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musl-clang

A gentoo musl repository meant to support native use of the clang compiler and llvm libraries such as libc++ and libc++abi to replace gnu libraries. This repository is meant to be a testing overlay to get packages to compile, before sending them "upstream" to gentoo/musl as use flags.

Why does this exist?

Some packages, such as qtcore, have awful complicated build processes, and require special configuration that is specific toward clang and llvm libraries. Since these packages cannot be patched in a way that would maintain compatibility with gcc and clang at the same time, a seperate repository is required. I forgot use flags exist, so this is just a testing overlay.