The GNU C library was written originally by Roland McGrath. Some parts of the library were contributed or worked on by other people.
getoptfunction and related code were written by Richard Stallman, David J. MacKenzie, and Roland McGrath.
qsortwas written by Michael J. Haertel.
qsortwas written by Douglas C. Schmidt.
freeand related code were written by Michael J. Haertel.
strlen, etc.) were written by .
mips-dec-ultrix4) was contributed by Brendan Kehoe and Ian Lance Taylor.
cryptand related functions were contributed by Michael Glad.
ftwfunction was contributed by Ian Lance Taylor.
mktimefunction was contributed by Paul Eggert.
i386-sequent-bsd) was contributed by Jason Merrill.
alpha-dec-osf1) was contributed by Brendan Kehoe, using some code written by Roland McGrath.
mips-sgi-irix4) was contributed by Tom Quinn.
mips-anything-gnu) was contributed by Kazumoto Kojima.
printfand friends and the floating-point reading function used by
strtodand friends were written by Ulrich Drepper. The multi-precision integer functions used in those functions are taken from GNU MP, which was contributed by .
localedef, were written by Ulrich Drepper. Ulrich Drepper adapted the support code for message catalogs (`libintl.h', etc.) from the GNU
gettextpackage, which he also wrote. He also contributed the
catgetssupport and the entire suite of multi-byte and wide-character support functions (`wctype.h', `wchar.h', etc.).
i386-anything-linux) was contributed by Ulrich Drepper, based in large part on work done in Hongjiu Lu's Linux version of the GNU C Library.
m68k-anything-linux) was contributed by Andreas Schwab.
drand48families of functions; reentrant `...
_r' versions of the
randomfamily; System V shared memory and IPC support code; and several highly-optimized string functions for ix86 processors.
fdlibm-5.1by Sun Microsystems, as modified by J.T. Conklin, Ian Lance Taylor, Ulrich Drepper, Andreas Schwab, and Roland McGrath.
libiolibrary used to implement
stdiofunctions on some platforms was written by Per Bothner and modified by Ulrich Drepper.
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