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Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2020 13:14:21 -0800
From: Simon <>
Subject: Why does musl printf() use so much more stack than other
 implementations when printf()ing floating point numbers?

I recently noticed that musl printf() implementation uses surprisingly more
stack space than other implementations, but only if printing floating point
numbers, and made some notes here [1]. Any ideas why this happens, and any
chance of fixing it?


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