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Basement

These basement project is a collection of useful recipes and classes that can be used by other projects. Most importantly it provides standard classes to handle common build systems and other standard tasks. Additionally a standard sandbox and common GCC toolchains are ready-to-use.

Prerequisites

  • A x86_64 system with the regular development tools installed
    • gcc >= 5.x
    • bash
    • POSIX awk (GNU awk version >= 3.1.5)
    • GNU m4
    • GNU make >= 3.80
    • perl >= 5.6.1
    • GNU tar
    • gzip
    • bzip2
    • rsync
    • xz-utils
  • Bleeding edge Bob Build Tool (https://github.com/BobBuildTool/bob)

How to build

Actually there isn't much to build directly in this repository. Head over to one of the examples to see how this repository is used:

In tests/linux there are a couple of recipes that build small test packages which use the basement layer. They act as smoke tests for this project.

How to use

First you need to add the basement layer to your project. To do so add a layers entry to config.yaml:

bobMinimumVersion: "0.15"
layers:
    - basement

and then add this repository as submodule to your project:

$ git submodule add https://github.com/BobBuildTool/basement.git layers/basement

To use all facilities of the basement project you just need to inherit the basement::rootrecipe class in your root recipe:

inherit: [ "basement::rootrecipe" ]

This will make your recipe a root recipe and already setup the sandbox with a proper host toolchain. See the next chapter what tools and toolchains are readily available.

Provided tools and toolchains

The following tools can be used by naming them in {checkout,build,package}Tools:

  • bison
  • cpio
  • flex
  • make
  • pkg-config
  • squashfs-tools
  • e2fsprogs

The following cross compiling toolchains are available pre-configured. If you need other targets you can depend on devel::cross-toolchain directly and configure it as you like.

  • devel::cross-toolchain-aarch64-linux-gnu: ARMv8-A AArch64 Linux with glibc.
  • devel::cross-toolchain-arm-linux-gnueabihf: ARMv7-A Linux with glibc. Hard floating point ABI.
  • devel::cross-toolchain-arm-none-eabi: ARMv7 bare metal toolchain with newlib libc.
  • devel::cross-toolchain-x86_64-linux-gnu: x86_64 toolchain for Linux with glibc.

To use a cross compiling toolchain include it where needed via:

depends:
    - name: <recipe name here>
      use: [tools, environment]
      forward: True

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