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Name: LCA14-501: GLIBC & EGLIBC
Date: 07-03-2014
Speaker: Ryan Arnold
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xAo1zvmyC8
Website: http://www.linaro.org/
Linaro Connect: http://connect.linaro.org/
Slide: https://www.slideshare.net/linaroorg/lca14-14501-glibceglibc

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    LCA14: LCA14-501: GLIBC & EGLIBC LCA14: LCA14-501: GLIBC & EGLIBC Presentation Transcript

    • Ryan Arnold, LCA14, Macau LCA14-14-501: GLIBC & EGLIBC
    • • Eglibc 2.19 has been created (Feb, 7 2014) • Eglibc 2.19 is the last eglibc release [Patches] EGLIBC 2.19 set up (last release branch), EGLIBC trunk now closed From: Joseph Myers Date: Fri, 7 Feb 2014 21:45:09 +0000 http://www.eglibc.org/archives/patches/msg01327.html • Glibc is the future! Eglibc is being retired
    • • glibc release cycle is 6 months +/- 2 months. • glibc 2.19 released on Feb 7, 2014. • glibc 2.20 Sept, or Oct. How long do we have?
    • • ‘E’ stands for Embedded • Created in 2006 • For embedded software/hardware providers. • Reduced library size. • Improved cross compilation and cross debugging. • Glibc did not accept embedded changes. History of Eglibc
    • • Past flash memory constraints & RAM constraints. • Ubuntu on ARM - early consumer of Linaro’s toolchain. Why is Linaro using Eglibc? Debian: eglibc Ubuntu: eglibc Linaro: eglibc
    • • Glibc community leadership sea change. • Embedded is no longer a dirty word in glibc. • The Eglibc maintainer principle glibc maintainer. • Cross building features glibc. • ARM hardware has increased capacity in cycles, RAM, and Flash Memory. Why is Eglibc no longer needed?
    • • No, eglibc has always been glibc. • But, your applications might get a bit bigger. Is this scary?
    • • Option group users will have larger libraries. • Option group users will have larger static binaries.. Is there risk?
    • • Glibc, the parent project. • Newlib or uClibc What’s the Alternative?
    • • System glibc version Linaro toolchain glibc version. • Mentor/CodeSourcery will be moving to glibc. • Canonical will be moving to glibc for Ubuntu. It’s not just us
    • • Linaro GCC 4.9 toolchain (July 2014) • Track current stable glibc release starting with glibc 2.19. • Linaro GCC 4.8 toolchain (July 2014) • Freeze on eglibc 2.19 and accept critical backports. • Linaro GCC 4.7 toolchain (July 2014) • no release - leave support frozen on eglibc 2.19. What’s Linaro’s release plan with eglibc?
    • • Linaro will start to maintain an upstream glibc branch: • linaro/X.Y/master Linaro Upstream Glibc Branch
    • • Option Group Support • Cross-localedef • Some features not relevant to ARM. What’s being left behind?
    • • Get a formalized request. • Propose configure flags for selective removal to glibc community. • Is glibc the right c-library for your application? But We Use That!
    • • Aarch64 Stack Smashing Protector • Malloc Benchmarking Integrated in glibc. • Malloc replacement? • Testsuite Improvement. • ports/ promotion into main repository. Looking Forward: Glibc 2.20
    • • eglibc 2.19 is the last eglibc release. • Glibc is the replacement. • This isn’t scary. • First Linaro toolchain with glibc 2.19 in July. Questions? Conclusion
    • More about Linaro Connect: http://connect.linaro.org More about Linaro: http://www.linaro.org/about/ More about Linaro engineering: http://www.linaro.org/engineering/ Linaro members: www.linaro.org/members