Can anyone please provide the complete details about trunk folder in hierarchy format.?
Unfortunately, the documentation you request just doesn't exist at this time. However, I'll give you some information to get you started:
ri/RI_Platform : Root directory for the RI Platform (set-top-box emulator for PC Windows and Linux:
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/tools : 3rd party open source libraries used by the stack build process, tests, and the stack itself
This is obviously not an exhaustive list of all areas of the repository, but it encompasses the most significant pieces used by porting teams.
Thanks a lot for your valuable reply.
I got the answer.
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.
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