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Date: Fri, 3 Jun 2016 23:31:09 +0900
From: Masanori Ogino <>
Subject: Re: [GSoC2016] Weekly Report of Porting musl to RISC-V Project #1

Thanks for your attention, FRIGN!

2016-05-30 3:14 GMT+09:00 FRIGN <>:
> On Fri, 27 May 2016 23:02:58 +0900
> Masanori Ogino <> wrote:
> Hey Masanoir,
>> The coding period of GSoC 2016 began in Monday. Now it's Friday
>> midnight (in Japan) so I'd like to report the progress on the project.
> that's very cool!
>> I forked lluixhi's RISC-V port of musl [1] as written in my proposal,
>> and applied some patches to catch up with the bleeding edge of the
>> library. My WIP branch [2] has no significant differences from the
>> origin in the arch-dependent part for now.
> This is very good news. I wasn't sure how easy it would be to merge
> those upstream changes.
>> The riscv-gnu-toolchain has been changed to build musl-based
>> toolchains. Since the master branch of the toolchain has migrated to
>> GCC 6.1 containing musl support, the integration is straightforward.
>> If you want to try it, please execute `make musl` after configuration
>> with my WIP branch [3].
> Will look into it!
>> Now I'm working on building a root filesystem with the musl-based
>> toolchain to test the port and preparing patches to address some
>> problems I've found. I hope we will be able to launch a Linux system
>> based on musl on Spike next week.
> I am looking forward to this! Keep up the great work guys!
> Cheers
> --
> FRIGN <>

Masanori Ogino <>

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