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Date: Thu, 31 Dec 2020 09:04:27 -0800
From: Fangrui Song <>
Subject: Re: sanitizers and musl

On 2020-12-29, Dmitry Golovin wrote:
>29.12.2020, 10:37, "Ray" <>:
>> On Mon, Dec 28, 2020 at 11:44 PM Dmitry Golovin <> wrote:
>>>  29.12.2020, 08:15, "Fangrui Song" <>:
>>>  > With (and various random fixes I pushed
>>>  > separately), many sanitizers will build and work on a musl based distribution.
>>>  > A maintainer said the patch is in a pretty good shape and is very likely
>>>  > accepted.
>>>  Hi Fangrui,
>>>  Did I understand correctly that your patches this one is rendered useless?
>>>  If your changes make it to LLVM 12, patching for musl won't be necessary anymore?
>>>  Regards,
>>>  Dima
>> Thanks for the link! I was not aware of the other attempts. I'll check
>> whether your patch includes anything I'm missing.
>> (My patch hasn't sorted out the ioctl issues.)
>Hi Ray,
>I'm not quite sure now who is the original author of this patch. Maybe Jory Pratt?
>Anyway I was updating the patch for recent LLVM releases, most up-to-date code should be in version-11.0.0 branch.
>Dima will be available in the upcoming LLVM 12.0.0.
I have figured out and fixed the CMake libc++ problem.

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