olibc: Another C Runtime Library for Embedded Linux - Jim Huang, 0xlab
olibc is derived from bionic libc used in Android, which was initially derived from NetBSD libc. olibc is expected to merge the enhancements done by several SoC vendors and partners, such as Qualcomm, TI, Linaro, etc., which is
known to be the major difference from glibc, uclibc, and other traditional C library implementations. Typically, the code size of olibc runtime should be about 300 KB. For ARM target, olibc would benefit from ARMv7 specific features like NEON, Thumb-2, VFPv3/VFPv4, and latest compiler optimization techniques. Also, olibc is released under BSD License.
Jim Huang is the developer and co-founder of 0xlab, aiming to strengthen the connection between hardware device manufacturers and open source software communities. 0xlab has been actively involved in AOSP (Android Open Source Project) and Linaro. He was the speaker at ELC Europe 2011-2012, Android Builders Summit 2012-2013, and ELC 2013.
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