Thanks for your reply. I believe RHEL/Centos 8 now uses gcc 8.3.1
However, I'm glad that 8.3.0 has been used successfully with uClibc-ng. I'm
having the usual porting problems (x86_64, 64 bit and 32 bit) upgrading from gcc 4.8.5).
So far, the biggest problem I'm having is with the sanitizer since the data structures
from uClibc can be slightly different than glibc causing problems. Did you turn the
sanitizer off in your build? Are there are buildroot patches for gcc 8.3 specific to
uClibc that I might have missed?
John Ata, CISSP
Senior Principal Software Engineer
STOP Operating System Software Development
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Ata, John (US) wrote,
Has anyone successfully created a toolchain with the latest uClibc and gcc
What issues do you have?
gcc 8.3.0 is the latest release and I see no problems with it.