OpenXC Vehicle Interface Firmware
|Keywords:||vehicle, openxc, embedded|
The OpenXC vehicle interface (VI) firmware runs on a microcontroller connected to one or more CAN buses. It receives either all CAN messages or a filtered subset, performs any unit conversion or factoring required and outputs a generic version to a USB interface.
For the full build instructions, see the documentation.
- Make sure you release the Python library first if there are any updates
script/bootstrap/ci-requirements.txtto use released version at PyPI (i.e. the requirement should be
- Make sure you release the openxc-message-format library first if there are any updates
- Update the src/libs/openxc-message-format with
git submodule update --remote
- Checkout next branch and make edits.
- Bump the version using semantic versioning in
- Checkout master, merge in next
- Run 'fab release', say yes to the tag and use the format
- This will run the test suite, tag, and push to GitHub
- Checkout the next branch, and edit the same files to change the version to the
next development release (one patch release up with the
- Go to https://github.com/openxc/vi-firmware/releases and promote the tag you
just created to a new release - copy and paste the changelog into the
- Attach the
releasesdirectory to the release on GitHub
- Attach the
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