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Re: [PATCH] Scan for Mach-O start address in LC_MAIN and properly check bfd_mach_o_scan_start_address's return value
On Thu, Nov 22, 2012 at 8:36 AM, Tristan Gingold <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> Do you have an FSF assignment ? If no, I cannot commit your patch as is,
>>> but I can write a simplified version of it and commit that version.
>> I do not have a copyright assignment. I'm happy to do whatever's
>> easiest, whether that's doing an assignment (I run my own business, so
>> permission is easy) or having you rewrite the patch. Let me know what
>> you need from me.
> Well, it is up to you. If you plan to do some work in binutils (or gdb),
> please ask Nick (CC:) an assignment form. If you don't, tell me and I
> will rewrite the patch.
I'm not sure how involved I'm going to be, so go ahead and rewrite it.
The next time I submit some code, I will do the paperwork.
One question: do you know if there are going to be any more GDB 7.5.x
releases or will the next release be 7.6? It would be nice if this
change and your changes supporting the new load commands could be in
the next version of GDB, whatever that ends up being. If there's going
to be a 7.5.1, I'm happy to backport the changes to the 7.5 branch.
I'll probably be making a patch to 7.5 for the homebrew
(mxcl.github.com/homebrew) formula anyway.