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Note:  The documentation in the Fuego repository is dated.  Please use the documentation on this wiki instead.

= =Quick Start= =

For a quick guide to getting started running a test, see
the [[Fuego Quickstart Guide]].

Here are some links to pages with more extensive documentation about Fuego
 * [[Glossary]]- defines some terms used in Fuego and Jenkins
 * [[Architecture]] - documents the overall architecture of Fuego
 * [[Jenkins User Interface]] - describes the user interface for Jenkins

== Basic Operations ==
Here are pages that describe various aspects of Fuego
 * [[Installing Fuego]]
 * [[Adding a board]]
 * [[Adding a toolchain]]
 * [[Adding test jobs to Jenkins]]
 * [[Adding views to Jenkins]]
 * [[Adding a new test]]
   * see also [[media:How-to-Add-Test-Cases-on-Fuego.pdf|How-to-Add-Test-Cases-on-Fuego.pdf]]
 * [[Using the qemuarm target]]
 * [[Test Specs and Plans]]
 * [[Using Batch Tests]]
 * [[Testplan Reference]]

== Developer Guide ==
 * [[Core interfaces]] - describes the interface between Jenkins and the Fuego core system
 * [[Test Script APIs]] - describes the APIs available for test scripts
 * [[Parser module API]] - describes the API for parsing test results
 * [[Dependencies]] - describes the Fuego test dependency system
 * [[Test variables]] - describes test variables feature in Fuego
 * [[Jenkins Plugins]] - list of Jenkins plugins preinstalled and used by Fuego, and an explanation of their usage
 * [[Fuego Object Details]] - describes different objects in the Fuego system, where they reside, and how they are related
 * [[Fuego directories]] - list of different fuego directories, and what each is used for
 * [[Release Process]] - a description of the Fuego release process, to keep Tim sane
 * [[Benchmark parser notes]] - a description of the benchmark data flow and parser
 * [[Jenkins Visualization]] - notes about the visualization of Fuego results in the Jenkins interface
 * [[Overlay Generation]] - notes about the overlay generator (used for board and distribution operations abstractions)
 * [[Adding or Customizing a Distribution]]

== Special Topics ==
 * [[Building Documentation]] - describes how to build the documentation
 * [[License And Contribution Policy]] - describes the license for using and contributing to Fuego
 * [[Integration with ttc]] - describes how to use 'ttc' with Fuego
   * If you don't know what 'ttc' is, then you can skip this
 * [[Updating Fuego]] - describes when to update Fuego, and how
   * In particular, you don't need to rebuild the docker container every time you update Fuego to a new release.
 * [[Raspberry Pi Fuego Setup]] - describes steps to set up a Raspberry Pi Model 3 board for user with Fuego
 * [[Using Fuego with LAVA]] - describes different options for using Fuego in conjunction with LAVA
 * [[Squad backend notes]] - describes the prototype system for integrating Fuego with a Squad backend
 * [[Using Fuego with fserver]] - describes the prototype fserver system, which supports remote Fuego operations
 * [[Working with remote boards]] - describes setup for performing tests on remote boards
 * [[Using Fuego with AGL]] - describes how to set up Fuego for user with Automotive Grade Linux

== Tips ==
 * [[Docker Tips]] - various tips for using and accessing the Fuego docker container

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