[meta-freescale] Boost 1.55 for IMX6 Quad : Need confirmation about the completeness of process used by me
subodh.chiwate at ufomoviez.com
Fri Nov 21 03:13:39 PST 2014
Please check my comments inline. Thanks Daiane and sorry about
On 11/21/2014 04:26 PM, Daiane Angolini wrote:
> On Fri, Nov 21, 2014 at 6:26 AM, Subodh Chiwate
> <subodh.chiwate at ufomoviez.com> wrote:
>> Process I followed
>> 1) MACHINE=imx6qsabresd source fsl-setup-release.sh -b build-dfb -e dfb
>> 2) I was successful in building the toolchain with boost 1.55 by just
>> adding the following
>> TOOLCHAIN_TARGET_TASK += "boost-dev" to conf/local.conf
>> 3) Executed bitbake metafsl-toolchain
> I´m not aware of this "metafsl-toolchain", is it a typo? In case it´s
> not, can you, please share where this is from?
Sorry was a typo. I used the "meta-toolchain" recipe as recommended.
>> Result :
>> ufouser at ufouser-virtual-machine:/Data/yocto/fsl-arm-yocto-bsp/build-dfb/tmp/sysroots/imx6qsabresd/usr/lib$
>> find . -name "*boost*" | grep so | grep 55
>> My Questions:
>> 1) I could not find the header files in either the /opt/poky path after
>> untaring the SDK nor in the tmp/sysroots folder.
>> Should I use the source from the tar ball from website directly for
>> my version of boost ??
> Which header files?
> Have you installed the generated toolchain?
> Which tarball from website?
The standard boost header files. On desktop FS after install boost I get
/us/lib/boost/*. (Example accumulator/ circular_buffer/ etc.).
I just did a more generic grep and found that files were located in the
Alternatively, the source header files could be used from the boost
source tarball from the boost website or downloads folder in yocto.
>> 2) Are the above set of files all that boost is going to build? Since I
>> could see a few more packages on desktop hence
>> wondering if they are just bindings that original packages like
>> python etc will build later for themselves.
> I didn´t got your question, sorry, can you, please, elaborate?
I am not sure if the boost package is built completely. I am not aware
of any way to test if all libraries are being built.
Will check boost website for more details.
>> 3) Please let me know if I need to add additional information to my
>> config to ensure I get all the boost libraries.
> Do you know the sub-package names for boost? (you can see it under
> packages-split, inside the tmp/work directory) Maybe it can help...
>> 4) If yocto is providing a limited set then is it advisable to build the
>> libraries for 1.55 independently ( hoping this will never be needed)?
> I have no idea. I don´t know boost. But maybe this can help you:
> And please, take a look at:
Sure will take a closer look at the links and file mentioned.
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