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    I find it extremely impressive how fast they got relibc off the ground to a point where it can run things like openttd. The first commit (if gitlab’s repo is to be trusted) was on March 1st 2018.

    edit oh, apparently it was in that stage even faster than I thought: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbeagt3AdEM – this video is dated 14 May 2018. This seems too good to be true.

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      It’s easier to port or align with an api than to design from the ground up I guess. I wouldn’t expect it to be “rock solid” or anything yet though.

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        I wouldn’t expect it to be “rock solid” or anything yet though.

        Sure. Then again glibc has plenty of open issues, and musl doesn’t even have a public issue tracker.