Commit 9985aea8 authored by Oliver Horst's avatar Oliver Horst
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[chg] Updated the required packages and supported distributions sections

parent bc66a768
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* git
* python3 >= 3.6
* python3-pip
* repo
Python/pip dependencies:
* automat
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For Ubuntu based systems, please run:
```bash
$ sudo apt-get install curl dialog git python3 python3-pip
$ sudo apt-get install curl dialog git python3 python3-pip repo
$ sudo pip3 install automat pythondialog mako in_place urllib3
```
To prepare the setup you shall furthermore obtain a personal access token from GitLab with at least 'api' and 'read_repository' access rights. This token is needed in the following steps of the setup process.
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The script will download and setup the toki build- and test-environment within the folder you are executing it in, it will guide you through the setup process. The script will ask you to provide once again your personal GitLab access token, to clone all repositories, this token will be stored in a file called 'secrets.txt' (only accessible by your user) for future calls to the toki helper scripts.
Currently, Yocto only supports Ubuntu 16.04 based systems and thus toki copies this requirement. Nevertheless, we have tested the toki environment successfully on Ubuntu 18.04 and do support other distributions through the means of a tailored Docker container. Please read the section ['toki on non Ubuntu distributions'](#toki-docker) for details on how-to setup the Docker container for toki.
Currently, Yocto only supports Ubuntu based systems and thus toki copies this requirement. We've successfully tested toki on top Ubuntu 16.04 (xenial) and Ubuntu 18.04 (bionic). Nevertheless, toki also supports other distributions through the means of a tailored Docker container. Please read the section ['toki on non Ubuntu distributions'](#toki-docker) for details on how-to setup the Docker container for toki on your system.
In the next section ['toki folder structure'](#toki-folders), the folder structure created by the setup script is explained. Section ['How-to use toki'](#toki-usage) continues with instructions on how-to use toki and Section ['Setting up your IDE for toki'](#toki-ide) provides you with an insight on how-to setup your IDE for developing and debugging with toki.
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