Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2013 17:05:23 +0200 From: Szabolcs Nagy <nsz@...t70.net> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Preparing to release 0.9.12 * Timo Teras <timo.teras@....fi> [2013-07-25 10:44:59 +0300]: > Relatedly, commit f389c4984a (make the dynamic linker find its path > file relative to its own location) introduced the armeb, armhf > variants. Fundamentally, these are distribution specific names. I > believe debian has/had armeb (big-endian OABI; being retired), arm > (little-endian OABI; dead port), armel (little-endian EABI), and now > armhf (little-endian EABI with hard-float). But these are by no means > standard. While it is good that LDSO_ARCH gets good default with this > distinguished. It should be allowed to be overridden by distributions. > > So basically I'd like to give at configure time: > DISTRO_ARCH=armel > > Which would then make LDSO_ARCH, and SONAME accordingly. And with the > soname version set, we could do proper binary ugprades (even when not > everything is yet rebuilt). why do you care about the name of the loader? musl could use a random string, the only requirement is that each abi has a unique identifier so there is no collision if the name changes between distros then a simple binary that only depends on libc becomes non-portable
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