Re: one way hash analogy of yocto
On Fri, Jul 31, 2020 at 08:45:17AM -0400, Rob Prowel wrote:
What I really need is information about introspection or the ability toFor location of bbappends and recipes, etc.:
bitbake <recipe> -e | more
and find the line starting with the variable you're looking for. From
there, look the lines just before and you'll have the history of how the
variables was constructed.
bitbake <recipe> -e | awk '/^# \$FOOBAR \[/,/^FOOBAR/'
might do it for you. Not tested by me so can't attest. (source:
I do not know if there is such a mechanism for tasks, but the
bitbake-layers should help you get started in your quest of overridden
Also, I'm not sure it matters much where the tasks are overridden? Just
override them again with your own bbappend (especially if it's a layer
you don't own (read upstream or provided by vendor)).