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Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2018 23:23:18 +0300
From: John Found <>
Subject: Re: musl 1.1.20 released

On Tue, 4 Sep 2018 15:12:58 -0400
Rich Felker <> wrote:

> This release introduces the ability to replace/interpose the allocator
> (malloc) subject to certain restrictions, adds an experimental m68k
> port, and makes notable improvements to stdio (application-provided
> buffers), getaddrinfo (AI_ADDRCONFIG, support for IPv4-only kernel
> configurations), the dynamic linker (safety against dlopen of
> libraries using initial-exec TLS model, reclaiming unused memory on
> FDPIC archs, better dladdr results), and handling of default thread
> stack size (pthread_setattr_default_np now works more reliably).
> Many bugs have been fixed, including potentially dangerous regressions
> in iconv (only for new conversions to legacy encodings) and visibly
> incorrect behavior in printf on non-x86 archs (%a format with
> precision specifier), in getopt_long_only when short options are a
> prefix for a long option, in complex arc-trig/hyperbolic functions, in
> strftime and mktime (timezone-specific issues), and numerous
> less-obvious places.
> Special thanks to musl's release sponsors (
> * The Midipix Project (
> * Hurricane Labs (
> * Neal Gompa
> * Les Aker
> * Justin Cormack

Great news!
Just before the release of my project, so I will be able to update musl with the release!

BTW, is there some kind of "permanent link"? - a way to always download the latest 
official version of the sources without need to have git installed?

John Found <>

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