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Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2016 12:10:58 +0100
From: Christian Neukirchen <>
To: Hayden Livingston <>
Subject: Re: musl + libc++

Hayden Livingston <> writes:

> Have folks gotten around using musl + libc++ (from the llvm project)?
> I'm trying to get a setup where all my dependencies can be moved to
> musl and libc++ to build static executables.
> I've heard of all sorts of weird interactions when libc++ and
> libstdc++ are in the same process. Or is that unfounded?

I managed to build a pure LLVM-clang-libc++-musl branch of Void Linux,
without too heavy patching required.

The base-system is completely free of gcc or libgcc.

Christian Neukirchen  <>

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