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Re: Unexpected behavior regarding linking sections

On Thu, Dec 13, 2018 at 03:51:21AM +0100, Felix von Leitner wrote:
> Alan,
> I'm almost certain you were trying to tell me something.
> But I can't see it through all this posturing, the attempts to insult
> me, and the non-sequiturs.
> You talk about ld splitting .text into a hot and a cold part. Clearly
> that has not happened here with .ctors. The .ctors section containts
> exactly the data I put in there, same for .dtors.
> I wonder why you replied in the first place if you were not willing to
> shed light on anything. I shall probably never find out.
> > [snip lots of frustration]
> If you were looking for a reliable way to come across as a condescending
> prick, you found it.
> My favorite part is the end where you basically tell me to trust you.
> This was never a trust issue. I wanted to know if this is known
> behavior, whether it is intentional, and whether I can expect the same
> behavior if I use the gABI sections instead of .ctors and .dtors. You
> answered none of these questions, yet you took ample time out of your
> busy day to send me useless invective.
> I'm guessing it's too hot right now in Australia and there is some kind
> of biological explanation for your behavior.
> Felix

I made a genuine effort to help you.  I'm copying your reply to
binutils list so others know the likely thanks they will receive
should they expend any effort on you in future.

Alan Modra
Australia Development Lab, IBM

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