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Project Mu Configuration Repository

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Commit: 24ec6a94da5b22e22faf361edac7e9b83dc58495
Commit Date: 2024-04-12 23:25:31 +0000

This MU Configuration feature repo contains the generic Config Editor tools from Intel's Slim Bootloader repo. This code should be consumed as needed for firmware configuration update feature support.

Repository Philosophy

Like other Project MU feature repositories, the Configuration feature repo does not strictly follow the EDKII releases, but instead has a continuous main branch which will periodically receive cherry-picks of needed changes from EDKII. For stable builds, release tags will be used instead to determine commit hashes at stable points in development. Release branches may be created as needed to facilitate a specific release with needed features, but this should be avoided.

Consuming the MU Configuration Feature Package

Since this project does not follow the release fork model, the code should be consumed from a release hash and should be consumed as a extdep in the platform repo. To include, create a file named feature_config_ext_dep.yaml desired release tag hash. This could be in the root of the project or in a subdirectory as desired.

  "scope": "global",
  "type": "git",
  "name": "FEATURE_CONFIG",
  "var_name": "FEATURE_CONFIG_PATH",
  "source": "",
  "version": "<RELEASE HASH>",
  "flags": ["set_build_var"]

Setting the the var_name and the set_build_var flags will allow the build scripts to reference the extdep location. To make sure that the package is discoverable for the build, the following line should also be added to the build configurations GetPackagesPath list.

shell_environment.GetBuildVars().GetValue("FEATURE_CONFIG_PATH", "")

Note: If using pytool extensions older then version 0.17.0 you will need to append the root path to the build variable string.

After this the package should be discoverable to can be used in the build like any other dependency.

Code of Conduct

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct

For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact <>_. with any additional questions or comments.


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