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Musl libc.png
Developer(s) Rich Felker (dalias) and others
Stable release 1.0 / March 20, 2014 (2014-03-20)
Operating system Linux 2.6 or later
Platform x86, x86 64, ARM, MIPS, Microblaze, PowerPC
License MIT License

musl is a C standard library intended for Linux kernel-based operating systems for embedded systems and mobile devices, released under the MIT License.[1] It was developed by Rich Felker with the goal to write a clean, efficient and standards-conformant libc implementation. It is designed from scratch and optimized for static linking, allowing any application to be deployed as a single portable binary file.[2]

It claims compatibility with the POSIX 2008 specification and the C99 standard.[3] It also implements Linux, BSD, and glibc non-standard functions.

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Other C standard libraries


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