f.fainelli at gmail.com
Mon Jul 21 18:23:46 UTC 2014
(adding uclibc and Bernhard)
2014-07-20 12:13 GMT-07:00 Waldemar Brodkorb <wbx at uclibc-ng.org>:
> Hello Embedded Linux Hackers,
> it seems there is no plan to release a new uClibc version.
> The current maintainer does not response on any public or private mails
> about a plan to do a needed release. Therefore most of you carrying a lot
> of patches against uClibc 0.9.33.2 to make it work in your project.
> A really ugly situation.
Although I do welcome your action, and stepping in to offer a solution
to this, I feel like forking might have the potential of making this
situation worse, including, but not limited to:
- creating confusion between uclibc and uclibc-ng
- pissing off Bernhard
- duplicating existing infrastructure instead of gaining access to it
- what if you end up in the same situation as uClibc, we all have busy lives?
Thomas and I talked to Khem Raj about this uClibc situation during ELC
back in June, and Khem offered some help to see if we could:
- make Bernhard aware of the lack of release situation
- use his uclibc.org access to facilitate a 0.9.34? release
> To get out of this situation I started a spin-off called uClibc-ng.
> The website for the project is here: http://www.uclibc-ng.org
> Beta 3 is tagged and downloadable via
> If you want a 1.0 in the near future please test and report back any
> issues. You can use the bug tracker, the mailing list or dicussion forum
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> I have added most of the patches from your projects on top of uClibc
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