[OE-core] [PATCH] arm-trusted-firmware: add upstream version 2.2

Khem Raj raj.khem at gmail.com
Fri Jan 24 17:05:09 UTC 2020

On 1/24/20 3:42 AM, Ross Burton wrote:
> On 23/01/2020 22:43, Denys Dmytriyenko wrote:
>>> Such as all the various cortex etc CPU tuning files?
>> LOL! :) Of course, since ARM is such an inferior arch to x86. 
>> Otherwise we
>> should move everything that is not needed by qemux86 to meta-intel... 
>> JK :)
> I almost pre-empted this comment in my reply because I knew it was 
> coming. :)
> Personally, not a terrible idea.  The slight difference is that 
> meta-intel is *Intel's* BSP and we don't share stuff like 
> firmware/drivers with AMD.
> Ross

it will be good to find what the overlap will be, is it something that 
BSPs can use with minimum changes, or are we providing a template that 
will be copied over and housed in form of bbappends or bbs. I am not 
familiar enough to assess that.

Perhaps it would be good to limit this to arm compatible machines, 
secondly, there is a point in having it in OE-Core if meta-arm is 
limiting itself to arm provided BSPs alone. I think it will be good to 
have a platform supported in core to be able to test it, between qemu 
and beaglebone, I guess it is not used. Or pehaps it is and we do not 
use it, so that change would be good to have as well.

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