Make the creation of docker images easier so that CTNG_UID/CTNG_GID have
a default value if it's not explicitly specified when building. This
will allow publishing of images on various package repositories (e.g.
docker hub, gitlab containers). dmgr.sh can still be used to set the
UID/GID to that of the current user when building a custom container.
Signed-off-by: Chris Packham <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I was trying to build static binaries for a range of Broadcom soft-float ARMv7
SoCs and kept getting SIGILL, although I was targeting Cortex A7 (and A5,
later), even on A9 and A15.
I found out that once I add -msoft-float, +mp+sec is to blame:
Attribute Section: aeabi
- Tag_CPU_name: "7VE"
+ Tag_CPU_name: "7"
- Tag_CPU_arch_profile: Application
- Tag_ARM_ISA_use: Yes
@@ -12,8 +10,5 @@ File Attributes
Tag_ABI_FP_number_model: IEEE 754
Tag_ABI_optimization_goals: Aggressive Size
- Tag_MPextension_use: Allowed
- Tag_DIV_use: Allowed in v7-A with integer division extension
- Tag_Virtualization_use: TrustZone and Virtualization Extensions
(This is the readelf -A diff, before and after armv7-a+nofp -> armv7+nofp).
I kept getting SIGILL even after building my application with a toolchain built
with the correct CFLAGS and found out that crosstool-ng doesn't pass the host
CFLAGS when building musl, which pollutes my binary with these ARMv7 extensions.
Signed-off-by: Dima Krasner <email@example.com>
The glibc will append the content of the CFLAGS variable,
overriding previous flags.
If unset, the CFLAGS variable is not empty, so explicitly set it.
Instead prepend the default CFLAGS flags.
Signed-off-by: Norbert Lange <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Two patches from 0.18.8.1 were dropped:
- one changing the declaration of environ is no longer needed, the
corresponding files no longer have this declaration
- one with Woe32 fixes for -O0 may need to be re-added but only after I
find what configuration breaks without it; gettext sources overwent a
massive restructuring so this patch should not be applied without
Signed-off-by: Alexey Neyman <email@example.com>