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    Phoronix: Picolibc 1.7.9 Adds Support For More CPU Targets

    Longtime open-source developer Keith Packard has announced the release of Picolibc 1.7.9, the newest version of his C library for embedded systems. Picolibc 1.7.9 adds support for several new CPU architectures and other enhancements for his miniature libc implementation...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/Picolibc-1.7.9-Released

  • #2
    Can someone switch glibc for picolibc on Linux systems? This may be useful for embedded Linux systems

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jorgepl View Post
      Can someone switch glibc for picolibc on Linux systems? This may be useful for embedded Linux systems
      Can you think of a case where you can run the Linux kernel but can't use one of the other embedded libc implementations? I mean musl, uClibc, or any other. I think this is more intended to bare metal, but maybe I'm wrong.

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      • #4
        Hmm... Picolibc doesn't support Pico yet.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by kneekoo View Post
          Hmm... Picolibc doesn't support Pico yet.
          Are you sure about that? The Pico is an ARM Cortex-M0+ and Picolibc supports ARM processors.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Veto View Post

            Are you sure about that? The Pico is an ARM Cortex-M0+ and Picolibc supports ARM processors.
            Nope, I'm not sure. But why you would mention "Cortex-M0+" if it simply supports all ARM CPUs?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by kneekoo View Post

              Nope, I'm not sure. But why you would mention "Cortex-M0+" if it simply supports all ARM CPUs?
              I think the better question is: Are you seriously interested in the answer or was it just a lame joke?

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              • #8
                Not a joke. It seemed like redundant information if all ARM CPUs are supported.

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