ifndef _RECOVERY_UI_H
+#define _RECOVERY_UI_H
+// Called when recovery starts up.  Returns 0.
+extern int device_recovery_start();
+// Called in the input thread when a new key (key_code) is pressed.
+// *key_pressed is an array of KEY_MAX+1 bytes indicating which other
+// keys are already pressed.  Return true if the text display should
+// be toggled.
+extern int device_toggle_display(volatile char* key_pressed, int key_code);
+// Called in the input thread when a new key (key_code) is pressed.
+// *key_pressed is an array of KEY_MAX+1 bytes indicating which other
+// keys are already pressed.  Return true if the device should reboot
+// immediately.
+extern int device_reboot_now(volatile char* key_pressed, int key_code);
+// Called from the main thread when recovery is waiting for input and
+// a key is pressed.  key is the code of the key pressed; visible is
+// true if the recovery menu is being shown.  Implementations can call
+// ui_key_pressed() to discover if other keys are being held down.
+// Return one of the defined constants below in order to:
+//   - move the menu highlight (HIGHLIGHT_*)
+//   - invoke the highlighted item (SELECT_ITEM)
+//   - do nothing (NO_ACTION)
+//   - invoke a specific action (a menu position: any non-negative number)
+extern int device_handle_key(int key, int visible);
+// Perform a recovery action selected from the menu.  'which' will be
+// the item number of the selected menu item, or a non-negative number
+// returned from device_handle_key().  The menu will be hidden when
+// this is called; implementations can call ui_print() to print
+// information to the screen.
+extern int device_perform_action(int which);
+// Called when we do a wipe data/factory reset operation (either via a
+// reboot from the main system with the --wipe_data flag, or when the
+// user boots into recovery manually and selects the option from the
+// menu.)  Can perform whatever device-specific wiping actions are
+// needed.  Return 0 on success.  The userdata and cache partitions
+// are erased after this returns (whether it returns success or not).
+int device_wipe_data();
+#define NO_ACTION           -1
+#define HIGHLIGHT_UP        -2
+#define HIGHLIGHT_DOWN      -3
+#define SELECT_ITEM         -4
+#define UP_A_LEVEL          -5
+#define HOME_MENU           -6
+#define MENU_MENU           -7
+// Again, just to keep custom recovery builds happy
+#define ITEM_APPLY_CACHE     4
+// Header text to display above the main menu.
+extern char* MENU_HEADERS[];
+// Text of menu items.
+extern char* MENU_ITEMS[];
+// NOTE: Main Menu index definitions moved to recovery.c
+int sdcard_directory(const char* path);
+int get_menu_selection(char** headers, char** items, int menu_only, int initial_selection);
+void prompt_and_wait();
+void finish_recovery(const char *send_intent);