Just posted an update to http://www.geocities.com/robm351/uclibc/ WRT
uClibc-0.9.23. uClibc is getting better; most of the ldso problems
are gone (except for MozillaFirebird), and only about 10 of the 150 or
so packages needed any sort of minor patching. Still issues left, but
definitely better than ever.
The size of the libc is still bigger than it needs to be, because I
had to build with locale support enabled. A bunch of ebuilds don't
honor the nls USE flag, so built-in gettext/iconv/libintl was just
At 07 Nov 2003 12:36:47 -0500,
Ned Ludd wrote:
> For those of us that like coding more than talking I suggest we take a
> serious look at Rob McMullen "uClibc with Gentoo Linux" site at
> uClibc's buildroot might be the ideal place for us to start at.
> One of things that I think were going to have to accept early on before
> fully diving into embedded profiles support is that we are going to be
> needing to lock exact versions of packages into profiles much more so
> than default-x86-1.4.
> From the pure amount of fundamental changes that are going to be needed
> in portage I also suggest that somebody from the dev-portage herd join
> the embedded herd or vice versa to help facilitate faster portage
> commits in directory's such as /home/cvsroot/gentoo-src/portage/bin
> which currently seem to take about 30 or more days from when something
> is reported.
> Ned Ludd <email@example.com>
> Gentoo Linux Developer