Musl 1.2.0 released! Please bump.
This release moves all 32-bit archs to 64-bit time_t, enabling them to represent times beyond January of 2038.
There are no new requirements on kernel version, and this is not a hard ABI break, but the type changes do impact compatibility between code built against previous versions of musl and code built against musl 1.2. Users upgrading 32-bit systems should read the detailed time64 release notes. 64-bit systems are not affected.
In addition, character data has been updated to align with Unicode 12.1.0, along with fixes for some errors in the data and a replacement for inefficient and unmaintainable case-mapping code. Correctness of results has been improved in the math library, particularly some complex functions and 32-bit x86 asm. Various arch-specific bugs have also been fixed.
Also it fixes memcpy performance on ARMv7.