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libm on root-filesystem?


in my effort to save about any byte disposable to get the
alpha-root-fs on a floppy, I'd like to ask the following: what does
libm do on the root-disk? First of all: these are the binaries using
libm (if i did not miss one):

/bin/nano-tiny (aka edit)

The interesting thing about these is that they all use slang/newt. I
also checked which dynamic symbols there are in libm, as those should
be (after the library reduction) the ones actually used by the
programs or libraries (or did I get something wrong?). I found
functions like "asinh", "lgamma" and "erf" which are pretty advanced
stuff for a rootdisk :)

Doesn't the reduction work? Or are there spots in libslang referring
to all those math-function? Or did I get it all wrong?


Thimo Neubauer <thimo@debian.org>
Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 semi-frozen! See http://www.debian.org/ for details

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