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Re: [PACKAGE] sinit

From: ng0
Subject: Re: [PACKAGE] sinit
Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2016 22:49:28 +0000

Vincent Legoll <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello,
> here is the packaging of sinit, a minimalistic /sbin/init replacement.
> It shows the use of the musl libc previously posted.
> Please advise on how to further proceed with the submission,
> where should I put this package, etc...
> Thanks

I'd like to test musl, but I would not know how to test sinit…
While I had this (musl) on my todo list as well, is sinit only limited
to musl? I guess it's not, but I don't know the software.

It would be best if the choice of libc was more dynamic.. uclibc-ng is
on my todo list for that. But I don't know how to approach this,
same goes for libressl v openssl situation.
Create lots of inheriting packages? Some packages require patches for
musl and libressl (outside of guix).

This is a bit affected by my experience in Gentoo where I dropped musl
only because I needed a "vanilla" environment for packaging (and feel
like not fixing musl problems in addition to maintaining packages).
♥Ⓐ  ng0
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