Thank you for your response, Anil.
I am wondering how to package it into the unikernel. Can you share your
thoughts on how to do that?
Hadil G. Sabbagh, Ph. D.
> On Feb 2, 2018, at 4:08 AM, Anil Madhavapeddy <a...@recoil.org> wrote:
> Hi Hadil,
> Mirage doesn’t have easy support for cross-compilation to the Xen or Solo5
> backends now, but the good news is that work is progressing steadily to make
> that possible.
> The new “jbuilder” build system has cross-compilation support in beta17
> (which was merged into opam 10 minutes ago). That in turn makes it possible
> to split out the various mirage-xen/solo5 libraries into co-installable
> cross-compiling variants, which will then make it easier to import external C
> Rudi Grinberg (CCed) is working on a blog post about cross-compilation in
> Jbuilder (now renamed Dune), to follow up this post:
>> On 1 Feb 2018, at 19:53, Hadil Sabbagh <hadil.sabb...@xeia.io
>> <mailto:hadil.sabb...@xeia.io>> wrote:
>> Along with my previous inquiry, I am interested in knowing how to handle
>> application binary libraries that are installed into /usr/local/lib/*.so
>> such as Argon2 with MirageOS.
>> Hadil G. Sabbagh, Ph.D.
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