Just thinking out loud below so please bear with me if I'm just stating
Chris Paterson <Chris.Paterson2@renesas.com> writes:
Hello,I think CIP-core shouldn't be thought of as a complete filesystem, butFrom: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>Okay. I'm thinking that we aren't going to be able to escape having a
the base components that should exist as part of any CIP system.
As it is, it's unlikely that any real product will need only the
functionality provided by CIP core.
If that makes sense, then we should make it easy to create derived
images / filesystems that include additional software as needed for the
task at hand, e.g., testing CIP kernels.
In addition, there is a need to test the functionality provided by the
core components, i.e., CIP-core packages along with relevant kernels on
supported devices. As yet, I don't think these tests exist (or even
But I'm new to the project so am very likely missing things.