Re: "meta-intel" layer bad example of a "container layer"

Scott Rifenbark <srifenbark@...>


I have updated the BSP Guide and removed all but a single instance of "container layer".  You can see what I have left at the bottom of this section -  Also, the YP Reference Manual "Terms" section has been updated with similar text -


On Thu, May 2, 2019 at 5:59 AM Burton, Ross <ross.burton@...> wrote:
Right, meta-intel isn't a container layer.  It just has two MACHINES.


On Thu, 2 May 2019 at 13:54, Robert P. J. Day <rpjday@...> wrote:
>   catching up with all the YP stuff i've missed over the last while
> and, in the BSP guide in the layers section:
> one reads:
> "Some layers function as a layer to hold other BSP layers. These
> layers are knows as "container layers". An example of this type of
> layer is the meta-intel layer. This layer contains BSP layers for the
> Intel-core2-32 Intel® Common Core (Intel-core2-32) and the
> Intel-corei7-64 Intel® Common Core (Intel-corei7-64). the meta-intel
> layer also contains the common/ directory, which contains common
> content across those layers. "
>   pretty sure meta-intel has been a regular BSP layer for a while now,
> so another example should be used. off the top of my head, i'd suggest
> meta-xilinx:
> unless anyone has strong objections, i can send in a patch.
> rday
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