Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2016 09:10:04 +0200 From: Felix Janda <felix.janda@...teo.de> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Cc: Khem Raj <raj.khem@...il.com>, Luca Barbato <lu_zero@...too.org> Subject: Re: Dynamic linker name Lei Zhang wrote: > 2016-06-14 23:56 GMT+08:00 Lei Zhang <zhanglei.april@...il.com>: > > 2016-06-14 23:11 GMT+08:00 Rafael Espíndola <rafael.espindola@...il.com>: > >> Sorry, but my understanding is that r272662 is correct for x86, no? > >> > >> We can definitely add support for more arches with musl if someone sends a > >> patch to the list. > > > > If no one intends to do this, I can prepare further patches and > > relevant test cases for other archs. > > Now I'm determining the $ARCH field in musl's dynamic linker name for > non-x86 archs. After reading these two patches (thanks to their > authors): > > http://git.alpinelinux.org/cgit/aports/plain/main/clang/clang-0004-Add-musl-targets-and-dynamic-linker.patch > https://github.com/kraj/meta-clang/blob/master/recipes-devtools/clang/clang/0001-clang-driver-Add-musl-ldso-support.patch You should really take a look at musl's configure script. > I got the following list: > > i386 > x86_64 > arm > armhf > armeb > armebhf > aarch64 > aarch64_be > mips > mipsel > mips64 > mipsel64el // this one looks weird > powerpc > powerpc64 > > Is this list comprehensive? Is there anything wrong? I have no access > to non-x86 machines at the moment, thus no way to verify them. As mentioned by Szabolcs Nagy, the patches are not correct for mips: It should be "mips64el". For mips* and powerpc* there are also "-sf" variants. There are also "mipsr6*" and "mipsn32*" which might or might not be supported by llvm. > BTW, I leaved out x32 on purpose, since musl's support for it is > experimental (right?), and it requires yet another environment type > "muslx32" in LLVM. x32 support has been in musl for many releases, whereas mips64 has not landed in a released version of musl, yet... > > Thanks, > Lei Thanks for moving forward and getting actually something merged. Felix
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