[uclibc-ng-devel] write is not weak?

Waldemar Brodkorb wbx at uclibc-ng.org
Tue Jun 26 00:44:06 CEST 2018

Christophe Lyon wrote,

> > > What am I missing?
> >
> > May be it is just not implemented as weak in uClibc-ng/uClibc.
> It was weak in our uClibc port.
> I'm trying to understand it is no longer the case now that I rebased
> the patches on top of uClibc-ng: is it a problem with uClib-ng or a
> mistake of mine?

Maybe it is another change in your tree?
> > Is the ARM FDPIC port targeting Linuxthreads or NPTL?
> > All existing FDPIC targets (Blackfin/FR-V) are using Linuxthreads.
> We use NTPL:
> > Is it a strict requirement for your test code to overwrite write()?
> That's part of a testsuite. I'm trying to understand where the problem
> is, in case it hides a major problem somewhere.
> > Maybe we could first import your port and test static and shared
> > support and then trying to get write and may be other required
> > functions to be weak.
> Sure. I thought it would be better to have a clean patch series from
> the beginning (well at least as clean as possible)
> > What does musl in this case?
> I don't know.
> Do you know if write (and friends) is weak on other ports of uClibc-ng?

I checked for ARC and it looks like it isn't weak either.

best regards

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