[meta-freescale] [PATCH 08/24] linux-qoriq: unify recipe for QorIQ ARM and QorIQ PPC
yocto at mindchasers.com
Tue Sep 15 15:56:21 PDT 2015
On 09/15/2015 05:50 PM, Otavio Salvador wrote:
> Hello Bob,
> On Tue, Sep 15, 2015 at 6:36 PM, Bob Cochran <yocto at mindchasers.com> wrote:
>> On 09/15/2015 01:29 PM, Otavio Salvador wrote:
>>> On Tue, Sep 15, 2015 at 2:24 PM, Bob Cochran <yocto at mindchasers.com>
>>>> On 08/12/2015 06:22 AM, Zhenhua Luo wrote:
>>>>> * update linux-qoriq recipe to support both QorIQ ARM and QorIQ PPC
>>>>> * update PREFERRED_PROVIDER_virtual/linux for ls1 target
>>>>> * remove linux-ls1 recipes
>>>> Was this patch accepted, and if so, where did it go?
>>>> Is this for the meta-freescale layer on git.freescale.com? If so, can't
>>>> get the meta-freescale layer moved to git.yoctoproject.org and set up a
>>>> master branch?
>>> Yes, please check meta-freescale for the ongoing effort.
>>> 1. https://github.com/Freescale/meta-freescale
>> Thanks, but I'm still confused.
>> Based on Lauren Post's email from 6/29 with the subject: "Freescale
>> meta-freescale announcement of new layer", I thought meta-freescale was
>> going to be hosted this year at
>> Is this still going to be used? Someone please explain the purpose for
>> these two repos with the same name.
> Yes; this will host the releases done until upstreamed.
>> So we have 4 repos for QorIQ: i) meta-freescale on github; meta-freescale on
>> freescale.com; iii) meta-fsl-ppc on yoctoproject.org; iv) meta-fsl-arm on
>> What happens now to meta-fsl-arm and meta-fsl-ppc? Are these dead for new
>> QorIQ / Layerscape development?
> Once the transition is done for meta-freescale, community development
> will focus on meta-freescale but as this is still not clear when all
> merge will be complete and stable I've been keeping meta-fsl-arm
> update and is my main test platform.
Thanks for all the info Otavio. I'm assuming your attention to
meta-fsl-arm is primarily for i.MX. Please let me know if you are also
testing LS1 (e.g., ls1021a-twr) now using meta-fsl-arm.
And I still need to figure out which repo(s) I should use to most
effectively develop & test with the changes coming for Yocto 1.9. I
think I want to work with the github meta-freescale repo, especially
since I need to build images for both ARM and Power. Please let me know
if you disagree and think I'm just asking for headaches due to a lack of
Asking another way, are people testing against the github meta-freescale
repo / layer?
>> And is there a mailing list to see when patches get applied to the
>> meta-freescale repo on gitub.com/Freescale, or are you just expecting us to
>> watch it via github? You have always done such a great job letting us know
>> when patches are applied to meta-fsl-arm.
> I have not been sending meta-freescale merges here to avoid flooding
> it. It is still not ready for production use and then I assumed people
> wishing to participate would follow the repository. I can start
> sending it though...
>> BTW, the linux-qoriq kernel built with ls1021a_defconfig also failed to
>> build in the same way as it did when being built with the linux-ls1 recipe
>> in meta-fsl-arm. At this point, I'm guessing there is a tools issue, since
>> I can build the same commit with the SDK1.8 (stable) toolchain and config.
>> I'll dig a little deeper, but please let me know if this is a known issue.
>> error: redefinition of 'return_address'
>> | void *return_address(unsigned int level)
>> | ^
> GCC 5.2 gift! ;-)
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