Question regarding the AQW demo project at https://github.com/circuitdojo/air-quality-wing-zephyr-demo. Upon cloning this project, and invoking
west init, assuming I am using the same cross-compile toolchain, is this project build-able by a single command?
In other words, the AQW driver which is referenced as a separate git repo in AQW demo’s west.yml file will be built at the correct time when command to build the demo is issued?
I would like to test this out, which could save me this post to the forum. However, my instance of Zephyr and SDK are located in a different path locally compared to those expressed in the demo. Local copy of Zephyr may be at the same version, but I’m trying to avoid pulling down Zephyr RTOS sources with every example project I explore (a downloading which
west init normally insists on doing), as Zephyr is nearly 3GB of sources and supporting files. Also, my toolchain variant happens to be ‘zephyr’ rather than ‘gnuarmemb’.
Due to these SDK and toolchain differences I’m not able to build Jared Wolff’s AQW demo out of the box. I’ll need to figure out a way to override the SDK and toolchain settings on a per project basis, at a shell prompt, to build and move more freely between Zephyr projects I find out in the community.