I want to use zeromq and google protobuf for my application. From what I can tell, it looks like the 4.14.78_1.0.0 sumo Yocto build should have a version of zeromq included as part of meta-oe, but I can’t seem to find it anywhere in the image. (No library, no files with zeromq or zmq in the name.) I’m wondering if the default build somehow removed it, or if I need to do something else to ensure that it’s included in the image.
For protobufs, it looks like it’s not there at all… I tried to use devtool to create a ‘protobuf’ recipe, but it fails to build.
Is there another way of adding protobufs to my project?
I’m just going for the fastest path forward. If there’s already a layer that exists for one or both of these components, or a recipe, or something… I would appreciate that.
Protobus and Zeromq aren´t part of yocto for i.MX you can migrate:
protobuf « recipes-devtools - meta-virtualization - Layer enabling hypervisor, virtualization tool s... http://git.yoctoproject.org/cgit/cgit.cgi/meta-virtualization/tree/recipes-devtools/protobuf/protobu...
Just to check that I understand you.
I would have to add the devtools recipe from the meta-virtualization layer to my image, and make sure those 3 things build?
Is there a spot for zeromq as well? (I plan to use it with Python, if that helps narrow what I need to incorporate.)
It looks like I have zeromq support via Python. (python-pyzmq package is available) I was able to add it to my image, and verify that it connects to my host machine.