Extensions to the Wayland protocol for InVehicle Infotainment
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* upstream/pull/100
  weston: bump required weston version to 5.0
  ivi-input: use core API to send keymaps
  Due to clone mode infrastructure added by Pekka Paalanen weston_output is actually a entry to weston_head.

  Acked-by: Eugen Friedrich <efriedrich@de.adit-jv.com>
Latest commit 9acdaa1 Oct 19, 2018


Sections in this file describe:
- How to build
- Example applications
- How to test

How to build on different platforms

- Weston
- CMake required (version 2.6 or higher)
- Open GLES and EGL for example applications
- Gtest for the test suite

Build up
1. Pull the current codebase form the git repo
   E.g. git clone https://github.com/GENIVI/wayland-ivi-extension.git

2. Create a build directory
   E.g mkdir build_ivi_extension

3. In <build-dir> Generate build system for your platform using CMake.
   E.g. cd <build-dir>
        cmake -DCMAKE_TOOLCHAIN_FILE=<your setting *.cmake> ../

4. Start the build and install
   E.g. sudo make install

Example applications
- Modify weston.ini to use ivi-shell.so


- Set Environmental values
    export XDG_RUNTIME_DIR=/var/run/<your user name>/1000
    export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=<your installation path>/lib 

Start-up Weston:
   Example: <your installation path>/bin/weston

Start-up HMI helper:
   Example: <your installation path>/bin/layer-add-surfaces 1000 1

   Example: <your installation path>/bin/EGLWLMockNavigation

How to test
1. Build the testsuite by setting BUILD_ILM_API_TESTS option.
   Example: cmake -DBUILD_ILM_API_TESTS
2. After starting up Weston run the testsuite.
   Example: <your installation path>/bin/ivi-layermanagement-api-test