[oe] getting started - docbook
dv at vollmann.ch
Wed Oct 31 13:34:49 CET 2007
Cliff Brake wrote:
> On 10/25/07, David Farning <dfarning at gmail.com> wrote:
>>But I am struggling over what to call the object of a bitebake. (In
>>make they are call targets .ie make all, but in the embedded world
>>target is used to refer to the device for which you are building.)
>>A package, a task, an image, and world?
> I suppose it depends -- saying that I'm "building a packages" is
> technically correct as the ipk/deb is the output. But, "bitbaking a
> recipe" is probably more correct.
"bitbaking a recipe" is correct.
But "vim" or "task-base" above are not recipes.
"vim_7.0.bb" or "task-base.bb" are recipes.
I still think "target" (or "build target") would be the
best term for "vim" or "task-base", though I agree that
this might be confused with the "target device".
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