BSP guide: better example for recursive layer structure than meta-intel?


Robert P. J. Day
 

pretty sure i asked this before, but again in 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."

um ... both of those claims are false. meta-intel *used* to have a
multi-layer structure, but not so much anymore. is there a better
example for that?

and meta-yocto-bsp is, of course, just a simple layer, nothing
recursive about it.

rday

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