Code Development Overview¶
First you will need to setup your UEFI development environment. Project Mu leverages most of the tools from TianoCore EDK2. We have streamlined the process for the tool chains and systems we use but our project's goals are to support various tool chains and development environments. For the best experience or for those new to UEFI and Project Mu we have provided guidance in our prerequisites page.
Next you will need to clone a repository or set of repositories to work on.
For core work (Project Mu Repos) you can clone the desired repo, make your changes, run CI builds, run your tests, and submit a PR.
For platform work (outside of Project Mu) you will need to clone the platform repository and then follow the platform setup process.
See details on the compile page for more information about CI builds and how to compile a package or platform.
Code should follow best practices. We are working to add some best practices on the requirements page. We also attempt to enforce these best practices thru our CI build process.
One area of focus for Project Mu is on testing. Firmware testing has traditionally been hard and very manual. With Project Mu and our recent contributions to Tianocore, we now have a unit test framework available to developers. Host based tests written in this framework will be automatically run during CI passes and are required for new contributions. Check out the testing page for more details.