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Re: [PATCH/RFA] Fix C-referenceable sections with explicit LMAs


On Fri, Dec 06, 2002 at 06:16:13PM +0000, Nick Clifton wrote:
> Hi Jason,
> 
> > Yes indeed.  Here is the patch for current Binutils, as well as a
> > test case.  Test case fails without the patch, passes with, and no
> > new regressions (tested on arm-netbsdelf).
> > 
> > OK for mainline?  OK for 2.13 branch?
> > 
> >       * ldexp.c (fold_name): Handle SIZEOF_UNADJ.  When handling
> >       SIZEOF, apply any size adjustment that has been recorded
> >       for the section.
> >       * ldgram.y (SIZEOF_UNADJ): New token.
> >       * ldlang.c (lang_output_section_statement_lookup): Initialize
> >       size_adj and last_orphan members.
> >       * ldlang.h (lang_output_section_statement_type): Add size_adj
> >       and last_orphan members.
> >       * emultempl/elf32.em (place_orphan): If no .rodata output section
> >       is present, allow read-only data to be placed with .text.  If
> >       the output section has an explicit LMA, compute an explicit LMA
> >       for the orphan based on the LMA of the output section or the
> >       previous orphan.  Record a size adjustment of the output section
> >       for each orphan placed with it.
> > 
> >       * ld-scripts/refsec-lma.exp: New test.
> >       * ld-scripts/refsec-lma.s: New test.
> >       * ld-scripts/refsec-lma.t: New test.
> 
> Approved for the mainline.  I am not sure about the branch though -
> lets wait a few days to see if the patch creates any problems first.

I think this is the last thing I'm waiting on for 2.13.2.

Jason, is this patch still current?  I thought it would require an
update after Alan's comment about SIZEOF (and corresponding fix).

-- 
Daniel Jacobowitz
MontaVista Software                         Debian GNU/Linux Developer


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