ApolloX TorizonCore Builder project template support for 'tcb bundle'

I’ve been trying the new ApolloX with the TorizonCore Builder project template.
I’m able to customize a little bit tcbuild.yaml and run tcb-build task.
When I worked directly with tcb CLI, I use a docker-compose.yml configurtation file and bundle command, as described here.

It seems that bundle is not yet suported in the ApolloX with the TorizonCore Builder project template.
Can you confirm?
Do you know when it will be available?

Thanks

Hi @vix

nice to know that you are also evaluating or TorizonCore Builder VS Code integration.

Yeah, you are correct, there is no wrapper in the tasks to the bundle command. I will add this on the tasks. I will notify you here when we have it added (even today).

Best regards,

Hey @vix

we updated the TorizonCore Builder extension to v0.0.7.

:warning: To use the bundle command it’s need to update the extension and the template. Please create a new project.

Now there are these new tasks in the Tasks Runner view:

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The tcb-bundle task will list the .yml files from the root of the workspace to be selected and used by the command:

The tcb-bundle-platform task will also list the .yml files from the root of the workspace to be selected, and an additional list to select the image architecture (this will be useful if the image is a multi architecture one and the user should use the --platform parameter):

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The tcb-bundle-platform-dind-param task will also list the .yml files from the root of the workspace to be selected, the additional list to select the image architecture and an input to type the --dind-param arguments if needed:

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Let me know if this sounds good to you, or if you have any feedback or suggestions, I would appreciate it.

Best Regards,

Hi @matheus.castello
is the new release v0.0.7 already available for WSL?
My VS Code in WSL doesn’t see it and it stays on v0.0.6
VS Code on Linux upgraded to v0.0.7

Hey @vix

yeah, it’s already available, in fact there is no way to not release for WSL. WSL and Linux use the same package.

Best Regards,

Not sure why, but VS Code in WSL doesn’t see the new release yet.
I uninstalled the extension, and then I see it’s possible to install the v0.0.7.
I installed it successfully.

Maybe it depends on the marketplace (I don’t know how it works).
I add this in case is useful for someone else.

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Hi @vix !

Did reinstalling solve your issue?

If yes, please mark the solution in the thread :slight_smile:

Best regards,