On Fri, Apr 30, 2021 at 05:49:29AM -0400, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
It's very big and probably include your proprietary SW header and
libraries at the very least... or third party prebuilt
binaries/libraries you're not supposed to share outside of your product.
This is useful if you're doing active development internally and you
don't upgrade your Yocto layers too often. This means non-Yocto verse
people could work on the main SW stack without caring about Yocto at
so other than perhaps needing more resources, is there any reason toNormal SDK is just a toolchain, very practical if a third party vendor
requires you to send them something so they can build a blob that works
on your machine. And usually, you don't want to send anything that is
remotely critical to your business, IP wise.
I have barely used SDK, so to be taken with a grain of salt as usual.