SPEC-3723: restructure meta-agl
Goal is to reach a minimal meta-agl-core as base for IVI and IC work at the same time.
Trim dependencies and move most 'demo' related recipes to meta-agl-demo.
v2: changed to bbapend + .inc , added description
v3: testbuild of all images
v4: restore -test packagegroup and -qa images, compare manifests and adapt packagegroups.
v6: merged meta-agl-distro into meta-agl-core,
due to dependency on meta-oe, moved -test packagegroup and -qa images
to own layer meta-agl-core-test
v7: Fixed comments from Paul Barker
v8: Update the markdown files
v9: restore wayland/weston/agl-compositor recipes/appends, reworked to
move app f/w specific changes to bbappends in meta-app-framework and
only demo specific weston-init changes to meta-agl-demo
v10: fix s/agldemo/aglcore/ missed in weston-init.bbappend
This patch is part 1 out of 2 large patches that implement the layer rework
discussed during the previous workshop. Essentially meta-agl-core is the
small but versatile new core layer of AGL serving as basis for
the work done by the IC and IVI EGs.
All demo related work is moved to meta-agl-demo in the 2nd patchset.
This should be applied together as atomic change.
The resulting meta-agl/* follows these guidelines:
- only bsp adaptations in meta-agl-bsp
- remove the agl-profile-* layers for simplicity
-- the packagegroup-agl(-profile)-graphical and so on
have been kept in meta-agl-demo
- meta-agl-profile-core is now meta-agl-core
- meta-agl-core does pass yocto-check-layer
-- therefore use the bbappend + conditional + .inc file
construct found in meta-virtualization
- meta-agl/meta-security has been merged into meta-agl/meta-app-framework
- meta-netboot does pass yocto-check-layer
- meta-pipewire does pass yocto-check-layer
All packagegroups are preserved but they're now enabled by 'agl-demo'.
Signed-off-by: Jan-Simon Moeller <email@example.com>
Signed-off-by: Scott Murray <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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+# DEFAULTTUNE overrides for AGL on riscv64
+# We should not need the tuning include below as the BSP should include the right set already.
+# A double inclusion would produce a warning. This include line is just for reference
+# include conf/machine/include/arm/arch-armv8.inc
+DEFAULTTUNE = "riscv64"