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- Git: git://keithp.com/git/picolibc.git
- Branch: debian
- Path: debian/changelog
- Browser: https://keithp.com/cgit/picolibc.git/
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- Debian changelog in Git:
picolibc (1.4.7-1) unstable; urgency=medium
* New upstream version
* Fix numerous libm exception and errno bugs. The math functions are
all now verified to match the C19 and Posix standards in this
* Change behavior of 'gamma' function to match glibc which returns
lgamma for this function. Applications should not use this
function, they should pick either lgamma or tgamma as appropriate.
* Fix fma/fmaf on arm and RISC-V so that the machine-specific
versions are used when the hardware has support. Also fix the math
library to only use fma/fmaf when it is supported by the hardware.
* Fix numerous nano-malloc bugs, especially with unusual parameters.
* Change nano-malloc to always clear returned memory.
* Improve nano-realloc to perform better in various ways, including
merging adjacent free blocks and expanding the heap.
* Add malloc tests, both a basic functional test and a stress test.
* Improve build portability to Windows. Picolibc should now build
* Use hardware TLS register on ARM when available.
* Support clang compiler. Thanks to Denis Feklushkin
<firstname.lastname@example.org> and Joakim Nohlgård
* Avoid implicit float/double conversions. Check this by having
clang builds use -Wdouble-promotion -Werror=double-promotion flags
* Have portable code check for machine-specific overrides by
matching filenames. This avoids building libraries with duplicate
symbols and retains compatibility with newlib (which uses a
different mechanism for this effect).
* Patches to support building with CompCert
(http://compcert.inria.fr/), a formally verified compiler. Thanks
to Sebastian Meyer <email@example.com>.
-- Keith Packard <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sun, 25 Oct 2020 15:20:43 -0700
- This branch is even with tag 1.4.7-1