Travis CI now allows you to run your own Docker containers to perform automated builds. This means embedded software developers making use of unusual toolchains can take advantage of cloud-based CI tools which previously frequently only offered a selection of “standard” toolchains: ruby, JS etc.
Now up on my Docker Hub profile is a Docker container for Linux DM36x builds. It contains a complete development environment for building DM365/DM368 Linux kernels, applications etc.… Continue reading
Anyone keen to experiment with Atomthreads RTOS development can now download a ready-made Docker container that contains a full development environment including compilers and simulators: https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/kelvinlawson/atomthreads/