BSP "sub-layer" examples -- better example than meta-intel?

Robert P. J. Day

in current BSP Guide:

"Some layers function as a layer to hold other BSP layers. An example
of this type of layer is the meta-intel layer, which contains a number
of individual BSP sub-layers, as well as a directory named common/
full of common content across those layers. Another example is the
meta-yocto-bsp layer mentioned earlier."

first, it seems meta-intel is not a great example anymore given its
restructuring -- it's just two layers:

* meta-intel
* meta-intel/meta-tlk

unlike what it used to be, so anyone want to suggest a better example
for that? (it *used* to be a great example of that, of course.)

also, not sure how meta-yocto-bsp fits that description. it neither
contains sub-layers, nor is itself a sub-layer of a higher-level
layer. sure, it comes along as part of the checkout of "poky", but the
poky checkout itself is not a layer.

so ... thoughts?



Robert P. J. Day Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA


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