Date: Wed, 17 May 2017 19:25:40 -0500 From: "A. Wilcox" <awilfox@...lielinux.org> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: SPARCv9 Support -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA256 On 24/04/17 08:54, Rich Felker wrote: > On Mon, Apr 24, 2017 at 09:39:28AM -0400, Rob Lyerly wrote: >> Hello, >> >> We've been using musl as a libc alternative for ARMv8 and x86-64 >> for a year now and want to also use it for work we're starting >> on a SPARCv9 machine. Has anybody done any porting of musl to >> this architecture or would we have to port it ourselves? > > I'm not aware of any work porting to SPARC yet, but there has been > some level of interest from others in the past. I know it's a bit late, but I hadn't had email access for most of the month of April. I am one of the ones who has an interest, and I would be willing to test on my SPARC hardware. I have two SPARCv9s, an Enterprise 220R @ 360MHz, and a Fire V110 @ 650MHz. Would also be willing to contribute an eye to code review, but my SPARC is a bit rusty (it dates to when the V110 was a current machine). - --arw - -- A. Wilcox (awilfox) Project Lead, Adélie Linux http://adelielinux.org -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2 iQIcBAEBCAAGBQJZHOn+AAoJEMspy1GSK50U32oP/RHA8aT/U3nmlY8WCrW5Uy7P Mx4MORp5raYB4X08S1aePQ57vrBbxh2jvjH/gv/n401Kn/e+557dqZtJu2dgS1Ql Lk2IAu+LHIeuHT2sKCQAtFDwfeLBQUK/te7Hj8pOC/b9e8tDPpcwL8sMl+Ph19G1 DzHbradHeLWS/Hw/BWBIRjRH5kZsGmkPQWAZGWDNelBqRoDIpIWarZcxq59YCReQ httma+aMhhzZ+9vdlFWKMvQaQi5IvIlRFxPH3Nj+xW8ocIkR8JMjdngRspvoguJ7 jkZr7zSa3A5YFJ9/bJmsim7PD0biD1AiWhqz866qec4Z8U9nrXXv/gQEjhhrsC5g CSAXii4w5fu9jMgCmVTXyfvO564u2T40bpHAXKVZdhzXIODEyFKxFeglN5OjZHaH EFlBtlcFTWSFdGI8A6Bsfa20Dd66bwOhekfBAtHwGgr6HjIS1sy08magT1v/4BNk sWuJTrz7bEyOJhfr4yCNLvxXxc47/rm/KUeDlRPBO08/3IOzWUVLJ0B2FLEi0yEb 9+r8lN/rTi7ScLPvroWjmiIPYTPioBp0JQ8/jR8ZOh9ss0/JfjFVq1jEtADAGbaX gOVYjDQbJEioIvhtiPRcSU/o2tGvQM1jNVrG+YWskS+CKWgI/n+Vt5id1TxjoYBF I4qsWsjht5CAjGcs0d5c =35oq -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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