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Upgrading from sumo to more recent version
After some questions on this mailing list, we got comments on our usage of quite an old yocto poky version: sumo.
What are the steps to upgrade to a newer version?
We have quite some of our own recipes, and also some proprietary third party patches.
Do we go version by version from sumo to the most recent one, or big bang?
Are there tools to for example fix and replace the old notation by the new one?
Any other tips?
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On Tue, 2022-11-29 at 13:51 +0100, Maik Vermeulen wrote:
After some questions on this mailing list, we got comments on ourThere is extensive documentation about moving between releases here
with our migration guides between each version:
That will include information about the migration tools where
Personally, I'd probably try working with the last release or last LTS
and then try and get everything you need working with that rather than
doing it incrementally but a lot depends on your experience/needs and
the kinds of changes you have.
On 11/29/22 08:00, Richard Purdie wrote:
On Tue, 2022-11-29 at 13:51 +0100, Maik Vermeulen wrote:Marta is giving a talk tomorrow at the Yocto Project Summit that might have some more ideas for you to consider:After some questions on this mailing list, we got comments on our
There is extensive documentation about moving between releases here
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