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Date: Thu, 02 Jul 2015 19:49:52 +0200
From: Laurent Bercot <>
Subject: Re: Error relocating (...): symbol not found

On 02/07/2015 18:54, Rich Felker wrote:
> It sounds like a broken There should not be dynamic symbol
> references or definitions for libgcc symbols in Is it
> possible that your toolchain is doing something wacky that links
> shared libgcc even when we try to do static libgcc?

  It's very likely, since I'm manually tinkering with musl-gcc.specs
to make it work with the Aboriginal Linux toolchain (which normally
uses a gcc wrapper to enforce the use of uClibc). I didn't think
about it because my setup works flawlessly for application

  I suspect my defeat-the-wrappers shenanigans do not play nicely
with compiling musl itself. I'll investigate in that direction.



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