I believe that if you want your bitbake to use the latest version of a particular program, then the corresponding recipe for that program must be written to download and install this latest version. I imagine that only in a few specialized cases would you need the absoulte latest version of a program, then you should update the recipe yourself, or write yourself a new recipe to get the latest version.

In any case you should update your openembedded repository so that you have the latest version of the bitbake recipes. You can do this by typing:

git pull

in your OE directory.

--Mike

On Tue, Oct 13, 2009 at 6:18 AM, John Buckley <buckleyassoc@comcast.net> wrote:

Hello,
I understand how to update packages on my Ubuntu development systems but I
don't quite understand how to update individual packages in the gumstix-oe
application development tree.

So, for instance, I want to update the packages gstreamer and
gst-plugins-base.  I can do
$sudo apt-get update gstreamer
$sudo apt-get update gst-plugins-base
This will update the packages on my Ubuntu dev system if they are already
installed.

Now I want to be able to update to the latest gstreamer and gst-plugins base
for my Verdex Pro applications and bitbake my apps against the latest
versions.

Updating my development system does not update the versions in my bitbake
toolchain, correct?
Do I checkout the latest entire openembedded package from openembedded.org
or do gumstix.net?
Do I have to bitbake the packages to get them stage properly for my
configuration?

I have not seen a clear description of this process in all my searches.  If
someone can point me to some helpful documentation I would appreciate it.

Thank you,
John Buckley
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