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Re: Don't use INTDEF/INTUSE with _dl_argv (bug 14132)

On Tue, Oct 21, 2014 at 12:45:50AM +0000, Joseph S. Myers wrote:
> Continuing the removal of the obsolete INTDEF / INTUSE mechanism, this
> patch replaces its use for _dl_argv with rtld_hidden_data_def and
> rtld_hidden_proto.  Some places in .S files that previously used
> _dl_argv_internal or INTUSE(_dl_argv) now use __GI__dl_argv directly
> (there are plenty of existing examples of such direct use of __GI_*).
> A single place in rtld.c previously used _dl_argv without INTUSE,
> apparently accidentally, while the rtld_hidden_proto mechanism avoids
> such accidential omissions.  As a consequence, this patch *does*
> change the contents of stripped  However, the installed
> stripped shared libraries are identical to those you get if instead of
> this patch you change that single _dl_argv use to use INTUSE, without
> any other changes.
> Tested for x86_64 (testsuite as well as comparison of installed
> stripped shared libraries as described above).
> 2014-10-21  Joseph Myers  <>
> 	[BZ #14132]
> 	* sysdeps/generic/ldsodefs.h (_dl_argv): Use rtld_hidden_proto.
> 	[IS_IN_rtld] (_dl_argv_internal): Do not declare.
> 	(rtld_progname): Make macro definition unconditional.
> 	* elf/rtld.c (_dl_argv): Use rtld_hidden_data_def instead of
> 	(dlmopen_doit): Do not use INTUSE with _dl_argv.
> 	(dl_main): Likewise.
> 	* elf/dl-sysdep.c (_dl_sysdep_start): Likewise.
> 	* sysdeps/alpha/dl-machine.h (RTLD_START): Use __GI__dl_argv
> 	instead of _dl_argv_internal.
> 	* sysdeps/powerpc/powerpc32/dl-start.S (_dl_start_user): Use
> 	__GI__dl_argv instead of INTUSE(_dl_argv).
> 	* sysdeps/powerpc/powerpc64/dl-machine.h (RTLD_START): Use
> 	__GI__dl_argv instead of _dl_argv_internal.

Looks good to me.


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