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RE: HELP with linker script!!!
- From: "Dave Korn" <dave dot korn at artimi dot com>
- To: "'Nick Clifton'" <nickc at redhat dot com>,"'Vincent Rubiolo'" <vincent dot rubiolo at windriver dot com>
- Cc: "'Pieter Arnout'" <pieter at powerescape dot com>,<grigory dot zagorodnev at intel dot com>,<binutils at sources dot redhat dot com>
- Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2005 15:13:03 +0100
- Subject: RE: HELP with linker script!!!
>From: Nick Clifton
>Sent: 01 April 2005 15:02
> The other way is hackier, but it avoids the warnings:
> int foo __attribute__((section (".cached_bss,\"w\",@nobits#")));
> This assumes that the hash character (#) is the start-of-line-comment
> character for the particular instruction set you are using. If you have
> a look at the assembler emitted by GCC you can see why:
> .section .cached_bss,"w",@nobits#,"aw",@progbits
> The hash stops GAS from interpreting the
> which gcc has appended to the name of the section...
<koff> *start*-of-line comment character ......... <g>
You could either add a \n before the # or use a ';' or whatever the port
uses for the mid-line comment character.......
And boy, is that _ever_ a gross hack! (I quite like it!)
Can't think of a witty .sigline today....