Prepare your project to start developing
Now that you tested a couple of ready-made configuration files with example modules, you can start building your own configuration files and developing your own modules. Before to do this, anyway, you should prepare a directory structure that will contain your project, that is outside the OpenRDK tree.
NOTE: in order for your project to be aware of the position of the OpenRDK and in order to be able to use the commands below, you have to run
$ . setenv
in the OpenRDK source directory, every time you open a new console. If you want to avoid this boring need, you can follow the instruction at the end of the Building section and make it automatic.
Advised directory structure of your project
Although you can arrange your directory as you like, our advice is to make it like the following:
How to prepare the building system and make it aware of the OpenRDK location
Now, go in the root of your source tree (in this case, it is
$ cmake .
so that CMake starts generating the