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Date: Thu, 4 Feb 2016 18:59:36 +0000
From: Jeroen Ketema <>
Subject: Copyright/license of libc-testsuite


I've been looking into porting musl to a different architecture and 
would like to do some testing to see whether my porting effort is going ok.

Browsing the gitc web interface on the musl website, I encountered 
libc-testsuite, which seems to cover part of my needs. However, the 
suite does not seem to have a license and/or copyright associated with 
it, which makes it somewhat difficult to evaluate whether I can actually 
use the testsuite in the context I'm working in. Would it be possible to 
get some clarification with respect to the testsuite's copyright and 


  Jeroen Ketema

Jeroen Ketema
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