In order to be able to use the generated Bitbake recipe, you should have the following general directory tree in your Yocto layer. The overall look of the tree depends on whether or not you selected to use a local folder, and whether or not you included init script and systemd service.
│ ├── initscript (If you have it)
│ │ └── your-init.sh
│ ├── systemd (If you have it)
│ │ └── your-daemon.service
│ └── your-source-folder (Local)
We have recently introduced some new changes to our application in response to the community feedback. Changes involve migration support for both pre- and post- 3.4 syntax.
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Editing editor window content is not allowed generally since the template generated by the left panel overrides the editor window contents. We advise you to start free editing once you have selected all the options from left panel and when you have a complete skeleton. In Free Editing mode, you can do your modifications to the editor window as you wish for final finishing.
Now that you are aware of this, you can either go back to editing left panel or you can proceed with the free editing mode. Once you are done free editing, you can save your file.