Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2012 17:03:24 -0500 From: Rich Felker <dalias@...ifal.cx> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Status of 1.0 wishlist items? On Tue, Dec 04, 2012 at 06:59:37PM -0500, Rich Felker wrote: > Features wanted: > - Zoneinfo support. I've begun looking at the file format again and it seems simple enough. > - Korean, HK, and Taiwan legacy charset decoding in iconv. > - Stateful legacy charset decoding (ISO-2022) (undecided). Haven't looked at these yet. > Source-level compatibility goals: > - LAMP stack I'm guessing we may still have some issues here with mysql and perhaps Apache. The other components work, I believe.. > - OpenWRT Aside from the soft-float kernel issue, it sounds like OpenWRT is working. Is this true? > - GUI stacks (GTK3, Qt, Webkit, deps like Pango, Cairo, etc.) As far as I know, these are working. Am I right? > - Wine (?) No idea. > - Development stack (GCC, LLVM/clang, GDB, strace, ...) Has anybody built LLVM/clang on musl? I believe the set of patches needed for GDB has been reduced quite a bit now, but I'm not sure what the status on strace is... > - Xorg (with actual drivers) What issues are remaining here? This is probably the single most important compatibility problem we've got. > - LFS stack (minus possibly some useless stuff) No idea. > - QEMU My understanding is that QEMU is working now, with minimal or no patching. Is this right? > - SIP/VOIP/telephony (PJSIP, Asterisk?, ...) Haven't experimented with it at all yet. > - Multimedia (FFmpeg/libav/x264/etc.) Unless there have been regressions, this stuff should all be working, but it would be nice to check. Reports would be very helpful. Rich
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