wharms at bfs.de
Wed Oct 15 08:01:26 PDT 2008
uClibc is in heavy development.
perhaps you can forward your problems building with uClib to the uClib Mailinglist ?
IMHO the lack of I18N (i do not know the state of uClib here either!) is not
a problem since it is designed for memorytight systems where it is unlikly to have
i18n at all.
Jim Gettys schrieb:
> Does uClibc actually buy you anything? Last I looked, (admittedly quite
> a few years ago), it lacked I18N support that most products now require,
> at least by the time you are doing serious UI work. But times may have
> changed, and it isn't obvious from the sketchy documentation.
> At that date, we ended up having to carry glibc anyway, at which point
> it is moot, and uClibc just ended up costing space, rather than saving
> - Jim
> On Tue, 2008-10-14 at 09:22 -0700, William Tracy wrote:
>> On Tue, Oct 14, 2008 at 12:40 AM, John Tapsell <johnflux at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Why not just go for the full X11? Memory wise I found no difference
>>> in the memory usage between X11 and kdrive on the OMAP.
>> I am told that the full Xorg isn't very happy when built against uClibc.
>> The original poster probably isn't using uClibc, but can anyone
>> comment on building the full server against uClibc?
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