[meta-freescale] [meta-fsl-demos][PATCH 00/12] New image recipes and packagegroups
Ann.Thornton at freescale.com
Tue Aug 25 11:45:59 PDT 2015
On 8/25/2015 9:29 AM, Otavio Salvador wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 19, 2015 at 10:31 AM, Ann Thornton <ra43240 at freescale.com> wrote:
>> These image recipes and packagegroups were designed to simplify the merge of
>> QorIQ and i.MX into a single Yocto project repository. The image recipes
>> can be used for any machine and are designed to replace the previous recipes.
>> The packagegroups divide content into functionality groups with levels for
>> minimal to full images. They also check for compatibilty so that they should
>> work with any machine.
> I have did a first review in the proposed patches and I think there is
> a need for a comparing of existing packagegroups with the proposed
> ones. The proposed ones has equivalent ones already included (for
> graphics and benchmark for example) and it indicates the internal
> review of the feasibility and features offered by the current ones has
> not been done as needed.
> Please check the existing ones and propose patches to extend them for
> what they are missing; those seem more polished than the ones proposed
> and more granular as well.
> Another thing I would like to use is a fsl-image-networking and
> fsl-image-virtualization images instead of 'core' and 'extended' as it
> looks like images without a clear purpose and this is confusing for
> the users.
The reason for having the core and extended variants is because QorIQ
needs to be able to generate smaller images and we want to make things
as common as possible. We don't want to have image recipes that are
completely tied to only one business group. The way we came up to do
that was with the 4 different "levels" of recipes and corresponding
I can modify and re-use existing recipes, although we thought that would
be riskier than making new ones.
/Microcontrollers Software and Applications
email: Ann.Thornton at freescale.com/
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