#112 review feedback (David) in favor of PR154 (attribute setting “never” preferred over “undesireable”)
Feedback Generator Concept:
skipped - people need more time to review consequences of the proposed changes
#351 rejected - can be solved differently + nice to have → update documentation and schema to restrict attribute “define” to a single macro
#466 no progress - people are asked to make time to review
#450 agreed to park and restart based on complex csolution examples. Concerns are over growing complexity vs. essential reuse and mapping of existing use case scenarios
#76 → strongly linked to generator - therefore parked
Documentation updated to address:
#128, #142, #330, #156, #412, #313
=> implementation in csolution to catch up.
#157 Fred to confirm that doubts are “removed”
Updated documentation to clarify “Cvariant being optional”.
#296 discussed in more detail with Holt explaining the use case
=> adding a list of “modified” config files to the *cproject.yml and *clayer.yml is seen as a heavy burden on the maintainer
=> interim suggestion is to run csolution to generate *.cbuild.yml for tools to identify config files and their modifications
=> alternatively a tool could search for <filename>.current.@* files to identify configuration files in the project and then run a diff between the config file base and the corresponding <filename> file. If they differ, this file got modified.
#352 got clarified that any `csolution list` command shall have an optional output in a machine readable format (json file) to avoid tool integrations to require to parse freeform output.
#224 clarified ‘owner’ of the implementation by linking PR492 by Yves Linaro/NXP
IoT Worshop Examples
Presented by Reinhard.
These Examples, their use cases and their evolution will be used to guide specification and implementation decisions over the coming months.
A first version of the outlined examples to be available in about 2 weeks time
A decision has been made to store the example solution projects and layers in repositories github of the Open-CMSIS-Pack organization.