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Date: Mon, 1 Aug 2011 14:46:50 +0200
From: Szabolcs Nagy <>
Subject: Re: making a musl wrapper for TCC

* Jens Staal <> [2011-08-01 13:41:31 +0200]:
> I have been trying to package a statically compiled TCC compiled with
> musl libc [1]. I would also like this package to become self-hosting
> and I have been trying to look at the musl-gcc wrapper but I have not
> really figured it out. If anyone knows how to make a similar one for
> TCC, that would be great :)
> [1]

you can compile foo.c with musl+tcc using

tcc -I$MUSL/include -c foo.c
ld -o foo foo.o $MUSL/lib/crti.o $MUSL/lib/crt1.o $MUSL/lib/crtn.o -L$MUSL/lib -lc -L$TCC -ltcc1 -nostdlib

you may also want to specify the '-X -d -e _start -Bstatic' ldflags

for dynamic linking you can use '-dynamic-linker $MUSL/libc/'
instead of -Bstatic

if you want musl-gcc like wrapper then i think you will
have to do argument parsing yourself as many projects
use gcc specific flags which are not supported by tcc

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