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Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2019 16:31:25 -0300
From: Matias Fonzo <>
Subject: Re: Symbol versioning approximation trips on compat symbols

On Mon, 28 Jan 2019 18:12:28 -0500
Zach van Rijn <> wrote:

> ---- On Mon, 28 Jan 2019 17:52:25 -0500 Matias Fonzo
> <> wrote ---- 
>  > It should be nice if (if this is community-musl page)
>  > could list all the distributions based on Musl (including Dragora, 
>  > Sabotage, ...) and all the cross-compiler projects, etc.  :-) 
>  >  
>  >   
> The focus of is exclusively musl cross-compilation toolchains,
> therefore "musl-based Linux distributions" is off-topic.
> The official community-based musl site is the Wiki [1];
> this might be a more appropriate venue for what you're seeking,
> and it already does exactly what you're seeking.

But to contribute you need an account in Github, plus send a Pull
Request, it would be better if this is more direct, like the usage of


> As does the Wikipedia page [2].
> It might be good to mention musl on the Dragora Wikipedia page [3],
> too. Currently the only page I can find which mentions musl is [4]
> even though several distros have been using musl for the better part
> of the 2010s.

I don't think so.  The information there is out of date, and I haven't
be able to edit the most part of the Wikipedia page.  Last time that
I've tried it is like you can't edit a great portion ...

Anyway, I have pending to update the official website.


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