Re: Questions at my kFreeBSD FOSDEM talk
2011/2/6 Axel Beckert <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> * How many lines is the patch to make glibc work on kfreebsd?
The patch directory amounts to 629 lines . The standalone files in
sysdeps directory amount to ~14000 SLOC .
> * What was the worst issue we had to fix/change to get kfreebsd
> running? (related to freebsd/glibc, not applications)
It's hard for a single person to make a comparison, since not all
issues were solved by the same person. I remember a particularly
annoying problem with DNS resolver very early in the port, which
was present for a while and eventually solved by Aurelien Jarno.
> * Several questions around how is decided which kernel modules are
> included. Specifically someone asked for a module called pfsync or
> so and not included in FreeBSD by default either.
I think the BTS has some request related to pfsync.
> Another topic was rebuilding the whole architecture like Lucas
> Nussbaum does for e.g. amd64. Lucas mentioned that he bascially would
> be able to do such a thing, but also that he remembered some NFS
> problems with kfreebsd and that his setup needs NFS.
Perhaps this can be useful to him:
 $ wc -l glibc-ports/patches/*
 $ sloccount glibc-ports/kfreebsd/
SLOC Directory SLOC-by-Language (Sorted)
5602 top_dir ansic=5602
2263 bits ansic=2263
1209 i386 ansic=934,asm=275
1107 alpha ansic=959,asm=148
1043 sys ansic=1043
999 x86_64 ansic=744,asm=252,sed=3
785 netinet ansic=785
362 net ansic=362
357 utmp-compat ansic=357
180 linuxthreads ansic=173,asm=7
3 nfs ansic=3
1 utmp-utmpx ansic=1
0 nptl (none)
Totals grouped by language (dominant language first):
ansic: 13226 (95.08%)
asm: 682 (4.90%)
sed: 3 (0.02%)