Working Yocto (and other) goals more directly in oe-core, post Yocto 1.1

Khem Raj raj.khem at gmail.com
Fri Jul 15 21:12:07 UTC 2011


On Fri, Jul 15, 2011 at 1:18 PM, Tom Rini <tom_rini at mentor.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
>
> So in the last meeting I put out my beg for folks to try more oe-core
> alone and less poky or oe-core+meta-oe+meta-distro.
>
> Here's what I'm driving at.  oe-core is what everyone uses as their base
> and is what a lot of important things go into.  But there seems to often
> be a "lemme start in ${what I use every day} and then I'll move it to
> oe-core".  And I get that.  Heck, I'm guilty of it too.  But there's
> problems with that:
> - Not everyone uses what you do.  This can make testing and trying your
> prototype out a bit more of a challenge.

it goes either way as I have seen. You fix per oe-core and it breaks distros
and you fix using some distro and it might break the sample distro's in OE-core
Its just the nature of beast. But testing both is what we should aim at.

> - It leaves lingering problems in oe-core.
> - If we're trying to tell people that oe-core is stable and workable and
> what people can base off of, someone needs to be testing and using it.
>
> Now, the first comments this got on IRC were along the lines of:
> - meta-poky is small.
> This is true, but see the 2nd problem above.  And by the same token,
> it's nearly what you're using every day anyways.
>
> - It doesn't have what I need
> This is also going to be true in many cases but then either:
> - You're working on stuff that's not in oe-core anyhow
> - Something needs to come in to oe-core
>
> And possibly finally:
> - A 'reasonable' meta-bsp layer/set of layers should work on any
> reasonable set of core layers, right?
>
> --
> Tom Rini
> Mentor Graphics Corporation
>
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