Date: Mon, 9 Jan 2023 17:46:50 +0800 From: 王洪亮 <wanghongliang@...ngson.cn> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: add loongarch64 port v6. Hi, Is there anything else that needs to be modified in patch v6? I'm Looking forward to your reply,thanks. Hongliang Wang. 在 2022/12/19 下午2:32, 王洪亮 写道: > Hi, > > Is there anything else that needs to be modified in patch v6？ > > I have prepared a LoongArch machine for remote connection testing. > Please send me a private message and I reply for login and password. > > I'm Looking forward to your reply,thanks. > > Hongliang Wang. > > > 在 2022/11/15 下午3:17, 王洪亮 写道: >> Hi, >> >> I published loongarch64 port v6 in >> https://github.com/loongson/musl/tree/loongarch-v3.0 >> >> Fixed the following problems: >> 1.Fixed some inappropriate comments in elf.h. >> 2.Fixed spaces and tabs used. >> 3.Removed crt/loongarch64/crti.s and crt/loongarch64/crtn.s. >> 4.Fixed the problems mentioned below email. >> >> There are also some unmodified problems as follows: >> 1.Whether we still implement __clone() within __NR_clone3 >> syscall in LoongArch? >> In latest kernel,function clone3_stack_valid(),the condition >> of (kargs->stack_size == 0) is still valid, call __clone() >> (within __NR_clone3 syscall) is fail. >> I restore to the __NR_clone for libc-test OK temporary. >> >> 2.I don't remove __syscall7,I understand keep it without negative >> effects. >> maybe used in the future.glibc also realize __syscall7 in LoongArch. >> >> 3.I don't remove arch/loongarch64/bits/ptrace.h,I'm not sure if it >> will be >> used in the future.the most architectures support it. >> >> 4.The definition of extcontext in mcontext_t in musl is not consistent >> with kernel,Because  is not valid C. it is not standard in musl,so >> use >> extcontext instead of extcontext.This question has been >> discussed in >> previous email named [musl] add loongarch64 port v3 in May. >> >> Please check first,I will prepare a physical execution environment >> for run checks. >> >> I'm Looking forward to your reply,thanks. >> >> Hongliang Wang. >>
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