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Thursday, February 21 • 10:30am - 11:20am
Pre-built Binary Toolchains in Yocto Project - Denys Dmytriyenko, Texas Instruments, Inc.

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Talk about existing available support for using external pre-built binary toolchains in the Yocto Project. What is provided and how to use it. What are the limitations - uncover and explain ways of overcoming those. Overview examples of existing implementations for using toolchains from CodeSourcery and Linaro, as well as adding support for new toolchains, such as from the Arago Project.

Provide the guideline for rolling own pre-built binary toolchain from the Yocto Project and tips for making it usable inside of the Yocto for building filesystem images and SDKs. As well as what's missing and how to enable re-packaging it in the resulting SDK, that can be fed back into the Yocto Project again, completing the circle.

Delve into Canadian-cross, associated pros and cons - benefits of self-contained binaries, "relocatability" issues and mixing canadian with regular cross binaries.

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avatar for Denys Dmytriyenko

Denys Dmytriyenko

Open Source Technologist, Texas Instruments
Denys has worked for Texas Instruments for over 11 years and dabbed into developing numerous Linux-powered embedded devices and products, ranging from DSL/Cable modems, Network routers, VoIP adapters to media and security platforms built on MIPS and ARM architectures. In recent years Denys led development of the Arago Project - an in-house unified SDK framework, based on OpenEmbedded and the Yocto Project, for TI DaVinci and OMAP embedded... Read More →

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