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Khem and Cliff
Yoe Distro 2022.10 was released. This release had fewer changes on average since
this release is parallel to yocto 4.1
langdale release. Next release should
have more changes and will have layers beyond langdale release. This release
includes the Clang 15.0.3 bugfix release. Starfive BSP is refreshed and uses
linux 6.0.0. Fixes to build Odroid-C2 with GCC 12 were added as well.
-ffile-compilation-dir clang compiler option is added to remove absolute
buildpaths from binaries is removed as it was not needed due to
-fdebug-prefix-map option being fixed to work properly in clang.
Now that yocto 4.1 ( langdale ) is released, time is good for making major changes and one such change is trying to optimize bitbake cache handling. The changes currently are work-in-progress but seems to improve the cache size held in memory although with a little regression in parse time.
This release completes the rewrite of the synchronization code that includes a
rolling hash, tests, and
lots of other improvements. We've also started splitting subcommands for the
siot command line -- so far we we have
An interesting article by Cal Newport (author of Deep Work).
This book provides a nice blueprint for starting a sustainable business.
- Profitability first
- Start with Community
- Build as Little as Possible
- Sell to your first hundred customers
- Market by being you
- Grow yourself and your business mindfully
- Build the house you want to live in
Upcoming OE developer meet is scheduled on 02-December-2022, Its open for all. It is an interesting event for users and developers of OE/Yocto based distributions
Quote for the week
Any fool can criticize, condemn, and complain -- and most fools do. -- Dale Carnegie
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