Glibc 2.22 Now Officially Released
Written by Michael Larabel in GNU on 14 August 2015 at 06:17 PM EDT. Add A Comment
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Earlier this month I wrote about glibc 2.22 and its new features being ready for release and today that version has been officially put out the door.

Carlos O'Donell of Red Hat announced GNU C Library 2.22.

See my earlier article for details on the big changes found in this GNU C Library update or also read Glibc 2.22 Will Have NaCl Support For ARMv7-A, Libmvec Vector Math Library for other details.
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