B20.1: "ld -r -T foo.lds foo.o" SIGSEGV

Mumit Khan khan@xraylith.wisc.EDU
Tue Aug 31 23:49:00 GMT 1999

John Reiser <jreiser@teleport.com> writes:
> (cygwin b20.1 on WinNT 4.0 + SP3)
> When I use "ld -r -T foo.lds foo.o", I get a SIGSEGV from ld.
> The bug is in ei386pe.c/gld_i386pe_after_parse() not checking
> for 0==entry_symbol.  A workaround, which may be needed later
> anyway, is to define any global symbol as the entry point:
> 	ld -r -T foo.lds -e foo foo.o

This has been fixed.

1999-06-12  Ian Lance Taylor  <ian@zembu.com>

        * emultempl/pe.em (gld_${EMULATION_NAME}_after_parse): Don't add
        entry_symbol as an undefined symbol when doing a relocateable
        link.  From <jeffdb@goodnet.com>.

You may want to try a new binutils snapshot and see how it flies. For
prebuilt binaries, see:


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