Bundles are GN group labels that provide common major groups of features. They can be included into one of the dependency sets.
When using the
fx set command, bundles are most commonly added to the
universe dependency set by use of the
--with flag. See fx build
configuration for more information.
More information on the currently available bundles can be found in
toolscontains a broad array of the most common developer tools. This includes tools for spawning components from command-line shells, tools for reconfiguring and testing networks, making http requests, debugging programs, changing audio volume, and so on.
testscauses all test programs to be built. Most test programs can be invoked using
run-test-componenton the device, or via
kitchen_sinkis a target that causes all other build targets to be included. It is useful when testing the impact of core changes, or when making large scale changes in the code base. It also may be a fun configuration for enthusiasts to play with, as it includes all software available in the source tree. Note that kitchen sink will produce more than 20GB of build artifacts and requires at least 2GB of storage on the target device (size estimates from Q1/2019).
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