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Re: [Gold] Skip linking when output file is newer than all inputs?
- From: Niklas HambÃchen <mail at nh2 dot me>
- To: Ian Lance Taylor <iant at google dot com>
- Cc: binutils at sourceware dot org
- Date: Tue, 02 Jul 2013 09:34:52 -0700
- Subject: Re: [Gold] Skip linking when output file is newer than all inputs?
- References: <51BB004B dot 8050200 at nh2 dot me> <CAKOQZ8zpxoRrc0_Cv59o7UUnbMsjWX3Cmg8teMApVqxcJEpVWA at mail dot gmail dot com> <51BB23C9 dot 4050403 at nh2 dot me>
It would be nice to get an answer to this.
On 14/06/13 07:08, Niklas HambÃchen wrote:
>> If I understand you correctly, that's what the make program is for. I
>> don't think gold needs to have the same functionality.
> That's not what I meant, in a Makefile you usually have no way to
> actually depend on a big number of ld inputs - for example when they are
> in system paths and you reference them by name (e.g. -l...); the logic
> to select from these paths is inside the linker program.