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Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2016 21:09:59 +0800
From: Lei Zhang <>
To: Peter Smith <>
Cc: Rafael EspĂ­ndola <>, 
	llvm-commits <>,,, cfe-commits cfe <>
Subject: Re: [gentoo-musl] Re: Add support for musl-libc on Linux

2016-06-20 19:44 GMT+08:00 Peter Smith <>:
> From what I can see, the EABI type is used to decide if certain
> __aeabi_ prefixed functions such as __aeabi_idiv are available. If
> Musl differs in function availability from the GNU library here I
> think you'll need a Musl EABI type. However if there is no difference
> you should be able to use the EABI::GNU type for Musl.

I think musl and glibc is compatible on this; I'm just a little
concerned that using EABI::GNU for both GNUEABI* and MuslEABI* might
cause some confusion.

> You might find helpful here
> (introduction of -meabi option).

It seems clang's -meabi option is incompatible with gcc's.


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