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Date: Tue, 16 Jul 2013 12:49:55 -0500
From: Strake <>
Subject: Re: embedded newbies site.

On 16/07/2013, LM <> wrote:
> Sites like state what they consider are better and worse software choices.
> Would be nice to see some actual statistics and rationale backing up what is considered better or worse design.

No statistics, but they surely have rationale:

> Musl's useful not just for embedded systems but for older machines that
> want to run efficient desktop environments.  However, what works for a
> desktop environment might not work well for an embedded system and so on.

True, but small code wins everywhere, for it fits more easily in cache.

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