On 24/01/16 16:39, Sam Thursfield wrote:
I admit I've not been following GENIVI and Automotive Grade Linux
recently and have got totally confused about GENIVI Baseline vs.
GENIVI Demo Platform vs. Unified Code Base.
Is the GENIVI Baseline reference system in definitions.git obsolete or
is it still useful?
GENIVI Baseline systems are still maintained. We are still providing
Baseline releases whenever they are, systems are still release.morph,
and in ci.morph, and I know that people usually check they still work
whenever we make important changes.
Did AGL and GENIVI agree to standardise on Yocto recently for all
future work? That's the impression I get from here:
but I could be misunderstanding.
It seems to me that GENIVI is putting more effort in Yocto, and both,
AGL and GENIVI, are starting to collaborate (as that article says) in
some possible common layers... so yes, it looks like they are moving
to standarise on Yocto (if they haven't yet).
Is there any ongoing use of Baserock within GENIVI (for the demo
platform perhaps?) or not?
I've seen some people interested on having GENIVI Demo Platform (GDP)
running on a jetson-tk1, and for now only Baserock provides that,
although I don't thing this is enough to say that there is an
"ongoing" use of Baserock within GENIVI.
I'm asking just because right now I don't have a clue and I
curious! (Of course, maybe nobody knows yet :-)
If you have more questions, please ask. I will be able to answer
almost everything :)