[meta-freescale] bitbake and SDK toolchain Libs
otavio at ossystems.com.br
Thu Nov 7 12:52:13 PST 2013
On Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 5:57 AM, Alberto Liberal de los Rios
<aliberal at arroweurope.com> wrote:
> I am working with the IMX6 Sabre board and i have some doubts about Yocto
> toolchain and sysroot management. When i run bitbake to compile an
> application where yocto takes the libs that can be needed by the
> application?. Is there a location where i can check the sysroot used by
This is at tmp/sysroot/<machine>.
> Is the sysroot used by bitbake the same that is used with the toolchain
> installed with bitbake meta-toolchain?
No, it is not.
The goal is the same but there are some differences.
The target packages are taken as is but the native part of it uses a
'nativesdk' package variant. Also it produces a clever script which
takes care of allow the generated toolchain to be relocable and like.
> There is also a temporary dir in build/tmp/sysroots with shared header files
> and libraries. This should be the place where Yocto build looks for headers,
> libraries. Is this the same place where SDK toolchain looks for libs and
> I have a mess with this subject. I would be really grateful if you could
> clarify it to me
I hope it makes easier to understand.
We gave a traning some weeks ago and made the slides available online.
It may be useful.
Check it at: http://www.slideshare.net/OtavioSalvador/yocto-training-in-english
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