Date: Sun, 19 Aug 2012 12:18:26 -0400 From: William Haddon <william@...donthethird.net> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Help-wanted tasks for musl On 08/19/2012 04:10 AM, idunham@...abit.com wrote: > I look at this once in a while already, but now that I've done a little > repartitioning, should be able to do a little more... > Just for a brief overview of a few things: > -SDL: patches haven't been merged > -There are at least a dozen packages that should be building, per my own > tests without pkgsrc, but aren't. > -e2fsprogs provides libcomerr, so I suspect blocks zephyr, which blocks > libpurple/pidgin/... > I have successfully built e2fsprogs on musl without patching using CFLAGS=-D_GNU_SOURCE ../src/configure --disable-tls --disable-nls --disable-uuidd --disable-fsck \ --disable-e2initrd-helper --disable-defrag --enable-symlink-install --enable-elf-shlibs The result includes e2fsck and libcom_err. Some of the "--disable"s are there because I didn't want various features rather than because they didn't compile, but I don't remember which is which. Most of them can probably be removed. I do know that --disable-defrag is necessary because the e4defrag program doesn't compile on musl. However it can be made to compile by replacing all the instances of loff_t with off64_t and adding a wrapper for the mincore syscall. - Will Haddon > -avahi is semi-important > -ruby has been one of the higher-priority ones to fix > -R needs g77 or gfortran a/k/a g95 (I have g77, but that's not in pkgsrc...). > Also needs lapack& blas which need the same. > Octave needs all of the above, plus more... > I suspect that applying musl patches to gcc-core, and untarring gfortran > on that, would be adequate-that's what I did for g77. > -qt3& qt4 libs won't build OOB
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