PATCH: Don't warn defintion overrides indirect versioned symbol
Fri Aug 9 14:06:00 GMT 2002
On Freitag, 9. August 2002 22:43, H. J. Lu wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 09, 2002 at 09:42:18PM +0200, Franz Sirl wrote:
> > It should warn because for everything except the very special libgcc_s
> > vs. glibc case the user is warned about a real problem. In the normal
> > case if a symbol is moved, you simply reversion it and want to be warned
> > if you forget that.
> > Contrary to your patch, I would rather strengthen the warning, cause it
> > really should warn too if both symbols are default non-weak symbols with
> > the same version, not warning about that caused the libgcc_s vs. glibc
> > mess in the first place.
> There is nothing wrong to have 2 different DSOes defining the same
> symbol. We never warn about it nor should.
Really? This sounds very suspicious to me. IMO we should warn unless:
- both symbols have same non-default versions
- or one of them is weak
And we _did_ warn about this situation until you disabled it, just the warning
didn't cover enough situations.
Remember, it's a warning during linking, no error, so if someone want's to
ignore it he is free to do so (and the shared linker rightly doesn't warn,
cause it can assume the situation is OK, the user has been warned before),
but it's good to have the warning in the first place.
Aynway, have a nice weekend, talk again on Sunday.
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