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Re: IA64 symbol addresses always 0?
On Tue, Jan 06, 2004 at 09:36:26AM -0500, Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:
> Don't most non-descriptor architectures do this? ARM does, and MIPS
> does (sometimes and sometimes not; I don't remember exactly why but I
> think it's the same if-address-taken). SH does. Even PPC does.
Yes. It's still a hack, and an odd thing that undefined symbols have a
non-zero value. Jakub's ELF_LINK_POINTER_EQUALITY_NEEDED changes for
x86 will of course mean that the great majority of undefined functions
_won't_ have this odd property of being defined to their plt slot.
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