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Date: Mon, 25 May 2015 16:00:51 -0700
From: <>
Cc: "Rich Felker" <>
Subject: update: JtR for Windows using musl libc


The midipix runtime layer is now being tested in preparation for its
pre-alpha release, and JtR (john-1.8.0) has been very useful for testing
times(2), setitimer(2), and signal delivery. To get an idea of where
things currently stand, attached is the output of ./john --test along
with the corresponding strace report.

The profile used for building was linux-x86-64, which means that
x86-64.S was compiled without any knowledge of the actual target or its
ABI. I suspect this has something to do with the two failed tests, but
haven't had time to identify the exact spot.

Best regards,

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