How do we take into consideration the mechanical configuration of a fixed wing (wing span, tail length, control surface sizes etc.) when designing a new airframe for fixed wing crafts using Pixhawk?
When considering custom airframes for VTOL/Mulitcopters, I did some digging and found that there needs to be a file (.toml file) describing the orientation of the motors with respect to each other and the autopilot. This is very obviously important, since the autopilot needs to know where the motors are to effectively produce roll, pitch and yaw movements.
Is something similar needed for fixed wings as well? If so, what files need to be created/editted?