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Here is some information about that project:
 
Here is some information about that project:
* git repository: https://github.com/TimesysGit/board-farm-rest-api
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* git repository: https://github.com/TimesysGit/board-farm-rest-api
* mailing list: under construction (use automated-testing list, or direct author contact for now)
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* mailing list: under construction (use automated-testing list, or direct author contact for now)
  
 
= Status =
 
= Status =
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At that time, the following had been accomplished and demonstrated:
 
At that time, the following had been accomplished and demonstrated:
* the API had been added to TimeSys' board farm server (https://bfc.timesys.com)
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* the API had been added to TimeSys' board farm server (https://bfc.timesys.com)
* a command line tool called 'ebf' had been developed
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* a command line tool called 'ebf' had been developed
* support for ebf was added to the Fuego test framework
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* support for ebf was added to the Fuego test framework
* a test was developed which used the API to executed a test in a lab-independent fashion
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* a test was developed which used the API to executed a test in a lab-independent fashion
* the test had been executed on a board in the TimeSys board farm from a LAVA system and a Fuego system
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* the test had been executed on a board in the TimeSys board farm from a LAVA system and a Fuego system
  
 
= Presentations =
 
= Presentations =
* [put presentation link here]
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* [upload presentation and put link here]
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** [add link to video here when it is available]

Revision as of 11:56, 22 October 2020

In Fall of 2020, TimeSys and Sony proposed a "board farm REST API" for managing boards in a lab.

Here is some information about that project:

Status

In October, 2020, Harish Bansal of TimeSys and Tim Bird of Sony gave a presentation about the API at Embedded Linux Conference Europe, 2020.

At that time, the following had been accomplished and demonstrated:

  • the API had been added to TimeSys' board farm server (https://bfc.timesys.com)
  • a command line tool called 'ebf' had been developed
  • support for ebf was added to the Fuego test framework
  • a test was developed which used the API to executed a test in a lab-independent fashion
  • the test had been executed on a board in the TimeSys board farm from a LAVA system and a Fuego system

Presentations

  • [upload presentation and put link here]
    • [add link to video here when it is available]