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=='''OpenPLi - Git commands'''==
=='''OpenPLi - Git commands'''==
Here is the link to [[git-commands | <span style="color:SteelBlue">'''some basic git commands'''</span>]]
Here is the link to some basic [[git-commands | <span style="color:SteelBlue">'''git commands'''</span>]].

Revision as of 10:44, 2 January 2019

'I'm a developer, is there any technical info available from the PLi® team?

Welcome and tell your developer friends about us

Yes and welcome aboard! If you have specific question, you can use our PLi® Third Party Development forum to ask it. You will find we are most accommodating.

This page is about software development using OpenEmbedded-core. If you're looking for the text that used to be on the this page, it's now called developer-information-old.

Create your own build

See also this forum post on setting up a development environment: http://openpli.org/forums/topic/18806-openpli-quick-setup-ubuntudebian/

Basically, it boils down to this:

Run Linux. Most of us use the latest Ubuntu desktop release, I suggest you do the same, if you don't know what to pick.

Install prerequisite packages, as described here: http://www.openembedded.org/wiki/OEandYourDistro For Ubuntu, that's:

 sudo apt-get install sed wget cvs subversion git-core \
  coreutils unzip texi2html texinfo docbook-utils \
  gawk python-pysqlite2 diffstat help2man make gcc build-essential g++ \
  desktop-file-utils chrpath default-jre gettext zip

Clone the openpli repository: git clone git:...

Setup the environment cd openpli-oe-core MACHINE=xxXXXX make

Build your first image MACHINE=xxXXXX make image

OpenPLi - Git commands

Here is the link to some basic git commands.