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rocky_peter
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Hi

Can anyone please provide the complete details about trunk folder in hierarchy format.?

Regards

A.Peter Jerald

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greg80303
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Unfortunately, the documentation you request just doesn't exist at this time. However, I'll give you some information to get you started:

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ri/RI_Platform : Root directory for the RI Platform (set-top-box emulator for PC Windows and Linux:

ri/RI_Platform/supportLibs
ri/RI_Platform/gstreamer
ri/RI_Platform/glib
ri/RI_Platform/uPnP : 3rd party open-source libraries used by the RI Platform

ri/RI_Platform/src : Root directory for RI Platform source code

ri/RI_Platform/install : Compiled binaries for the RI Platform are copied here. Win32 binaries for most 3rd party libs are pre-compiled and checked in here to cut down on compilation times.

ri/RI_Platform/target : Build configuration files for the various target platforms (e.g Win32, Linux)

ri/RI_Platform/hostconfig : Build configuration files for the various host development platforms

ri/ODLSrc/OCAP-1.0 : Root directory for the OCAP stack

ri/ODLSrc/OCAP-1.0/apps : Various QA test Xlets used by the project to validate/exercise functional areas of the stack

ri/ODLSrc/OCAP-1.0/bin : Compiled binaries and other build products are copied here

ri/ODLSrc/OCAP-1.0/hostconfig : Build configuration files for the various host development platforms

ri/ODLSrc/OCAP-1.0/java : Java source code for the OCAP stack. Subdirectories separate the base OCAP functionality and optional extensions

ri/ODLSrc/OCAP-1.0/jni : JNI source code for the OCAP stack

ri/ODLSrc/OCAP-1.0/jvm : Java Virtual Machine source code and build system

ri/ODLSrc/OCAP-1.0/mpe : C source code root for the OCAP stack.

ri/ODLSrc/OCAP-1.0/mpe/os : OCAP stack porting layer interfaces (/include) and port implementations go here

ri/ODLSrc/OCAP-1.0/target : Build configuration files for the various target platforms. Subdirectories help organize multiple ports (///)

ri/ODLSrc/OCAP-1.0/thirdparty
ri/ODLSrc/OCAP-1.0/tools : 3rd party open source libraries used by the stack build process, tests, and the stack itself

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This is obviously not an exhaustive list of all areas of the repository, but it encompasses the most significant pieces used by porting teams.

rocky_peter
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Joined: 2010-04-13

Hi

Thanks a lot for your valuable reply.

I got the answer.

Regards

A.Peter Jerald

dhooley
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Joined: 2008-04-23

As a starting point, please review the information on the main OCAP-RI project page and wiki, as well as the source code for a number of OCAP test applications which are provided in the source code repository. The code is intended to be self-documenting. If you have specific questions after digesting all of this material, please post those to this forum.