[GOLD] debug_msg test
Fri Mar 8 00:45:00 GMT 2013
On Thu, Mar 07, 2013 at 10:59:57AM -0800, Cary Coutant wrote:
> > Yes, I'm sure we don't have a problem with the dwarf info. (Or at
> > least, it's not an easy problem to fix.) PowerPC64 doesn't have a
> > linker managed GOT like most other targets. Instead the compiler
> > manages the GOT (and calls it TOC). That results in no relocation
> > on the actual code referencing a variable, but one in the TOC section
> > instead. Like a linker managed GOT, a TOC entry can serve multiple
> > references to a given symbol, so there isn't really any way to
> > associate a TOC entry with a particular source/line. I suppose we
> > could modify gcc to output one source/line combo on TOC entries, but
> > we don't do that currently.
> > A similar situation happens on ppc32 with -fPIC and the .got2 section,
> > which again is a compiler managed GOT.
> It sounds like it's impractical, then, to get a line number in this
> case, so I'd suggest suppressing that one check for powerpc.
> Something like the attached should work.
Thanks! It does, and I'm happy with it from a powerpc testing
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