[libc-dev] [llvm-dev] libc coordination list

Alex Brachet-Mialot via libc-dev libc-dev at lists.llvm.org
Mon Feb 17 10:01:10 PST 2020

CCing the libc-dev list.

Thanks for the heads up :)


On Mon, Feb 17, 2020 at 12:56 PM Florian Weimer via llvm-dev
<llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
> There's a new mailing list for cross-libc coordination issues, hosted at
> Openwall:
>   <https://www.openwall.com/lists/libc-coord/2020/01/30/1>
> I'm including the test of the announcement below.
> Thanks,
> Florian
> (with apologies for duplicate copies)
> Welcome to the libc-coord list!
> This list is intended to coordinate work on run-time libraries for the C
> programming language and its extensions.  Expected topics include:
> - Proposals for portable library extensions
> - Discussion and clarification of the behavior of already established
>   interfaces
> - Public review of proposals for the C standard or POSIX
> - ABI-level changes that impact C implementations
> - Coordination of the design and implementation of interfaces between
>   compilers and libraries
> - Other toolchain integration topics, such as debugger performance tools
>   support
> Posts to the list should be self-contained and include the material
> relevant to the discussion, rather than relying solely on external
> references.  Posting links to relevant external resources as well is
> acceptable, but posting only links is discouraged.  Your message
> should remain valuable even with all of the external resources gone.
> Please be respectful of other people's work.  There is value in having
> different implementations exploring various design choices.  But there
> is also value in providing source code portability to programmers.
> This list aims to help balancing these two goals.
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