[4/5] documentation.conf: drop obsolete variables

Submitted by Paul Eggleton on March 6, 2014, 4:46 p.m. | Patch ID: 68129


Message ID b139276bfeb84d745f654701a101ee5d586b51b2.1394124256.git.paul.eggleton@linux.intel.com
State Accepted
Commit a78f6b1454598e74bdd229b0a26bbdcdfa991aa2
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Paul Eggleton March 6, 2014, 4:46 p.m.
These haven't been used for some time (and DESTDIR was never a BitBake
variable at all).

Signed-off-by: Paul Eggleton <paul.eggleton@linux.intel.com>
 meta/conf/documentation.conf | 7 -------
 1 file changed, 7 deletions(-)

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diff --git a/meta/conf/documentation.conf b/meta/conf/documentation.conf
index 617fd2a..e709c68 100644
--- a/meta/conf/documentation.conf
+++ b/meta/conf/documentation.conf
@@ -115,7 +115,6 @@  DEBUG_OPTIMIZATION[doc] = "The options to pass in TARGET_CFLAGS and CFLAGS when
 DEFAULT_PREFERENCE[doc] = "Specifies a weak bias for recipe selection priority."
 DEPENDS[doc] = "Lists a recipe's build-time dependencies (i.e. other recipe files)."
 DESCRIPTION[doc] = "The package description used by package managers. If not set, DESCRIPTION takes the value of the SUMMARY variable."
-DESTDIR[doc] = "The destination directory."
 DISTRO[doc] = "The short name of the distribution. If the variable is blank, meta/conf/distro/defaultsetup.conf will be used."
 DISTRO_EXTRA_RDEPENDS[doc] = "Specifies a list of distro-specific packages to add to all images. The variable only applies to the images that include packagegroup-base."
 DISTRO_EXTRA_RRECOMMENDS[doc] = "Specifies a list of distro-specific packages to add to all images if the packages exist. The list of packages are automatically installed but you can remove them."
@@ -150,17 +149,12 @@  FULL_OPTIMIZATION[doc]= "The options to pass in TARGET_CFLAGS and CFLAGS when co
 GITDIR[doc] = "The directory where Git clones will be stored."
-GROUP_dependencies[doc] = "The keys in this group influence the dependency handling of BitBake and the resulting packages."
-GROUP_fetcher[doc] = "This key highly influences the fetcher implementations."
-GROUP_locale[doc] = "Locale generation of the GNU libc implementation."
-GROUP_packaging[doc] = "The keys in this group influence the package building process. Specifically, they influence what packages will be generated and what files will be present in the generated packages."
 HOMEPAGE[doc] = "Website where more information about the software the recipe is building can be found."
 HOST_ARCH[doc] = "The name of the target architecture. Normally same as the TARGET_ARCH."
 HOST_CC_ARCH[doc] = "The name of the host architecture. Normally same as the TARGET_CC_ARCH."
-HOST_NONSYSV[doc] = "Set to '1' if the host system is not SysV compatible (e.g. fakeroot-native will be build with tcp as IPC implementation)."
 HOST_OS[doc] = "The name of the target operating system. Normally the same as the TARGET_OS."
 HOST_PREFIX[doc] = "The prefix for the cross compile toolchain. Normally same as the TARGET_PREFIX."
 HOST_SYS[doc] = "Specifies the system, including the architecture and the operating system, for with the build is occurring in the context of the current recipe."
@@ -251,7 +245,6 @@  PACKAGE_INSTALL_ATTEMPTONLY[doc] = "List of packages attempted to be installed.
 PACKAGECONFIG[doc] = "This variable provides a means of enabling or disabling features of a recipe on a per-recipe basis."
 PACKAGES[doc] = "The list of packages to be created from the recipe."
 PACKAGES_DYNAMIC[doc] = "A promise that your recipe satisfies runtime dependencies for optional modules that are found in other recipes."
-PALMTOP_USE_MULTITHREADED_QT[doc] = "Set to 'yes', if you want to build QT applications with CONFIG+=thread."
 PARALLEL_MAKE[doc] = "Specifies extra options that are passed to the make command during the compile tasks. This variable is usually in the form -j 4, where the number represents the maximum number of parallel threads make can run."
 PATCHRESOLVE[doc] = "Enable or disable interactive patch resolution."
 PE[doc] = "The epoch of the recipe. The default value is '0'. The field is used to make upgrades possible when the versioning scheme changes in some backwards incompatible way."