Are there any command-line compiler tools available for setting up continuous integration servers?
Related: Any Linux or Mac support for compiling and/or flashing over JTAG!?
Apologies for our delayed response. Unfortunately we currently don't have any support in CCES for debugging and running a .dxe through the command line.
A third-party plugins for Automation exist for the Eclipse IDE (on which CCES is built) these can only interact with the Eclipse IDDE and cannot interact with the debugger. This means they cannot load DXEs or run/halt targets, etc, which would be a requirement for automated unit testing.
There is a Third Party product called TESSY - from one of our partners, Razorcat - that supports CrossCore Embedded Studio for Unit Testing. More information is available at the links below:
Refer the thread in E-Zone linked below for building a project from command-line in CCES:
Also, refer CCES help section: Help > Contents > CrossCore(r) Embedded Studio > Integrated Development Environment > Managing CCES Projects > Building a Project > Command-Line Builder Switch Summaries.
> Any Linux or Mac support for compiling and/or flashing over JTAG!?
As of now we have no plans for Linux or MAC support.
Can we request this as a feature-update in the near future. That is to allow command-line execution + flashing without any need of a 3rd party dependency, nor the requirement of eclipse running.
For us this is very important as we'll using it for both continuous testing and also in factory setups.
This was actually possible with the former VisualDSP++ compiler and flasher.
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