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Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2018 16:16:27 -0500
From: "A. Wilcox" <>
Subject: Re: musl 1.1.20 released

On 09/04/18 14:12, 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

All of us at Adélie wish you congratulations, and are very happy and
excited to see 1.1.20 released!

Now begins the fun of m68k...


A. Wilcox (awilfox)
Project Lead, Adélie Linux

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