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Date: Mon, 3 Sep 2018 23:24:41 +0300
From: John Found <>
Subject: How to use MUSL without installing it?

I am writing a script that to compile musl, then a program with musl, using the latest versions.

I am doing it following way:

mkdir muslsrc
tar --wildcards --strip-components 1 -C ./muslsrc/ -xzf ./musl*.tar.gz
cd muslsrc
ln -s /usr/bin/ar ./i386-ar
ln -s /usr/bin/ranlib ./i386-ranlib
./configure --prefix=../musl --host=i386 CC="gcc -m32 -O3"
make install
cd ..

Then I am compiling agains ./musl/ directory.

But after "make" I have all needed files in ./muslsrc/ directory.
Is it possible to use them directly instead of making fake "installation"?

John Found <>

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