[arch-dev-public] [signoff] glibc-2.13 toolchain rebuild

Allan McRae allan at archlinux.org
Thu Jan 20 06:25:34 EST 2011

On 20/01/11 03:13, Dan McGee wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 7:55 PM, Allan McRae<allan at archlinux.org>  wrote:
>> Here goes the toolchain rebuild for glibc-2.13:
>> glibc-2.13-1
>>   - major upstream release
>>   - Fedora 14 uses a pre-release glibc from this branch so it should be a
>> fairly safe update...
>> linux-api-headers-2.6.37-1
>>   - version bump
>> gcc-4.5.2-5
>>   - just a rebuild (I will probably bump to a newer snapshot in the coming
>> weeks as lots of backports are moving onto that branch lately with progress
>> towards gcc-4.6)
>> binutils-2.21-3
>>   - just a rebuild (not much of interest has landed on the 2.21 branch since
>> the last build)
>> valgrind-3.6.0-2
>>   - patch and rebuild for glibc-2.13
>>   - not particularly tested here so reports of success/failures would be
>> good...
> Working good here for our old friend pacman. Signoff
> valgrind/glibc/gcc and probably everything for x86_64. But we did
> expose a problem via valgrind in glibc gettext (it doesn't occur if
> you do something like `pacman -Q glibc` because there are no gettext
> calls), what fun. Looks like both strcasecmp_l and strncasecmp_l have
> something odd with them.

This looks like:

Nothing to worry about. I will pull the patch from valgrind SVN at some 


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