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SubjectRe: [RFC][PATCH 0/2] KABI example conversion and cleanup
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On Mar 28, 2006, at 15:04:53, Mariusz Mazur wrote:
> On Monday 27 March 2006 21:48, Rob Landley wrote:
>> Either way, it's not sounding like something I can grab and build
>> uClibc systems with any time soon, the way I could use Mazur's
>> headers to build uClibc. I'll probably wind up using the gentoo
>> headers when the 2.6.14 version ships.
>
> That's the trouble. While I have nothing against someone (as in --
> not me :) doing all that abi separation, it's not something I can
> use straight away. Hell, I don't even get where in all of it I'd
> end up with something I could use (granted, I haven't looked into
> the thread too closely). Not to mention, that I suspect, that if
> there were enough people to do it, it would have gotten done two
> years ago.
>
> So unless anybody's got a better idea, I'll try releasing some
> initial version of that llh-ng thingie rather soonish and see how
> that'll work out. Anybody with me on that? :)

I agree with this approach. I don't think the llh-ng method will be
maintainable in the long-term, which is why I'm doing the KABI
patches, but I think that in the short term that's the fastest way to
get a working set of headers against which to build glibc.

Cheers,
Kyle Moffett
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