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Re: mips64 elf64 reloc data structures
Alexandre Oliva <aoliva at redhat dot com> writes:
> On Mar 18, 2003, Roland McGrath <roland at redhat dot com> wrote:
>> I think you should make sure that every place for which these macros
>> matter uses <ldsodefs.h> and do it in mips/ldsodefs.h instead.
> Contrary to my recollections and fears, this seems to have worked.
> I've verified that the ELF64_R_ macros defined in elf/elf.h were not
> used by building glibc for mips64-linux-gnu after adding syntax errors
> to the unwanted definitions, and it still built correctly, so it
> appears that the files that include only elf.h do not need these
> macros. I'm still concerned that there is a possibility of errors
> being silently introduced by this arrangement, but even my attempt to
> avoid taking risks and adding an explicit include of ldsodefs.h
> everywhere elf.h was included failed: a number of files just can't
> include ldsodefs.h, and I fear some of them may be installed, so I
> gave it up. I still think some of this code belongs in generic code,
> but I'm leaving it at this for now. Ok to install?
> Index: ChangeLog
> from Alexandre Oliva <aoliva at redhat dot com>
> * sysdeps/mips/elf/ldsodefs.h: Add mips-specific elf64 relocation
> data structures and macros. Protect from multiple inclusion.
This is fine, put it in,
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