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Short description: Provide a method to allow the user to manually define an SDK when the definition does not exist. This will create the EMF data to recognize an SDK.

Priority: High

Owner: Kevin Horowitz

Status: Proposed

Community Review: Begin Review Feb. 21, 2007

Use-Case Specification:

1. Use Case Description This mechanism is intended to provide a simple way for the user to define a SDK when one is not found by the IDE when a device is created.

2. Basic Flow

  • B1: The user is creating either a "Runtime Target" or a "Device Platform."
  • B2: They see that the one they want is not defined already.
  • B3: They go to add a new platform, and defines the root directory for the platform.
  • B4: The system does not match any predefined rules for runtimes, and prompts the user to enter all of the required data for their platform:
    • Platform Data (name, ...)
    • Profile Data (name, library, ...)
    • Configuration Data (name, library, ...) [ This is optional since not all systems separate out the configuration library
    • Device Data (name, ...)
    • Optional API Data (name, ...)
  • B5: The user completes the addition by selecting the device for the runtime, and completing the configuration.
  • B6: User uses the SDK in a project.

3. Alternate Flows

Alternate Flow : Device is not defined, but is already a know type of device. (Default example is a UEI device.)

  • A1: The user goes to configure a device that is not defined already.
  • A2: The user adds a new platform, and defines the root directory for the platform.
  • A3: The platform matches one of the defined definitions, and the user is prompted to select the device for the runtime, and complete the configuration.

4. Preconditions

  • The user has installed all the needed vendor SDKs in known locations.

5. Postconditions

  • The user creates a project using the SDK definition.

6. Extension Points

  • None

7. Special Requirements

  • None

8. Additional Information

  • None


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