[Genivi-ipc] Extending meta-ivi-test with a test that generates CAPI code during build
Konopelko, Pavel (P.)
pkonopel at visteon.com
Thu Jun 9 13:40:56 EDT 2016
As discussed previously, I created a pull request for meta-ivi . It includes three patches:
c55c45f common-api: introduce native recipes for core and dbus
4f0454f common-api: add capicxx-perf test
3c833bd common-api: introduce native recipe for someip
The last two patches (4f0454f and 3c833bd) can be applied on top of c55c45f independently. The native recipes allow using Common API C++ generators as a part of the tool chain on the build host. They rely on pre-built generators being available through the CAPIC++ update site.
The recipe capicxx-perf builds two executables (client and server) that rely on CAPIC++ with the D-Bus backend. It invokes the code generators during the build and can be used to [smoke-] test both the CAPIC++ runtime and tools for core and D-Bus.
The recipe capicxx-someip-native can be optionally added to support SOME/IP code generator. It is not required by capicxx-perf, though.
What do you think?
Please note that the proposed new recipes use the recently agreed naming convention  for Common API projects (which is unfortunately at odds with the one currently used by meta-ivi). I would propose to align by adopting the names capicxx-core, capicxx-dbus and capicxx-someip for the corresponding CAPIC++ runtime component recipes.
Moving other existing CAPIC++ tests (built by common-api-test) will require more work in collaboration with the CAPIC++ maintainers and other interested parties (see e.g. ). This can be done in separate steps.
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