Using CMake Templates

You can use CMake templates in a cross-compilation environment or from BitBake recipes.

Using CMake Templates in a Cross-Compilation Environment

Beginning with the Grumpy Guppy, version 7, the CMakeAfbTemplates CMake module is installed by default in the SDKs supplied by AGL. Consequently, you do not need to take steps to install the modules.

Following are links to the latest SDKs on the AGL master branch:

Using CMake Templates from BitBake Recipes

If you have developed an application and you want to include it in an AGL image, you must add a BitBake recipe in one of the following layers:

Once you have the recipe in place, edit it to include the following line to cause the aglwgt class to be inherited:

inherit aglwgt

Following is an example that uses the HVAC application recipe (i.e., which builds the HVAC application:

SUMMARY     = "HVAC Service Binding"
DESCRIPTION = "AGL HVAC Service Binding"
HOMEPAGE    = ""
SECTION     = "apps"

LICENSE     = "Apache-2.0"
LIC_FILES_CHKSUM = "file://LICENSE;md5=ae6497158920d9524cf208c09cc4c984"

SRC_URI = "gitsm://;protocol=https;branch=${AGL_BRANCH}"

PV = "1.0+git${SRCPV}"
S  = "${WORKDIR}/git"

DEPENDS = "json-c"
RDEPENDS_${PN} += "agl-service-identity-agent"

inherit cmake aglwgt pkgconfig

The following links provide more examples of recipes that use the CMake templates: