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(-)a/gold/dynobj.cc (-3 / +9 lines)
Lines 1394-1401 void Link Here
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Versions::define_base_version(Stringpool* dynpool)
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Versions::define_base_version(Stringpool* dynpool)
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{
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{
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  // If we do any versioning at all,  we always need a base version, so
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  // If we do any versioning at all,  we always need a base version, so
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  // define that first.  Nothing explicitly declares itself as part of base,
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  // define that first.
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  // so it doesn't need to be in version_table_.
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  gold_assert(this->defs_.empty());
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  gold_assert(this->defs_.empty());
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  const char* name = parameters->options().soname();
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  const char* name = parameters->options().soname();
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  if (name == NULL)
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  if (name == NULL)
Lines 1405-1410 Versions::define_base_version(Stringpool* dynpool) Link Here
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                              true, false, false, true);
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                              true, false, false, true);
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  this->defs_.push_back(vdbase);
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  this->defs_.push_back(vdbase);
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  this->needs_base_version_ = false;
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  this->needs_base_version_ = false;
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  // You can tie a symbol to the base version by declaring it as foo@, as
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  // stated by the GNU ld manual, so we add the version to the symbol table
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  // as an empty key.
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  Stringpool::Key version_key;
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  name = dynpool->add("", true, &version_key);
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  Key key(version_key, 0);
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  this->version_table_.insert(std::make_pair(key, vdbase));
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}
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}
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// Return the dynamic object which a symbol refers to.
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// Return the dynamic object which a symbol refers to.
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