It was just a thought.
For eg: after building clutter, clutter-gtk etc I realised that clutter-gst requires gst-plugins-base, which I hadn't installed. So I was wondering if I could specify which all .bb recipes to build when building gstreamer.Again, I wouldn't have know all what I needed anyway. And if the default option is to build all the recipes in the folder, it would have been a big overload.

Thanks. I did check that out.

Regards,
Vidya.

On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 1:52 AM, Andreas Mueller <schnitzeltony@gmx.de> wrote:
On Wednesday 14 July 2010 05:28:44 am Vidya Menon wrote:
> Update:
> I think I got a probable answer.
> If I run python-gst*.bb directly then it will build all the packages (using
> the corresponding .bb) recursively specified in the DEPENDS field. Back-ward
> dependency (ie building python-gst when we call for python) would just be an
> overhead. Correct me if I am wrong.

Sorry but I can't really follow fully but why should OE follow backward-dependency?

> > Sorry, I am using the recipes that you had posted as my entry point. If you
> > don't mind that.
> > So the overo specific packages (.ipk) are installed into
> > /overo-oe/tmp/deploy/glibc/ipk/overo/
> > and the packages are split into :
> > libclutter-glx-1.0-0_1.2.10-r2.0.5_overo.ipk,
> > libclutter-glx-1.0-dbg_1.2.10-r2.0.5_overo.ipk,
> > libclutter-glx-1.0-dev_1.2.10-r2.0.5_overo.ipk,
> > libclutter-glx-1.0-doc_1.2.10-r2.0.5_overo.ipk right? I didn't notice them
> > before as I was looking for packages starting with clutter* . So just wanted
> > to confirm that these are the packages in question.
conformed.

BTW: To get an idea what's inside check
tmp/work/overo-angstrom-linux-gnueabi/overo-angstrom-linux-gnueabi/<package_name&version>/package-split for machine dependent packages (clutter is machine dependent due to gles)
tmp/work/overo-angstrom-linux-gnueabiarmv7a-angstrom-linux-gnueabi/<package_name&version>/package-split for architecture dependent packages

Andreas

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