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Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2015 20:53:26 -0400
From: Rich Felker <>
Subject: musl 1.1.7 released

This release features support for alternate user/group database
backends via the nscd protocol, an experimental AArch64 (64-bit ARM)
port, overhauled POSIX AIO functionality that is cancellable and safe
against close, and significant memset performance improvements on
x86[_64]. The set*id() family of functions are now safer (including
async-signal safety and safety against partial privilege-retention
issues) in multi-threaded programs. Application compatibility
improvements in getaddrinfo, getopt_long, and other functions have
been made, and various additional low-impact bugs have been fixed.

Beginning with 1.1.7, releases are signed with the project PGP key:

The fingerprint for this key is:

    8364 8929 0BB6 B70F 99FF  DA05 56BC DB59 3020 450F

I've also tweeted this fingerprint from the @musllibc twitter account
so that it can be cross-checked over third-party https:


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