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Date: Sun, 10 Aug 2014 14:03:20 -0400
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Subject: cbb build scripts for native musl toolchains


cbb (compiler building blocks) is a set of build scripts that has been 
written, and continues to be developed alongside the midipix project.  
The scripts assume an x86_64 Linux machine as the starting point from 
which to build gcc and clang/llvm toolchains.  For each of the supported 
compilers, the resulting toolchains can be used either "locally" 
(side-by-side) and in complete isolation from one another (yet without 
requiring root privileges), or in a more traditional chroot environment.[*]

The scripts for cbb's side-by-side gcc toolchains have now been 
released, and can be obtained from the project's website at

[*] In addition to building the basic requested toolchain, each script 
can optionally build several commonly-used tools and dependency 
libraries (for a complete list, see the sample log at the project's 
website).  Scripts are updated on an ongoing basis to reflect new 
releases of musl, as well as all other supported tools and libraries.

Happy building,

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