It’s been a busy week with a lot of exciting progress made. We’ve managed to land the Go programming language on 32-bit PowerPC! Additionally, another fix has been accepted upstream to the musl libc, and we’ve added more stubs to gcompat for wider compatibility.
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Stub functions for
muntrace were added by A. Wilcox (awilfox@) for compatibility with the binary Raspberry Pi tools shipped by the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
Bobby Bingham (koorogi) has completely overhauled PowerPC support in libucontext, which has culminated in GCC Go running properly on 32-bit PowerPC.
The definition of
<fcntl.h> has been accepted upstream.
A. Wilcox (awilfox@) updated libucontext with the new PowerPC patches discussed above. They also fixed an issue with APR on 32-bit PowerPC and an issue with X.Org testing on 64-bit ARM.
Kiyoshi Aman (aerdan@) fixed an issue with the dialog package.