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Undefined reference to init/fini array symbols


Apologies for the crosspost to both Glibc & Binutils lists.  I am currently 
porting Glibc 2.3.2 to Syllable (See sig) and have the codebase upto the 
stage where it attempts to link libc_pic.a  This currently fails with the 
following errors:

..
/home/user/glibc-configure/libc_pic.os(.text+0x596): In function 
`__libc_csu_init':
/home/user/glibc-2.3.2/csu/elf-init.c:54: undefined reference to 
`__preinit_array_end'
/home/user/glibc-configure/libc_pic.os(.text+0x59c):/home/user/glibc-2.3.2/csu/elf-init.c:54: 
undefined reference to `__preinit_array_start'
/home/user/glibc-configure/libc_pic.os(.text+0x5c5):/home/user/glibc-2.3.2/csu/elf-init.c:66: 
undefined reference to `__init_array_end'
/home/user/glibc-configure/libc_pic.os(.text+0x5cb):/home/user/glibc-2.3.2/csu/elf-init.c:66: 
undefined reference to `__init_array_start'
/home/user/glibc-configure/libc_pic.os(.text+0x617): In function 
`__libc_csu_fini':
/home/user/glibc-2.3.2/csu/elf-init.c:76: undefined reference to 
`__fini_array_end'
/home/user/glibc-configure/libc_pic.os(.text+0x61d):/home/user/glibc-2.3.2/csu/elf-init.c:76: 
undefined reference to `__fini_array_start'
..

Of course I would expect these symbols to be provided by the linker itself 
(GNU ld 2.14), and indeed the linker script includes PROVIDES for all these 
symbols.  A quick test program as follows:

extern void (*__preinit_array_start []) (void);
extern void (*__preinit_array_end []) (void);
extern void (*__init_array_start []) (void);
extern void (*__init_array_end []) (void);
extern void (*__fini_array_start []) (void);
extern void (*__fini_array_end []) (void);

int main( int argc, char *argv[] )
{
  void *foo = *__preinit_array_start[0];
  foo = (void*)0;
  return 0;
}

Compiling with gcc test.c -Wall -o test is fine and nm of the resulting 
executable reveals the symbols are there as expected.

These errors occur on both Syllable with GCC 3.3.2 & Binutils 2.14 and on 
Linux using GCC 3.3.1 & Binutils 2.14 (Configuring Glibc with 
--build=i586-unknown-syllable --host=i586-unknown-syllable)

So now I am stumped and looking for a little help or guidance.  Output of gcc 
-v & ld --verbose is attached below (On Syllable both GCC & Binutils are very 
similiar to Linux)  I have been working on & off on porting Glibc for the 
past three months now and needless to say I am eager to solve these last few 
errors so that I can start testing & debugging!

Has anyone seen anything similiar?  Can anyone shed some light on why I might 
be seeing these errors?  Even better, does anyone have a fix?  Anything would 
be helpful at this point.

Many thanks.

--GCC & ld output--
==================================================
Reading specs from 
/atheos/autolnk/bin/../lib/gcc-lib/i586-pc-syllable/3.3.2/specs
Configured with: ./configure --enable-sjlj-exceptions --prefix=/usr/gcc332 
--enable-languages=c,c++
Thread model: syllable
gcc version 3.3.2

GNU ld version 2.14 20030612
  Supported emulations:
   elf_i386_syllable
   elf_i386_atheos
using internal linker script:
==================================================
/* Script for -z combreloc: combine and sort reloc sections */
OUTPUT_FORMAT("elf32-i386", "elf32-i386",
	      "elf32-i386")
OUTPUT_ARCH(i386)
ENTRY(_start)
SEARCH_DIR("/usr/binutils214/i586-pc-syllable/lib"); 
SEARCH_DIR("/usr/binutils214/lib"); SEARCH_DIR("/usr/local/lib"); 
SEARCH_DIR("/lib"); SEARCH_DIR("/usr/lib");
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==================================================
-- 
Vanders
http://syllable.sourceforge.net/
http://www.liqwyd.com


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