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# BBMASK is a regular expression that can be used to tell BitBake to ignore
# certain recipes.
#BBMASK = ""

#
# Parallelism Options
#
# These two options control how much parallelism BitBake should use. The first
# option determines how many tasks bitbake should run in parallel:
#
#BB_NUMBER_THREADS ?= "4"
#
# Default to setting automatically based on cpu count
#BB_NUMBER_THREADS ?= "${@oe.utils.cpu_count()}"
#
# The second option controls how many processes make should run in parallel when
# running compile tasks:
#
#PARALLEL_MAKE ?= "-j 4"
#
# Default to setting automatically based on cpu count
#PARALLEL_MAKE ?= "-j ${@oe.utils.cpu_count()}"
#
# For a quad-core machine, BB_NUMBER_THREADS = "4", PARALLEL_MAKE = "-j 4" would
# be appropriate for example.


# glibc configurability is used to reduce minimal image's size.
# the all supported glibc options are listed in DISTRO_FEATURES_LIBC
# and disabled by default. Uncomment and copy the DISTRO_FEATURES_LIBC
# and DISTRO_FEATURES definitions to local.conf to enable the options.
#DISTRO_FEATURES_LIBC = "ipv6 libc-backtrace libc-big-macros libc-bsd libc-cxx-tests libc-catgets libc-charsets libc-crypt \
#               libc-crypt-ufc libc-db-aliases libc-envz libc-fcvt libc-fmtmsg libc-fstab libc-ftraverse \
#               libc-getlogin libc-idn libc-inet libc-inet-anl libc-libm libc-locales libc-locale-code \
#               libc-memusage libc-nis libc-nsswitch libc-rcmd libc-rtld-debug libc-spawn libc-streams libc-sunrpc \
#               libc-utmp libc-utmpx libc-wordexp libc-posix-clang-wchar libc-posix-regexp libc-posix-regexp-glibc \
#               libc-posix-wchar-io"

#DISTRO_FEATURES = "alsa bluetooth ext2 irda pcmcia usbgadget usbhost wifi nfs zeroconf pci ${DISTRO_FEATURES_LIBC}"

# If you want to get an image based on directfb without x11, Please copy this variable to build/conf/local.conf
#DISTRO_FEATURES = "alsa argp bluetooth ext2 irda largefile pcmcia usbgadget usbhost wifi xattr nfs zeroconf pci 3g directfb ${DISTRO_FEATURES_LIBC}"

# ENABLE_BINARY_LOCALE_GENERATION controls the generation of binary locale
# packages at build time using qemu-native. Disabling it (by setting it to 0)
# will save some build time at the expense of breaking i18n on devices with
# less than 128MB RAM.
#ENABLE_BINARY_LOCALE_GENERATION = "1"

# Set GLIBC_GENERATE_LOCALES to the locales you wish to generate should you not
# wish to perform the time-consuming step of generating all LIBC locales.
# NOTE: If removing en_US.UTF-8 you will also need to uncomment, and set
# appropriate value for IMAGE_LINGUAS.
# WARNING: this may break localisation!
#GLIBC_GENERATE_LOCALES = "en_GB.UTF-8 en_US.UTF-8"
#IMAGE_LINGUAS ?= "en-gb"

# The following are used to control options related to debugging.
#
# Uncomment this to change the optimization to make debugging easer, at the 
# possible cost of performance.
# DEBUG_BUILD = "1"
#
# Uncomment this to disable the stripping of the installed binaries
# INHIBIT_PACKAGE_STRIP = "1"
#
# Uncomment this to disable the split of the debug information into -dbg files
# INHIBIT_PACKAGE_DEBUG_SPLIT = "1"
#
# When splitting debug information, the following controls the results of the
# file splitting.
#
#  .debug (default):
#    When splitting the debug information will be placed into
#    a .debug directory in the same dirname of the binary produced:
#      /bin/foo -> /bin/.debug/foo
#
#  debug-file-directory:
#    When splitting the debug information will be placed into
#    a central debug-file-directory, /usr/lib/debug:
#      /bin/foo -> /usr/lib/debug/bin/foo.debug
#
#    Any source code referenced in the debug symbols will be copied
#    and made available within the /usr/src/debug directory
#
#PACKAGE_DEBUG_SPLIT_STYLE = '.debug'
# PACKAGE_DEBUG_SPLIT_STYLE = 'debug-file-directory'

# Uncomment these to build a package such that you can use gprof to profile it.
# NOTE: This will only work with 'linux' targets, not
# 'linux-uclibc', as uClibc doesn't provide the necessary
# object files.  Also, don't build glibc itself with these
# flags, or it'll fail to build.
#
# PROFILE_OPTIMIZATION = "-pg"
# SELECTED_OPTIMIZATION = "${PROFILE_OPTIMIZATION}"
# LDFLAGS =+ "-pg"

# TCMODE controls the characteristics of the generated packages/images by
# telling poky which toolchain 'profile' to use.
#
# The default is "default" which uses the internal toolchain. With
# additional layers, it is possible to set this to use a precompiled
# external toolchain. One example is the Sourcery G++ Toolchain, support
# for which is now in the separate meta-sourcery layer:
#
#  http://github.com/MentorEmbedded/meta-sourcery/
#
# meta-sourcery can be used as a template for adding support for other
# external toolchains. See the link above for further details.
#
# TCMODE points the system to a file in conf/distro/include/tcmode-${TCMODE}.inc,
# so for meta-sourcery which has conf/distro/include/tcmode-external-sourcery.inc
# you would set it as follows:
#
# TCMODE ?= "external-sourcery"

# mklibs library size optimization is more useful to smaller images,
# and less useful for bigger images. Also mklibs library optimization
# can break the ABI compatibility, so should not be applied to the
# images which are to be extended or upgraded later.
#This enabled mklibs library size optimization just for the specified image.
#MKLIBS_OPTIMIZED_IMAGES ?= "core-image-minimal"
#This enable mklibs library size optimization will be for all the images.
#MKLIBS_OPTIMIZED_IMAGES ?= "all"

# Uncomment this if your host distribution provides the help2man tool.
#ASSUME_PROVIDED += "help2man-native"

# This value is currently used by pseudo to determine if the recipe should
# build both the 32-bit and 64-bit wrapper libraries on a 64-bit build system.
#
# Pseudo will attempt to determine if a 32-bit wrapper is necessary, but
# it doesn't always guess properly.  If you have 32-bit executables on 
# your 64-bit build system, you likely want to set this to "0", 
# otherwise you could end up with incorrect file attributes on the 
# target filesystem.
#
# Default is to not build 32 bit libs on 64 bit systems, uncomment this
# if you need the 32 bits libs
#NO32LIBS = "0"

# Uncomment the following lines to enable multilib builds
#require conf/multilib.conf
#MULTILIBS = "multilib:lib32"
#DEFAULTTUNE_virtclass-multilib-lib32 = "x86"

# Set RPM_PREFER_COLOR to configure preferred ABI when using rpm packaging
# backend to generate a rootfs, choices are:
# 1: ELF32 wins
# 2: ELF64 wins
# 3: ELF64 N32 wins (for mips64 or mips64el only)
#RPM_PREFER_COLOR ?= "2"

# The network based PR service host and port
# Uncomment the following lines to enable PRservice.
# Set PRSERV_HOST to 'localhost:0' to automatically
# start local PRService.
# Set to other values to use remote PRService.
#PRSERV_HOST = "localhost:0"

# Additional image generation features
#
# The following is a list of classes to import to use in the generation of images
# currently an example class is image_types_uboot
# IMAGE_CLASSES = " image_types_uboot"

# Incremental rpm image generation, the rootfs would be totally removed
# and re-created in the second generation by default, but with
# INC_RPM_IMAGE_GEN = "1", the rpm based rootfs would be kept, and will
# do update(remove/add some pkgs) on it.  NOTE: This is not suggested
# when you want to create a productive rootfs
#INC_RPM_IMAGE_GEN = "1"

# This is a list of packages that require a commercial license to ship
# product. If shipped as part of an image these packages may have
# implications so they are disabled by default.  To enable them,
# un-comment the below as appropriate.
#LICENSE_FLAGS_WHITELIST = "commercial_gst-fluendo-mp3 \
#                           commercial_gst-openmax \
#                           commercial_gst-plugins-ugly \
#                           commercial_lame \
#                           commercial_libmad \
#                           commercial_libomxil \
#                           commercial_mpeg2dec \
#                           commercial_qmmp"


#
# Disk space monitor, take action when the disk space or the amount of
# inode is running low, it is enabled when BB_DISKMON_DIRS is set.
#
# Set the directory for the monitor, the format is:
# "action,directory,minimum_space,minimum_free_inode"
#
# The "action" must be set and should be one of:
# ABORT: Immediately abort
# STOPTASKS: The new tasks can't be executed any more, will stop the build
#           when the running tasks have been done.
# WARN: show warnings (see BB_DISKMON_WARNINTERVAL for more information)
#
# The "directory" must be set, any directory is OK.
#
# Either "minimum_space" or "minimum_free_inode" (or both of them)
# should be set, otherwise the monitor would not be enabled,
# the unit can be G, M, K or none, but do NOT use GB, MB or KB
# (B is not needed).
#BB_DISKMON_DIRS = "STOPTASKS,${TMPDIR},1G,100K WARN,${SSTATE_DIR},1G,100K"
#
# Set disk space and inode interval (only works when the action is "WARN",
# the unit can be G, M, or K, but do NOT use the GB, MB or KB
# (B is not needed), the format is:
# "disk_space_interval,disk_inode_interval", the default value is
# "50M,5K" which means that it would warn when the free space is
# lower than the minimum space(or inode), and would repeat the warning
# when the disk space reduces 50M (or the amount of inode reduces 5k).
#BB_DISKMON_WARNINTERVAL = "50M,5K"

# Archive the source and put them to ${DEPLOY_DIR}/sources/.
#
#INHERIT += "archiver"
#
# The tarball for the patched source will be created by default, and you
# can configure the archiver as follow:
#
# Create archive for:
# 1) original (or unpacked) source:
#ARCHIVER_MODE[src] = "original"
# 2) patched source: (default)
#ARCHIVER_MODE[src] = "patched"
# 3) configured source:
#ARCHIVER_MODE[src] = "configured"
#
# 4) the patches between do_unpack and do_patch:
#ARCHIVER_MODE[diff] = "1"
# set the files that you'd like to exclude from the diff:
#ARCHIVER_MODE[diff-exclude] ?= ".pc autom4te.cache patches"
#
# 5) the environment data, similar to 'bitbake -e recipe':
#ARCHIVER_MODE[dumpdata] = "1"
#
# 6) the recipe (.bb and .inc):
#ARCHIVER_MODE[recipe] = "1"
#
# 7) Whether output the .src.rpm package:
#ARCHIVER_MODE[srpm] = "1"
#
# 8) Filter the license, the recipe whose license in
#    COPYLEFT_LICENSE_INCLUDE will be included, and in
#    COPYLEFT_LICENSE_EXCLUDE will be excluded.
#COPYLEFT_LICENSE_INCLUDE = 'GPL* LGPL*'
#COPYLEFT_LICENSE_EXCLUDE = 'CLOSED Proprietary'
#
# 9) Config the recipe type that will be archived, the type can be
#    target, native, nativesdk, cross, crosssdk and cross-canadian,
#    you can set one or more types. Archive all types by default.
#COPYLEFT_RECIPE_TYPES = 'target'
#

# Remove the old image before the new one generated to save disk space
#RM_OLD_IMAGE = "1"

#
# GCC/LD FLAGS to enable more secure code generation
# 
# By including the security_flags include file you enable flags
# to the compiler and linker that cause them to generate more secure
# code, this is enabled by default in the poky-lsb distro.
# This does affect compile speed slightly.
#
# Use the following line to enable the security compiler and linker flags to your build
#require conf/distro/include/security_flags.inc

# Image level user/group configuration.
# Inherit extrausers to make the setting of EXTRA_USERS_PARAMS effective.
#INHERIT += "extrausers"
# User / group settings
# The settings are sperated by the ; character.
# Each setting is actually a command. The supported commands are useradd,
# groupadd, userdel, groupdel, usermod and groupmod.
#EXTRA_USERS_PARAMS = "\
#useradd -p '' tester; \
#groupadd developers; \
#userdel nobody; \
#groupdel video; \
#groupmod -g 1020 developers; \
#usermod -s /bin/sh tester; \
#"

# Various packages dynamically add users and groups to the system at package
# install time.  For programs that do not care what the uid/gid is of the
# resulting users/groups, the order of the install will determine the final
# uid/gid.  This can lead to non-deterministic uid/gid values from one build
# to another.  Use the following settings to specify that all user/group adds
# should be created based on a static passwd/group file.
#
# Note, if you enable or disable the useradd-staticids in a configured system,
# the TMPDIR may contain incorrect uid/gid values.  Clearing the TMPDIR
# will correct this condition.
#
# By default the system looks in the BBPATH for files/passwd and files/group
# the default can be overriden by spefying USERADD_UID/GID_TABLES.
#
#USERADDEXTENSION = "useradd-staticids"
#USERADD_UID_TABLES = "files/passwd"
#USERADD_GID_TABLES = "files/group"
#
# In order to prevent generating a system where a dynamicly assigned uid/gid
# can exist, you should enable the following setting.  This will force the
# system to error out if the user/group name is not defined in the
# files/passwd or files/group (or specified replacements.)
#USERADD_ERROR_DYNAMIC = "1"

# Enabling FORTRAN
# Note this is not officially supported and is just illustrated here to
# show an example of how it can be done
# You'll also need your fortran recipe to depend on libgfortran
#FORTRAN_forcevariable = ",fortran"
#RUNTIMETARGET_append_pn-gcc-runtime = " libquadmath"

#
# Kernel image features
#
# The INITRAMFS_IMAGE image variable will cause an additional recipe to
# be built as a dependency to the what ever rootfs recipe you might be
# using such as core-image-sato.  The initramfs might be needed for
# the initial boot of of the target system such as to load kernel
# modules prior to mounting the root file system.
#
# INITRAMFS_IMAGE_BUNDLE variable controls if the image recipe
# specified by the INITRAMFS_IMAGE will be run through an extra pass
# through the kernel compilation in order to build a single binary
# which contains both the kernel image and the initramfs.  The
# combined binary will be deposited into the tmp/deploy directory.
# NOTE: You can set INITRAMFS_IMAGE in an image recipe, but
#       INITRAMFS_IMAGE_BUNDLE can only be set in a conf file.
#
#INITRAMFS_IMAGE = "core-image-minimal-initramfs"
#INITRAMFS_IMAGE_BUNDLE = "1"

#
# IPK Hierarchical feed
#
# In some cases it may be desirable not to have all package files in the same
# directory. An example would be when package feeds are to be uploaded to a
# shared webhosting service or transferred to a Windows machine which may have
# problems with directories containing multiple thousands of files.
#
# If the IPK_HIERARCHICAL_FEED variable is set to "1", packages will be split
# between subdirectories in a similar way to how Debian package feeds are
# organised. In the hierarchical feed, package files are written to
# <outdir>/<arch>/<pkg_prefix>/<pkg_subdir>, where pkg_prefix is the first
# letter of the package file name for non-lib packages or "lib" plus the 4th
# letter of the package file name for lib packages (eg, 'l' for less, 'libc' for
# libc6).  pkg_subdir is the root of the package file name, discarding the
# version and architecture parts and the common suffixes '-dbg', '-dev', '-doc',
# '-staticdev', '-locale' and '-locale-*' which are listed in
# meta/conf/bitbake.conf.
#
# If IPK_HIERARCHICAL_FEED is unset or set to any other value, the traditional
# feed layout is used where package files are placed in <outdir>/<arch>/.
#
#IPK_HIERARCHICAL_FEED = "1"