function ov transport put
- ov_transport_put [-r] <file1> [<file2>...] <destination>
It used information from the board file to select the correct method to use to transfer files to the target. Currently supported transports are:
takes the '-r' option to allow putting items recursively. You can use wildcards in the file specifications.
the put function for examples of arguments used with this function.
- $TRANSPORT - specifies the type of transport used to communication with the board. This should be one of "ssh", "serial", "ttc".
If $TRANSPORT is "ssh":
- $DEVICE - the network name of the target device
If $TRANSPORT is "serial":
If $TRANSPORT is "ttc":
For details about the meaning of the environment variables used here, see the TRANSPORT parameters section on the page Adding a board
The arguments are passed unchanged to the particular transport function selected by $TRANPORT. The following argument patterns can be seen in existing calls to 'put', which is the wrapper for this call:
- -r may be passed in the first position, to specify to recursively transfer directories and files
- the last argument should be an destination directory on the target. The directory should be a full path (specified from the root)