libc (was Re: I want to try HURD)
Roland McGrath <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> When I get to the
> libc hacking, I'll discuss it on libc-hacker and with Mark.
Is that the list where one can be notified of new libc alpha releases?
That would be swell...
> There will probably be some shared library version problems between the
> current intermediate states, your debian package state with Mark's patches,
> and what I end up with for a "finished" glibc-2.1 hurd version. But we can
I noticed there's something going on with the versioning when I tried
to install 2.0.96. I assume a goal is binary compatibility with 2.0,
> just deal, and bump the numbers several times if need be. With debian
Oh, so then nothing will explode if we have a 2.0.100?
> packages set up, it should not be so bad to have to rebuild everything.
John Tobey, late nite hacker <email@example.com>
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