When to move libraries to //sdk?

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Jocelyn Dang

Mar 23, 2021, 3:54:07 PM3/23/21
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If I'm planning to include a library to the SDK, should I immediately move the library to the //sdk folder? I noticed a bunch of libraries marked sdk_publishable=true outside of //sdk (example), so I wasn't sure what the general rule is


Sean Cuff

Mar 23, 2021, 4:17:05 PM3/23/21
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It should move if possible. SDK libraries are almost all in //sdk or //zircon -- there's three that aren't and two are only used in the experimental firmware SDK.

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Adam Barth

Mar 23, 2021, 4:56:06 PM3/23/21
to Sean Cuff, Jocelyn Dang, sdk-dev
The ones in //zircon are just there because we didn't use to have a unified build.  Now that we have a unified build and can move code to where it logically makes sense, we should put all SDK libraries in //sdk/lib.  I imagine we'll clean up the ones in //zircon at some point.


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