MS or cygwin dll debug tools/ was "sys/sockio.h" etc.

Mike Marchywka marchywka@hotmail.com
Fri May 30 01:49:00 GMT 2008


> .rdata relocs it is then.

This is why I lurk as I now remember something about this and, sure, I can find it on google.
Of course, it would still be nice to have a fully instrumented load ( so where do I find the 
unreolcatable data?) .
I relinked with -strip and used dumpbin to find all the symbols in rdata but there are several hundred.
I thought I could grep the code for suspicious consts but no luck so far.
Isn't there some way to find the offending relocation attempt? What does strace know
about the stituation or does it just echo stuff from Windoze? 


Thanks.




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> Date: Wed, 28 May 2008 14:08:31 -0700
> From: brian@dessent.net
> To: marchywka@hotmail.com
> CC: cygwin@cygwin.com
> Subject: Re: MS or cygwin dll debug tools/ was "sys/sockio.h" etc.
>
> Mike Marchywka wrote:
>
>> I think I mentioned the windoze invokation before and got the definitive " The app failed to initialize ..."
>> meesage. I didn't know about strace, let me see if I can expand on this,
>
> .rdata relocs it is then.
>
> Brian

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