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Re: Using linker script instead of library in Gold
You were right. Problem was that I used elf32-mips instead of
elf32-tradlittlemips as name. I fixed that, and now that part work
(still there are some other issues :-)).
On 14/07/2011 19:15, Ian Lance Taylor wrote:
> Aleksandar Simeonov <Aleksandar.Simeonov@RT-RK.com> writes:
>> Yes, but still when I do linking I got error like:
>> ../../mips-linux-gnu-ld.gold: Attempt to open /usr/lib/libc.so succeeded
>> ../../mips-linux-gnu-ld.gold: warning: skipping incompatible
>> /usr/lib/libc.so while searching for c
>> ../../mips-linux-gnu-ld.gold: error: cannot find -lc
>> Maybe I overlooked something?
> It means that the OUTPUT_FORMAT string in your libc.so,
> elf32-tradlittlemips, was not recognized or did not match the target
> recognized for the .o files. What string are you passing to the
> Target_selector constructor?
>> On 13/07/2011 17:46, Ian Lance Taylor wrote:
>>> Aleksandar Simeonov <Aleksandar.Simeonov@RT-RK.com> writes:
>>>> I have one short question today. Situation is as follow: instead of
>>>> having lib.so as shared library, on our Linux distribution we have ld
>>>> linker script:
>>>> /* GNU ld script
>>>> Use the shared library, but some functions are only in
>>>> the static library, so try that secondarily. */
>>>> GROUP ( /lib/libc.so.6 /usr/lib/libc_nonshared.a AS_NEEDED (
>>>> /lib/ld.so.1 ) )
>>>> Is Gold capable of using it (for ld is enough to put -lc in command
>>>> line) and if yes, what command option should be used?
>>> This is normal on any glibc-based system. gold supports this without
>>> requiring any special options.