[klibc] several messages
max at stro.at
Tue Aug 16 11:16:12 PDT 2011
On Fri, 12 Aug 2011, Thorsten Glaser wrote:
> maximilian attems dixit:
> >are unused to such minimal utilities and expect standard tools
> >like more (+ cats and dogs;). On the other side and only klibc
> mksh includes a sample implementation of more in shell ;-)
> and isn’t _that_ much bigger than *ash. (And it deals well
> with minimal environments, such as Bionic.)
well I'm happy with dash as minimal shell, but indeed it is
great if klibc supports mksh. Already quite some stuff was
uncovered on that porting path!
> >- tg/m68k Fix m68k syscall API and support 6-argument syscalls.
> It’s probably incomplete – when building mksh on m68k with
> it, I noticed that some tests still fail. But it’s a good
> start. Plus it needs some assembly glue since klibc reverted
> back to Undefined Behaviour in C which breaks here.
You mean the variadic unfix of open(), well this was noted to
need an m68k specific workaround, will note on the todo section.
> No answer from the porters that I am aware of.
Indeed didn't see anything yet, which is quite some time ago.
Now that m68k troubles in linux 3.X got sorted, could you please
repost it with a link to latest klibc git, so that they might try
Equally great would be a repost of that mkstemp(), afair it had
a second round of review already.
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