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Make your CIPD package visible to Fuchsia developers

After uploading a prebuilt package to CIPD, to make it available to Fuchsia developers, you need to update a Jiri manifest listed under ${FUCHSIA_DIR}/integration/.

Do the following:

  • Locate the manifest file in ${FUCHSIA_DIR}/integration/.

  • Determine the Jiri checkout path. This should be under ${FUCHSIA_DIR}/prebuilt/ with a path reflecting the CIPD one.

    For example, ${FUCHSIA_DIR}/prebuilt/third_party/ninja/linux-x64/ is used for the package at CIPD path fuchsia/third_party/ninja/linux-amd64 (notice that they use different conventions for the CPU architecture).

  • Add or update the Jiri manifest entry appropriately (see other existing entries for examples).

    For instance, the following entry is for the QEMU emulator binary:

    <package name="fuchsia/third_party/qemu/${platform}"
             version="git_revision:533bf2563d0213a7e002d9fcde75519d30ffa70f,1"
             platforms="linux-amd64,linux-arm64,mac-amd64"
             path="prebuilt/third_party/qemu/{{.OS}}-{{.Arch}}"/>
    

    Notice the following in the example above:

    • The name attribute points to the CIPD package path where ${platform} expands to a string matching the CIPD-compatible host platform name (for example, linux-amd64).

    • The version attribute points to a CIPD tag for the package's revision to download.

    • The path attribute points to the checkout path under ${FUCHSIA_DIR}. This attribute uses a special pattern that expands to a Fuchsia-compatible system and CPU architecture names for developers or infrastructure bot machines (for example, linux-x64).

    • The platforms attribute is optional and restricts the list of supported build platforms (Jiri doesn't download this specific package on unlisted systems).

  • If necessary, update the Jiri lock files for the Fuchsia project.

  • Create a new branch under integration (or whatever directory contains your Jiri manifest for prebuilts) that includes your manifest change (and jiri.lock changes if required) and upload it to Gerrit for review.