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Date: Mon, 28 May 2018 14:50:21 -0300
From: Matias Fonzo <>
Subject: darkcrusade 2018May26 (set of cross compilers)

I am pleased to announce the release of darkcrusade (2018May26).

Darkcrusade is the codename given to deploy a set of cross compilers
built upon on the standard C library "musl".  The full toolchain is
composed by GNU binutils, linux-libre (headers), GCC, and musl.
Darkcrusade is ready to be used anywhere under general purposes.

The darkcrusade's tool consists of two separate phases: the first
phase, where a cross-compiler for the native architecture is created;
and the second phase, where the produced cross-compiler is used to
create other compilers for the different supported architectures.

The homepage is at
(Do not look at the website now because it needs to be updated.)

The sources can be downloaded from

See also

This release contains the following changes:

Version 2018May26 released.

    * Binutils 2.30.

    * Linux-libre 4.14.41 (headers).

    * GCC-7-20180524 (from snapshot, post gcc-7.3.0).

        - GMP 6.1.2.

        - MPFR 4.0.1 + cumulative patch (latest update: 2018-05-01).

        - MPC 1.1.0.

        - ISL 0.19.

    * Musl 1db9a35 (from snapshot, post musl-1.1.19).

    * targets: powerpc64: added new target file.
      Thanks to David Edelsohn.

    * targets: s390x: added new target file.  Thanks to David Edelsohn.

    * targets: i586, x32: fixed issue with multilib option.

    * targets: x86_64: enhanced multilib option for tuning GCC:
      "--with-arch=x86-64 --with-tune=generic".

    * The Apache license version 2 is now used by darkcrusade

    * Minor changes.

The following (target) architectures are supported:


Please send bug reports and suggestions to

Matías Fonzo, darkcrusade author and maintainer.

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