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[Bug libc/12892] unexpected symbol lookup error on Xilinx implementation tools.

Matthew Chapman <enofish at gmail dot com> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Matthew Chapman <enofish at gmail dot com> 2011-07-21 12:37:49 UTC ---
FYI, this is the same issue I was referring to in the following post on
libc-help, with a test case included.

The "third-party commercial tool" I mentioned at the beginning of the thread is
indeed the Xilinx implementation tools, although other large C++ codebases that
use dlopen might also be at risk.

I'm not convinced that it's a 2.13/2.14 change...  I've seen similar errors
from ISE 13.1 across a wide range of systems including CentOS 5 which is some
bronze age glibc 2.5.  Though I won't discount that those issues could be due
to distribution patches.  If you have evidence comparing side-by-side libcs,
then that would certainly be useful.

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