[klibc] RFT: klibc 2.0.5

Ben Hutchings ben at decadent.org.uk
Sat Jan 19 20:37:20 PST 2019

I've now been able to test shared-library builds:

                                2.0.4                    2.0.5
alpha/alpha-linux-gnu:          fail: fcntl, sigint, 2c  fail: sigint, 2c
arm/arm-linux-gnueabi:          pass                     pass
arm/arm-linux-gnueabihf:        pass                     pass
arm64/aarch64-linux-gnu:        fail: fcntl              pass
i386/i686-linux-gnu:            fail: build              pass
m68k/m68k-linux-gnu:            pass                     pass
mips/mips-linux-gnu:            fail: build              pass
mips/mipsel-linux-gnu:          fail: build              pass
mips64/mips64el-linux-gnuabi64: fail: build              pass
parisc/hppa-linux-gnu:          fail: fcntl,             fail: fcntl,
                                malloctest2*,            malloctest2*,
                                setjmptest*, vfork       setjmptest*, vfork
ppc/powerpc-linux-gnu:          pass                     fail: malloctest2*,
                                                         setjmptest*, sigint*
ppc/powerpc-linux-gnuspe:       fail: all tests          fail: all tests
ppc64/powerpc64-linux-gnu:      fail: fcntl              pass
ppc64/powerpc64le-linux-gnu:    fail: fcntl              pass
riscv64/riscv64-linux-gnu:      N/A                      fail: malloctest2*
s390x/s390x-linux-gnu:          fail: fcntl              fail: malloctest2*,
sh/sh4-linux-gnu:               fail: malloctest2*       fail: malloctest2*
sparc64/sparc64-linux-gnu:      fail: all tests          fail: malloctest2*,
                                                         select, sigint, 2c
x86_64/x86_64-linux-gnu:        fail: all tests*         pass

Tests that passed with a static library and failed with a shared
library are marked with an asterisk.  (There were no cases of the

Unfortunately this shows that there were some regressions for powerpc
(32-bit) and s390x, which I will need to investigate.


Ben Hutchings
You can't have everything.  Where would you put it?

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