Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2014 20:53:38 -0500 From: Rich Felker <dalias@...ifal.cx> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Freeze in preparation for musl 1.0.0 Hi everyone, I'm pleased to announce that we have met the source-level feature goals for musl 1.0.0, and are going into a freeze pending release. As of yesterday, we now have proper support for soft-float ABI on mips (this is important for compatibility with some existing OpenWRT kernels where the usual fpu emulation was removed from the kernel) and two new ports: SuperH and x32 (ILP32 ABI for x86_64). There have also been a lot of small fixes and improvements, for a total of 70 commits since 0.9.15. My hope is that we can finish up the remaining non-source-level agenda items (mainly documentation and release announcements and publicity) within about 10 days and then issue the release. Between now and then would be a great time to try out latest git and report any issues, especially bugs or build regressions against previous versions. There is still plenty of opportunity for non-invasive bug fixes during the freeze. Cheers, Rich
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