[meta-freescale] Native package building
Alberto Liberal de los Rios
aliberal at arroweurope.com
Tue Nov 12 08:43:52 PST 2013
But I have not clear my main question yet, although you maybe have answered it to me. Do you know why is it needed to add BBCLASSEXTEND = "native nativesdk" in ZLIB recipe? I am using the arm poky toolchain outside bitbake to build the library (generated with bitbake meta-toolchain), and it builds without any problem. Why is it needed to generate a native version of the ZLIB?
De: otavio.salvador at gmail.com [mailto:otavio.salvador at gmail.com] En nombre de Otavio Salvador
Enviado el: martes, 12 de noviembre de 2013 17:28
Para: Alberto Liberal de los Rios
CC: meta-freescale at yoctoproject.org
Asunto: Re: RE: [meta-freescale] Native package building
On Tue, Nov 12, 2013 at 2:19 PM, Alberto Liberal de los Rios <aliberal at arroweurope.com> wrote:
> Thanks Octavio,
> I checked removing BBCLASSEXTEND = "native nativesdk" and adding
> "inherit autotools" but I got an error, the reason can be the next
> "About ZLIB, by looking at the configure script, we see that this
> configure script has not been generated by autoconf (otherwise it would contain a sentence like Generated by GNU Autoconf 2.62).
> Moreover, the project doesn't use automake since there are no
> Makefile.am files. So zlib uses a custom build system, not a build system based on the classical autotools"
Makes sense but it is unfortunate.
> Anyway I don´t understand yet why it is needed to add BBCLASSEXTEND = "native nativesdk" in ZLIB and why it is not working removing it from the recipe. Could you give more details about the meaning of "when no class-<virtual> variant is provided, the defaults are used"
When bitbake sees the extend, it generates a new recipe which uses the tasks as the same provided by the original .bb file. When it has a 'class-nativesdk' override of a task, this one is used, the same is valid for class-native.
You can grep 'class-nativesdk' in Poky/OE-Core for some examples of this.
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