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Re: [alpine-devel] Planning for 3.10 release

From: Milan P. Stanić <>
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2019 12:38:37 +0200

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On Wed, 2019-04-03 at 20:47, Natanael Copa wrote:
> On Wed, 3 Apr 2019 20:08:21 +0200
> Milan P. Stani* <> wrote:
> > On Wed, 2019-04-03 at 17:28, Natanael Copa wrote:
> > [...]
> > > - at least one more architecture for rust.
> >
> > Current state with llvm deters me to try to make clean and canonical
> > APKBUILD and patches for aarch64 and armv7 (maybe ppc64) and I wait
> > till this (llvm status) will be solved.
> What is the issue with llvm? Is it tracked some where? is there a PR
> for it?
community/rust: upgrade to 1.32.0

excerpt from this:
I'm trying to build rust with it and if everything ok, I will update
this pull request with llvm7

I don't follow github much, so I'm not sure what all that means. Is the
llvm7 upgraded and built with mentioned patches?

Rust is still 1.31.1 version in aports but,
looks like llvm7 is patched/fixed.

Anyway, I will try to build rust 1.32.0 on x86_64 to see if this part is
solved and fixed.
> > To note, I have rust apk's for Alpine aarch64 and armv7 but they are not
> > canonical Alpine packages but I build with them some application like
> > firefox and some smaller, although didn't managed to build everything I
> > tried but didn't tried hard enough, probably.
> That is great news. Then there is hope to have both aarch64 and armv7
> support at least.

I can build it with llvm6 but have some issue with 'abuild rootpkg'
which I don't understand quite well, and need help about that.
I can (maybe I will) build log somewhere if anyone are willing to review
and give suggestions or any help.
> > If anyone have experience with building rust on aarch64 and armv7
> > please reply to this mail here (or in private, however you like) and
> > I'm ready to share all my work on it, give it to someone more
> > experienced, team work or whatever.

Received on Thu Apr 04 2019 - 12:38:37 UTC