07-20-2018 12:41 PM
I have the 2017.3 SDK installed. I also have the Petalinux 2017.3 tools and all that stuff installed.
I can look at the SDK project and I can see that it builds with the following versions...
Thee are no such versions like these on the github websites, so how do I know where the source for them is?
I know the source is in the BSP lib source tree, but that is not my question. On github, thee are branches
and tags, but none of them look like this? In there we have options like "master" or "2017.4", but no options
for "v1_3" or similarly named components.
The reason I need to know where these are on the github site is there is a similar naming convention
used in the Petalinux distro... yocto recipes and stuff. In there is looks like it points to OpenAMP
and not Xilinx/OpenAMP so I am really confused.
Thanks In Advance
07-23-2018 04:02 PM
For 2017.3, you will use the tag xilinx-v2017.3.
You can take a look at the ChangeLog as well to see which upstream version it is synced with
07-24-2018 08:34 AM
Okay, I get that for...
For 2017.3 use xilinx-v2017.3
For 2017.4 use xilinx-v2017.4
And for something like...
For 2018.1 use xilinx-v2018.1
That part is pretty much straight forward and not unclear to me.
However, my question was -not- that at all.
So to ask it again if I may...
For openamp_v1_4 use XXXX
For libmetal_v1_3 use YYYY
Where XXXX and YYY would be equal to the git hub software branch or tag
name that corresponds to the openamp_v1_4 -and- the libmetal_v1_3 designations used in your product.
Thanks in Advance!