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Date: Sat, 25 Nov 2023 06:51:58 -0800
From: Unknown <>
To: Unknown <>, 
	"" <>
Subject: Re: Can you please guide me on how to compile musl-libc in
 Msys2 ?


I'm trying to compile a source code based on C that i believe it uses
string.h and some other libraries from musl-libc the platform I'm using to
compile are Windows with Msys2

The Msys2 currently doesn't have musl-libc in thier packages so i decided
to compile the musl-libc from the source code but trying to compile it
gives me a some errors that i couldn't solve until now.

I have check the precompiled musl toolchain with mingw integrated but these
ones are only available for Linux system.

On Saturday, November 25, 2023, Szabolcs Nagy <> wrote:

> not sure what you expect, musl uses linux syscalls.
> you can take code from musl and compile it for whatever system
> if it does not have complex internal dependencies. (e.g. printf,
> malloc, math code, etc would work with minimal effort)
> or maybe you mean something like ?

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