Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2018 09:56:59 +0200 From: ardi <ardillasdelmonte@...il.com> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Timeline for 1.1.20? On Mon, Jul 16, 2018 at 7:20 PM, Rich Felker <dalias@...c.org> wrote: > On Wed, Jul 11, 2018 at 09:17:01AM +0200, ardi wrote: >> Hi! >> >> Is there a timeline for the 1.1.20 release? I'm starting a project, >> and I'd find it very convenient to know if 1.1.20 will be released >> this month, or if 1.1.19 is going to be kept as the current release >> for some months to come. > > I don't have a date in mind, but letting it get drawn out for "some > months" again is definitely not something I want to have happen. > There's definitely enough time left in this month that a release > before the end should be possible. Assistance with testing/checks for > regressions would help a lot. I'm not the best one for doing testing, as I don't have any previous code based on musl, and moreover, my way of using it is going to be non-obvious/marginal, as I'm working in being OS-independent, as I wrote in the list months ago. There's a possibility that I end up combining code from newlib and musl, but that's not certain at this moment (the only certain thing for the moment is that musl has everything I need, including a complete ELF dynamic linker/loader, and that newlib follows the approach I want -syscall isolation- but it's less complete and has no linker/loader). So, I need to dig deeply at building both libraries, and finding my way during the process. Said this, I'm starting my efforts through an Alpine Linux VM (for obvious reasons, as musl is default there, and llvm is also there, which is the compiler suite I use), so I'll be happy to test in that VM any 1.1.20 release candidates you prepare, although I assume that Alpine will be a platform for which you'll have testers already. Thanks! ardi
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