Eglibc has had configurability for quite a while now, however lately there has been patches sent for it to use kernel's kconfig infrastructure for managing the configurations
This talk will introduce the users and developers to eglibc configurability and how kconfig can be used to achieve
that. It will also dive into the various config options currently available and how to use them.
Finally it will compare the size footprints with other embedded C library and demonstrate that the size gap can be bridged. It will also demonstrate a distribution poky-tiny which is already taking advantage of configurability
Khem Raj Works on embedded Linux and Build systems, GNU Compiler toolchains (gcc, glibc, eglibc, binutils, gdb) for ARM, MIPS,PowerPC,x86. Currently he is working on ELF analysis tools and a new build system form Juniper Networks. He is a contributor to crossgcc, uClibc, OpenEmbedded. He is one of the maintainers of uClibc and OpenEmbedded projects. Khem has been in the Embedded System industry for past 15 years designing and developing different tools to help developer productivity
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