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/* ELF object file format
Copyright 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000
Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of GAS, the GNU Assembler.
GAS is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2,
or (at your option) any later version.
GAS is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See
the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with GAS; see the file COPYING. If not, write to the Free
Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA
02111-1307, USA. */
#define OBJ_HEADER "obj-elf.h"
#include "as.h"
#include "subsegs.h"
#include "obstack.h"
#ifndef ECOFF_DEBUGGING
#define ECOFF_DEBUGGING 0
#else
#define NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG
#endif
#ifdef NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG
#include "ecoff.h"
#endif
#ifdef TC_ALPHA
#include "elf/alpha.h"
#endif
#ifdef TC_MIPS
#include "elf/mips.h"
#endif
#ifdef TC_PPC
#include "elf/ppc.h"
#endif
#ifdef TC_I370
#include "elf/i370.h"
#endif
static bfd_vma elf_s_get_size PARAMS ((symbolS *));
static void elf_s_set_size PARAMS ((symbolS *, bfd_vma));
static bfd_vma elf_s_get_align PARAMS ((symbolS *));
static void elf_s_set_align PARAMS ((symbolS *, bfd_vma));
static void elf_s_set_other PARAMS ((symbolS *, int));
static void elf_copy_symbol_attributes PARAMS ((symbolS *, symbolS *));
static int elf_sec_sym_ok_for_reloc PARAMS ((asection *));
static void adjust_stab_sections PARAMS ((bfd *, asection *, PTR));
static int elf_separate_stab_sections PARAMS ((void));
static void elf_init_stab_section PARAMS ((segT));
#ifdef NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG
static boolean elf_get_extr PARAMS ((asymbol *, EXTR *));
static void elf_set_index PARAMS ((asymbol *, bfd_size_type));
#endif
static void obj_elf_line PARAMS ((int));
void obj_elf_version PARAMS ((int));
static void obj_elf_size PARAMS ((int));
static void obj_elf_type PARAMS ((int));
static void obj_elf_ident PARAMS ((int));
static void obj_elf_weak PARAMS ((int));
static void obj_elf_local PARAMS ((int));
static void obj_elf_visibility PARAMS ((int));
static void obj_elf_symver PARAMS ((int));
static void obj_elf_subsection PARAMS ((int));
static void obj_elf_popsection PARAMS ((int));
static const pseudo_typeS elf_pseudo_table[] =
{
{"comm", obj_elf_common, 0},
{"common", obj_elf_common, 1},
{"ident", obj_elf_ident, 0},
{"local", obj_elf_local, 0},
{"previous", obj_elf_previous, 0},
{"section", obj_elf_section, 0},
{"section.s", obj_elf_section, 0},
{"sect", obj_elf_section, 0},
{"sect.s", obj_elf_section, 0},
{"pushsection", obj_elf_section, 1},
{"popsection", obj_elf_popsection, 0},
{"size", obj_elf_size, 0},
{"type", obj_elf_type, 0},
{"version", obj_elf_version, 0},
{"weak", obj_elf_weak, 0},
/* These define symbol visibility. */
{"internal", obj_elf_visibility, STV_INTERNAL},
{"hidden", obj_elf_visibility, STV_HIDDEN},
{"protected", obj_elf_visibility, STV_PROTECTED},
/* These are used for stabs-in-elf configurations. */
{"line", obj_elf_line, 0},
/* This is a GNU extension to handle symbol versions. */
{"symver", obj_elf_symver, 0},
/* A GNU extension to change subsection only. */
{"subsection", obj_elf_subsection, 0},
/* These are GNU extensions to aid in garbage collecting C++ vtables. */
{"vtable_inherit", (void (*) PARAMS ((int))) &obj_elf_vtable_inherit, 0},
{"vtable_entry", (void (*) PARAMS ((int))) &obj_elf_vtable_entry, 0},
/* These are used for dwarf. */
{"2byte", cons, 2},
{"4byte", cons, 4},
{"8byte", cons, 8},
/* We need to trap the section changing calls to handle .previous. */
{"data", obj_elf_data, 0},
{"text", obj_elf_text, 0},
/* End sentinel. */
{NULL, NULL, 0},
};
static const pseudo_typeS ecoff_debug_pseudo_table[] =
{
#ifdef NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG
/* COFF style debugging information for ECOFF. .ln is not used; .loc
is used instead. */
{ "def", ecoff_directive_def, 0 },
{ "dim", ecoff_directive_dim, 0 },
{ "endef", ecoff_directive_endef, 0 },
{ "file", ecoff_directive_file, 0 },
{ "scl", ecoff_directive_scl, 0 },
{ "tag", ecoff_directive_tag, 0 },
{ "val", ecoff_directive_val, 0 },
/* COFF debugging requires pseudo-ops .size and .type, but ELF
already has meanings for those. We use .esize and .etype
instead. These are only generated by gcc anyhow. */
{ "esize", ecoff_directive_size, 0 },
{ "etype", ecoff_directive_type, 0 },
/* ECOFF specific debugging information. */
{ "begin", ecoff_directive_begin, 0 },
{ "bend", ecoff_directive_bend, 0 },
{ "end", ecoff_directive_end, 0 },
{ "ent", ecoff_directive_ent, 0 },
{ "fmask", ecoff_directive_fmask, 0 },
{ "frame", ecoff_directive_frame, 0 },
{ "loc", ecoff_directive_loc, 0 },
{ "mask", ecoff_directive_mask, 0 },
/* Other ECOFF directives. */
{ "extern", ecoff_directive_extern, 0 },
/* These are used on Irix. I don't know how to implement them. */
{ "alias", s_ignore, 0 },
{ "bgnb", s_ignore, 0 },
{ "endb", s_ignore, 0 },
{ "lab", s_ignore, 0 },
{ "noalias", s_ignore, 0 },
{ "verstamp", s_ignore, 0 },
{ "vreg", s_ignore, 0 },
#endif
{NULL, NULL, 0} /* end sentinel */
};
#undef NO_RELOC
#include "aout/aout64.h"
/* This is called when the assembler starts. */
void
elf_begin ()
{
/* Add symbols for the known sections to the symbol table. */
symbol_table_insert (section_symbol (bfd_get_section_by_name (stdoutput,
TEXT_SECTION_NAME)));
symbol_table_insert (section_symbol (bfd_get_section_by_name (stdoutput,
DATA_SECTION_NAME)));
symbol_table_insert (section_symbol (bfd_get_section_by_name (stdoutput,
BSS_SECTION_NAME)));
}
void
elf_pop_insert ()
{
pop_insert (elf_pseudo_table);
if (ECOFF_DEBUGGING)
pop_insert (ecoff_debug_pseudo_table);
}
static bfd_vma
elf_s_get_size (sym)
symbolS *sym;
{
return S_GET_SIZE (sym);
}
static void
elf_s_set_size (sym, sz)
symbolS *sym;
bfd_vma sz;
{
S_SET_SIZE (sym, sz);
}
static bfd_vma
elf_s_get_align (sym)
symbolS *sym;
{
return S_GET_ALIGN (sym);
}
static void
elf_s_set_align (sym, align)
symbolS *sym;
bfd_vma align;
{
S_SET_ALIGN (sym, align);
}
int
elf_s_get_other (sym)
symbolS *sym;
{
return elf_symbol (symbol_get_bfdsym (sym))->internal_elf_sym.st_other;
}
static void
elf_s_set_other (sym, other)
symbolS *sym;
int other;
{
S_SET_OTHER (sym, other);
}
static void
elf_copy_symbol_attributes (dest, src)
symbolS *dest, *src;
{
OBJ_COPY_SYMBOL_ATTRIBUTES (dest, src);
}
static int
elf_sec_sym_ok_for_reloc (sec)
asection *sec;
{
return obj_sec_sym_ok_for_reloc (sec);
}
void
elf_file_symbol (s)
const char *s;
{
symbolS *sym;
sym = symbol_new (s, absolute_section, (valueT) 0, (struct frag *) 0);
symbol_set_frag (sym, &zero_address_frag);
symbol_get_bfdsym (sym)->flags |= BSF_FILE;
if (symbol_rootP != sym)
{
symbol_remove (sym, &symbol_rootP, &symbol_lastP);
symbol_insert (sym, symbol_rootP, &symbol_rootP, &symbol_lastP);
#ifdef DEBUG
verify_symbol_chain (symbol_rootP, symbol_lastP);
#endif
}
#ifdef NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG
ecoff_new_file (s);
#endif
}
void
obj_elf_common (is_common)
int is_common;
{
char *name;
char c;
char *p;
int temp, size;
symbolS *symbolP;
int have_align;
if (flag_mri && is_common)
{
s_mri_common (0);
return;
}
name = input_line_pointer;
c = get_symbol_end ();
/* just after name is now '\0' */
p = input_line_pointer;
*p = c;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer != ',')
{
as_bad (_("Expected comma after symbol-name"));
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return;
}
input_line_pointer++; /* skip ',' */
if ((temp = get_absolute_expression ()) < 0)
{
as_bad (_(".COMMon length (%d.) <0! Ignored."), temp);
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return;
}
size = temp;
*p = 0;
symbolP = symbol_find_or_make (name);
*p = c;
if (S_IS_DEFINED (symbolP) && ! S_IS_COMMON (symbolP))
{
as_bad (_("Ignoring attempt to re-define symbol"));
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return;
}
if (S_GET_VALUE (symbolP) != 0)
{
if (S_GET_VALUE (symbolP) != (valueT) size)
{
as_warn (_("Length of .comm \"%s\" is already %ld. Not changed to %d."),
S_GET_NAME (symbolP), (long) S_GET_VALUE (symbolP), size);
}
}
know (symbolP->sy_frag == &zero_address_frag);
if (*input_line_pointer != ',')
have_align = 0;
else
{
have_align = 1;
input_line_pointer++;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
}
if (! have_align || *input_line_pointer != '"')
{
if (! have_align)
temp = 0;
else
{
temp = get_absolute_expression ();
if (temp < 0)
{
temp = 0;
as_warn (_("Common alignment negative; 0 assumed"));
}
}
if (symbol_get_obj (symbolP)->local)
{
segT old_sec;
int old_subsec;
char *pfrag;
int align;
/* allocate_bss: */
old_sec = now_seg;
old_subsec = now_subseg;
if (temp)
{
/* convert to a power of 2 alignment */
for (align = 0; (temp & 1) == 0; temp >>= 1, ++align);
if (temp != 1)
{
as_bad (_("Common alignment not a power of 2"));
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return;
}
}
else
align = 0;
record_alignment (bss_section, align);
subseg_set (bss_section, 0);
if (align)
frag_align (align, 0, 0);
if (S_GET_SEGMENT (symbolP) == bss_section)
symbol_get_frag (symbolP)->fr_symbol = 0;
symbol_set_frag (symbolP, frag_now);
pfrag = frag_var (rs_org, 1, 1, (relax_substateT) 0, symbolP,
(offsetT) size, (char *) 0);
*pfrag = 0;
S_SET_SIZE (symbolP, size);
S_SET_SEGMENT (symbolP, bss_section);
S_CLEAR_EXTERNAL (symbolP);
subseg_set (old_sec, old_subsec);
}
else
{
allocate_common:
S_SET_VALUE (symbolP, (valueT) size);
S_SET_ALIGN (symbolP, temp);
S_SET_EXTERNAL (symbolP);
S_SET_SEGMENT (symbolP, bfd_com_section_ptr);
}
}
else
{
input_line_pointer++;
/* @@ Some use the dot, some don't. Can we get some consistency?? */
if (*input_line_pointer == '.')
input_line_pointer++;
/* @@ Some say data, some say bss. */
if (strncmp (input_line_pointer, "bss\"", 4)
&& strncmp (input_line_pointer, "data\"", 5))
{
while (*--input_line_pointer != '"')
;
input_line_pointer--;
goto bad_common_segment;
}
while (*input_line_pointer++ != '"')
;
goto allocate_common;
}
symbol_get_bfdsym (symbolP)->flags |= BSF_OBJECT;
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
return;
{
bad_common_segment:
p = input_line_pointer;
while (*p && *p != '\n')
p++;
c = *p;
*p = '\0';
as_bad (_("bad .common segment %s"), input_line_pointer + 1);
*p = c;
input_line_pointer = p;
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return;
}
}
static void
obj_elf_local (ignore)
int ignore ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
char *name;
int c;
symbolS *symbolP;
do
{
name = input_line_pointer;
c = get_symbol_end ();
symbolP = symbol_find_or_make (name);
*input_line_pointer = c;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
S_CLEAR_EXTERNAL (symbolP);
symbol_get_obj (symbolP)->local = 1;
if (c == ',')
{
input_line_pointer++;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer == '\n')
c = '\n';
}
}
while (c == ',');
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
}
static void
obj_elf_weak (ignore)
int ignore ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
char *name;
int c;
symbolS *symbolP;
do
{
name = input_line_pointer;
c = get_symbol_end ();
symbolP = symbol_find_or_make (name);
*input_line_pointer = c;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
S_SET_WEAK (symbolP);
symbol_get_obj (symbolP)->local = 1;
if (c == ',')
{
input_line_pointer++;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer == '\n')
c = '\n';
}
}
while (c == ',');
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
}
static void
obj_elf_visibility (visibility)
int visibility;
{
char *name;
int c;
symbolS *symbolP;
asymbol *bfdsym;
elf_symbol_type *elfsym;
do
{
name = input_line_pointer;
c = get_symbol_end ();
symbolP = symbol_find_or_make (name);
*input_line_pointer = c;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
bfdsym = symbol_get_bfdsym (symbolP);
elfsym = elf_symbol_from (bfd_asymbol_bfd (bfdsym), bfdsym);
assert (elfsym);
elfsym->internal_elf_sym.st_other = visibility;
if (c == ',')
{
input_line_pointer ++;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer == '\n')
c = '\n';
}
}
while (c == ',');
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
}
static segT previous_section;
static int previous_subsection;
struct section_stack
{
struct section_stack *next;
segT seg, prev_seg;
int subseg, prev_subseg;
};
static struct section_stack *section_stack;
/* Handle the .section pseudo-op. This code supports two different
syntaxes.
The first is found on Solaris, and looks like
.section ".sec1",#alloc,#execinstr,#write
Here the names after '#' are the SHF_* flags to turn on for the
section. I'm not sure how it determines the SHT_* type (BFD
doesn't really give us control over the type, anyhow).
The second format is found on UnixWare, and probably most SVR4
machines, and looks like
.section .sec1,"a",@progbits
The quoted string may contain any combination of a, w, x, and
represents the SHF_* flags to turn on for the section. The string
beginning with '@' can be progbits or nobits. There should be
other possibilities, but I don't know what they are. In any case,
BFD doesn't really let us set the section type. */
/* Certain named sections have particular defined types, listed on p.
4-19 of the ABI. */
struct special_section
{
const char *name;
int type;
int attributes;
};
static struct special_section const special_sections[] =
{
{ ".bss", SHT_NOBITS, SHF_ALLOC + SHF_WRITE },
{ ".comment", SHT_PROGBITS, 0 },
{ ".data", SHT_PROGBITS, SHF_ALLOC + SHF_WRITE },
{ ".data1", SHT_PROGBITS, SHF_ALLOC + SHF_WRITE },
{ ".debug", SHT_PROGBITS, 0 },
{ ".fini", SHT_PROGBITS, SHF_ALLOC + SHF_EXECINSTR },
{ ".init", SHT_PROGBITS, SHF_ALLOC + SHF_EXECINSTR },
{ ".line", SHT_PROGBITS, 0 },
{ ".note", SHT_NOTE, 0 },
{ ".rodata", SHT_PROGBITS, SHF_ALLOC },
{ ".rodata1", SHT_PROGBITS, SHF_ALLOC },
{ ".text", SHT_PROGBITS, SHF_ALLOC + SHF_EXECINSTR },
#ifdef ELF_TC_SPECIAL_SECTIONS
ELF_TC_SPECIAL_SECTIONS
#endif
#if 0
/* The following section names are special, but they can not
reasonably appear in assembler code. Some of the attributes are
processor dependent. */
{ ".dynamic", SHT_DYNAMIC, SHF_ALLOC /* + SHF_WRITE */ },
{ ".dynstr", SHT_STRTAB, SHF_ALLOC },
{ ".dynsym", SHT_DYNSYM, SHF_ALLOC },
{ ".got", SHT_PROGBITS, 0 },
{ ".hash", SHT_HASH, SHF_ALLOC },
{ ".interp", SHT_PROGBITS, /* SHF_ALLOC */ },
{ ".plt", SHT_PROGBITS, 0 },
{ ".shstrtab",SHT_STRTAB, 0 },
{ ".strtab", SHT_STRTAB, /* SHF_ALLOC */ },
{ ".symtab", SHT_SYMTAB, /* SHF_ALLOC */ },
#endif
{ NULL, 0, 0 }
};
void
obj_elf_change_section (name, type, attr, push)
char *name;
int type, attr, push;
{
asection *old_sec;
segT sec;
flagword flags;
int i;
#ifdef md_flush_pending_output
md_flush_pending_output ();
#endif
/* Switch to the section, creating it if necessary. */
if (push)
{
struct section_stack *elt;
elt = xmalloc (sizeof (struct section_stack));
elt->next = section_stack;
elt->seg = now_seg;
elt->prev_seg = previous_section;
elt->subseg = now_subseg;
elt->prev_subseg = previous_subsection;
section_stack = elt;
}
previous_section = now_seg;
previous_subsection = now_subseg;
old_sec = bfd_get_section_by_name (stdoutput, name);
sec = subseg_new (name, 0);
/* See if this is one of the special sections. */
for (i = 0; special_sections[i].name != NULL; i++)
if (strcmp (name, special_sections[i].name) == 0)
{
if (type == SHT_NULL)
type = special_sections[i].type;
else if (type != special_sections[i].type)
{
if (old_sec == NULL)
{
as_warn (_("Setting incorrect section type for %s"), name);
}
else
{
as_warn (_("Ignoring incorrect section type for %s"), name);
type = special_sections[i].type;
}
}
if ((attr &~ special_sections[i].attributes) != 0
&& old_sec == NULL)
{
/* As a GNU extension, we permit a .note section to be
allocatable. If the linker sees an allocateable .note
section, it will create a PT_NOTE segment in the output
file. */
if (strcmp (name, ".note") != 0
|| attr != SHF_ALLOC)
as_warn (_("Setting incorrect section attributes for %s"),
name);
}
attr |= special_sections[i].attributes;
break;
}
/* Convert ELF type and flags to BFD flags. */
flags = (SEC_RELOC
| ((attr & SHF_WRITE) ? 0 : SEC_READONLY)
| ((attr & SHF_ALLOC) ? SEC_ALLOC : 0)
| (((attr & SHF_ALLOC) && type != SHT_NOBITS) ? SEC_LOAD : 0)
| ((attr & SHF_EXECINSTR) ? SEC_CODE : 0));
#ifdef md_elf_section_flags
flags = md_elf_section_flags (flags, attr, type);
#endif
if (old_sec == NULL)
{
symbolS *secsym;
/* Prevent SEC_HAS_CONTENTS from being inadvertently set. */
if (type == SHT_NOBITS)
seg_info (sec)->bss = 1;
bfd_set_section_flags (stdoutput, sec, flags);
/* Add a symbol for this section to the symbol table. */
secsym = symbol_find (name);
if (secsym != NULL)
symbol_set_bfdsym (secsym, sec->symbol);
else
symbol_table_insert (section_symbol (sec));
}
else if (attr != 0)
{
/* If section attributes are specified the second time we see a
particular section, then check that they are the same as we
saw the first time. */
if ((old_sec->flags ^ flags)
& (SEC_ALLOC | SEC_LOAD | SEC_READONLY | SEC_CODE
| SEC_EXCLUDE | SEC_SORT_ENTRIES))
as_warn (_("Ignoring changed section attributes for %s"), name);
}
#ifdef md_elf_section_change_hook
md_elf_section_change_hook ();
#endif
}
int
obj_elf_parse_section_letters (str, len)
char *str;
size_t len;
{
int attr = 0;
while (len > 0)
{
switch (*str)
{
case 'a':
attr |= SHF_ALLOC;
break;
case 'w':
attr |= SHF_WRITE;
break;
case 'x':
attr |= SHF_EXECINSTR;
break;
default:
{
char *bad_msg = _("Unrecognized .section attribute: want a,w,x");
#ifdef md_elf_section_letter
int md_attr = md_elf_section_letter (*str, &bad_msg);
if (md_attr >= 0)
attr |= md_attr;
else
#endif
{
as_warn ("%s", bad_msg);
attr = -1;
}
}
break;
}
str++, len--;
}
return attr;
}
int
obj_elf_section_word (str, len)
char *str;
size_t len;
{
if (len == 5 && strncmp (str, "write", 5) == 0)
return SHF_WRITE;
if (len == 5 && strncmp (str, "alloc", 5) == 0)
return SHF_ALLOC;
if (len == 9 && strncmp (str, "execinstr", 9) == 0)
return SHF_EXECINSTR;
#ifdef md_elf_section_word
{
int md_attr = md_elf_section_word (str, len);
if (md_attr >= 0)
return md_attr;
}
#endif
as_warn (_("Unrecognized section attribute"));
return 0;
}
int
obj_elf_section_type (str, len)
char *str;
size_t len;
{
if (len == 8 && strncmp (str, "progbits", 8) == 0)
return SHT_PROGBITS;
if (len == 6 && strncmp (str, "nobits", 6) == 0)
return SHT_NOBITS;
#ifdef md_elf_section_type
{
int md_type = md_elf_section_type (str, len);
if (md_type >= 0)
return md_type;
}
#endif
as_warn (_("Unrecognized section type"));
return 0;
}
void
obj_elf_section (push)
int push;
{
char *name, *beg, *end;
int type, attr, dummy;
#ifndef TC_I370
if (flag_mri)
{
char mri_type;
#ifdef md_flush_pending_output
md_flush_pending_output ();
#endif
previous_section = now_seg;
previous_subsection = now_subseg;
s_mri_sect (&mri_type);
#ifdef md_elf_section_change_hook
md_elf_section_change_hook ();
#endif
return;
}
#endif /* ! defined (TC_I370) */
/* Get name of section. */
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer == '"')
{
name = demand_copy_C_string (&dummy);
if (name == NULL)
{
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return;
}
}
else
{
end = input_line_pointer;
while (0 == strchr ("\n\t,; ", *end))
end++;
if (end == input_line_pointer)
{
as_warn (_("Missing section name"));
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return;
}
name = xmalloc (end - input_line_pointer + 1);
memcpy (name, input_line_pointer, end - input_line_pointer);
name[end - input_line_pointer] = '\0';
input_line_pointer = end;
}
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
type = SHT_NULL;
attr = 0;
if (*input_line_pointer == ',')
{
/* Skip the comma. */
++input_line_pointer;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer == '"')
{
beg = demand_copy_C_string (&dummy);
if (beg == NULL)
{
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return;
}
attr |= obj_elf_parse_section_letters (beg, strlen (beg));
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer == ',')
{
char c;
++input_line_pointer;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
c = *input_line_pointer;
if (c == '"')
{
beg = demand_copy_C_string (&dummy);
if (beg == NULL)
{
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return;
}
type = obj_elf_section_type (beg, strlen (beg));
}
else if (c == '@' || c == '%')
{
beg = ++input_line_pointer;
c = get_symbol_end ();
*input_line_pointer = c;
type = obj_elf_section_type (beg, input_line_pointer - beg);
}
}
}
else
{
do
{
char c;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer != '#')
{
as_warn (_("Bad .section directive - character following name is not '#'"));
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return;
}
beg = ++input_line_pointer;
c = get_symbol_end ();
*input_line_pointer = c;
attr |= obj_elf_section_word (beg, input_line_pointer - beg);
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
}
while (*input_line_pointer++ == ',');
--input_line_pointer;
}
}
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
obj_elf_change_section (name, type, attr, push);
}
/* Change to the .data section. */
void
obj_elf_data (i)
int i;
{
#ifdef md_flush_pending_output
md_flush_pending_output ();
#endif
previous_section = now_seg;
previous_subsection = now_subseg;
s_data (i);
#ifdef md_elf_section_change_hook
md_elf_section_change_hook ();
#endif
}
/* Change to the .text section. */
void
obj_elf_text (i)
int i;
{
#ifdef md_flush_pending_output
md_flush_pending_output ();
#endif
previous_section = now_seg;
previous_subsection = now_subseg;
s_text (i);
#ifdef md_elf_section_change_hook
md_elf_section_change_hook ();
#endif
}
static void
obj_elf_subsection (ignore)
int ignore ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
register int temp;
#ifdef md_flush_pending_output
md_flush_pending_output ();
#endif
previous_section = now_seg;
previous_subsection = now_subseg;
temp = get_absolute_expression ();
subseg_set (now_seg, (subsegT) temp);
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
#ifdef md_elf_section_change_hook
md_elf_section_change_hook ();
#endif
}
/* This can be called from the processor backends if they change
sections. */
void
obj_elf_section_change_hook ()
{
previous_section = now_seg;
previous_subsection = now_subseg;
}
void
obj_elf_previous (ignore)
int ignore ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
segT new_section;
int new_subsection;
if (previous_section == 0)
{
as_bad (_(".previous without corresponding .section; ignored"));
return;
}
#ifdef md_flush_pending_output
md_flush_pending_output ();
#endif
new_section = previous_section;
new_subsection = previous_subsection;
previous_section = now_seg;
previous_subsection = now_subseg;
subseg_set (new_section, new_subsection);
#ifdef md_elf_section_change_hook
md_elf_section_change_hook ();
#endif
}
static void
obj_elf_popsection (xxx)
int xxx ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
struct section_stack *top = section_stack;
if (top == NULL)
{
as_bad (_(".popsection without corresponding .pushsection; ignored"));
return;
}
#ifdef md_flush_pending_output
md_flush_pending_output ();
#endif
section_stack = top->next;
previous_section = top->prev_seg;
previous_subsection = top->prev_subseg;
subseg_set (top->seg, top->subseg);
free (top);
#ifdef md_elf_section_change_hook
md_elf_section_change_hook ();
#endif
}
static void
obj_elf_line (ignore)
int ignore ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
/* Assume delimiter is part of expression. BSD4.2 as fails with
delightful bug, so we are not being incompatible here. */
new_logical_line ((char *) NULL, (int) (get_absolute_expression ()));
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
}
/* This handles the .symver pseudo-op, which is used to specify a
symbol version. The syntax is ``.symver NAME,SYMVERNAME''.
SYMVERNAME may contain ELF_VER_CHR ('@') characters. This
pseudo-op causes the assembler to emit a symbol named SYMVERNAME
with the same value as the symbol NAME. */
static void
obj_elf_symver (ignore)
int ignore ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
char *name;
char c;
symbolS *sym;
name = input_line_pointer;
c = get_symbol_end ();
sym = symbol_find_or_make (name);
*input_line_pointer = c;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer != ',')
{
as_bad (_("expected comma after name in .symver"));
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return;
}
++input_line_pointer;
name = input_line_pointer;
while (1)
{
c = get_symbol_end ();
if (c != ELF_VER_CHR)
break;
*input_line_pointer++ = c;
}
if (symbol_get_obj (sym)->versioned_name == NULL)
{
symbol_get_obj (sym)->versioned_name = xstrdup (name);
*input_line_pointer = c;
if (strchr (symbol_get_obj (sym)->versioned_name,
ELF_VER_CHR) == NULL)
{
as_bad (_("missing version name in `%s' for symbol `%s'"),
symbol_get_obj (sym)->versioned_name,
S_GET_NAME (sym));
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return;
}
}
else
{
if (strcmp (symbol_get_obj (sym)->versioned_name, name))
{
as_bad (_("multiple versions [`%s'|`%s'] for symbol `%s'"),
name, symbol_get_obj (sym)->versioned_name,
S_GET_NAME (sym));
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return;
}
*input_line_pointer = c;
}
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
}
/* This handles the .vtable_inherit pseudo-op, which is used to indicate
to the linker the hierarchy in which a particular table resides. The
syntax is ".vtable_inherit CHILDNAME, PARENTNAME". */
struct fix *
obj_elf_vtable_inherit (ignore)
int ignore ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
char *cname, *pname;
symbolS *csym, *psym;
char c, bad = 0;
if (*input_line_pointer == '#')
++input_line_pointer;
cname = input_line_pointer;
c = get_symbol_end ();
csym = symbol_find (cname);
/* GCFIXME: should check that we don't have two .vtable_inherits for
the same child symbol. Also, we can currently only do this if the
child symbol is already exists and is placed in a fragment. */
if (csym == NULL || symbol_get_frag (csym) == NULL)
{
as_bad ("expected `%s' to have already been set for .vtable_inherit",
cname);
bad = 1;
}
*input_line_pointer = c;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer != ',')
{
as_bad ("expected comma after name in .vtable_inherit");
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return NULL;
}
++input_line_pointer;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer == '#')
++input_line_pointer;
if (input_line_pointer[0] == '0'
&& (input_line_pointer[1] == '\0'
|| isspace ((unsigned char) input_line_pointer[1])))
{
psym = section_symbol (absolute_section);
++input_line_pointer;
}
else
{
pname = input_line_pointer;
c = get_symbol_end ();
psym = symbol_find_or_make (pname);
*input_line_pointer = c;
}
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
if (bad)
return NULL;
assert (symbol_get_value_expression (csym)->X_op == O_constant);
return fix_new (symbol_get_frag (csym),
symbol_get_value_expression (csym)->X_add_number,
0, psym, 0, 0, BFD_RELOC_VTABLE_INHERIT);
}
/* This handles the .vtable_entry pseudo-op, which is used to indicate
to the linker that a vtable slot was used. The syntax is
".vtable_entry tablename, offset". */
struct fix *
obj_elf_vtable_entry (ignore)
int ignore ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
char *name;
symbolS *sym;
offsetT offset;
char c;
if (*input_line_pointer == '#')
++input_line_pointer;
name = input_line_pointer;
c = get_symbol_end ();
sym = symbol_find_or_make (name);
*input_line_pointer = c;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer != ',')
{
as_bad ("expected comma after name in .vtable_entry");
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return NULL;
}
++input_line_pointer;
if (*input_line_pointer == '#')
++input_line_pointer;
offset = get_absolute_expression ();
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
return fix_new (frag_now, frag_now_fix (), 0, sym, offset, 0,
BFD_RELOC_VTABLE_ENTRY);
}
void
elf_obj_read_begin_hook ()
{
#ifdef NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG
if (ECOFF_DEBUGGING)
ecoff_read_begin_hook ();
#endif
}
void
elf_obj_symbol_new_hook (symbolP)
symbolS *symbolP;
{
struct elf_obj_sy *sy_obj;
sy_obj = symbol_get_obj (symbolP);
sy_obj->size = NULL;
sy_obj->versioned_name = NULL;
#ifdef NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG
if (ECOFF_DEBUGGING)
ecoff_symbol_new_hook (symbolP);
#endif
}
void
obj_elf_version (ignore)
int ignore ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
char *name;
unsigned int c;
char ch;
char *p;
asection *seg = now_seg;
subsegT subseg = now_subseg;
Elf_Internal_Note i_note;
Elf_External_Note e_note;
asection *note_secp = (asection *) NULL;
int i, len;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer == '\"')
{
++input_line_pointer; /* -> 1st char of string. */
name = input_line_pointer;
while (is_a_char (c = next_char_of_string ()))
;
c = *input_line_pointer;
*input_line_pointer = '\0';
*(input_line_pointer - 1) = '\0';
*input_line_pointer = c;
/* create the .note section */
note_secp = subseg_new (".note", 0);
bfd_set_section_flags (stdoutput,
note_secp,
SEC_HAS_CONTENTS | SEC_READONLY);
/* process the version string */
len = strlen (name);
i_note.namesz = ((len + 1) + 3) & ~3; /* round this to word boundary */
i_note.descsz = 0; /* no description */
i_note.type = NT_VERSION;
p = frag_more (sizeof (e_note.namesz));
md_number_to_chars (p, (valueT) i_note.namesz, 4);
p = frag_more (sizeof (e_note.descsz));
md_number_to_chars (p, (valueT) i_note.descsz, 4);
p = frag_more (sizeof (e_note.type));
md_number_to_chars (p, (valueT) i_note.type, 4);
for (i = 0; i < len; i++)
{
ch = *(name + i);
{
FRAG_APPEND_1_CHAR (ch);
}
}
frag_align (2, 0, 0);
subseg_set (seg, subseg);
}
else
{
as_bad (_("Expected quoted string"));
}
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
}
static void
obj_elf_size (ignore)
int ignore ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
char *name = input_line_pointer;
char c = get_symbol_end ();
char *p;
expressionS exp;
symbolS *sym;
p = input_line_pointer;
*p = c;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer != ',')
{
*p = 0;
as_bad (_("expected comma after name `%s' in .size directive"), name);
*p = c;
ignore_rest_of_line ();
return;
}
input_line_pointer++;
expression (&exp);
if (exp.X_op == O_absent)
{
as_bad (_("missing expression in .size directive"));
exp.X_op = O_constant;
exp.X_add_number = 0;
}
*p = 0;
sym = symbol_find_or_make (name);
*p = c;
if (exp.X_op == O_constant)
S_SET_SIZE (sym, exp.X_add_number);
else
{
symbol_get_obj (sym)->size =
(expressionS *) xmalloc (sizeof (expressionS));
*symbol_get_obj (sym)->size = exp;
}
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
}
/* Handle the ELF .type pseudo-op. This sets the type of a symbol.
There are five syntaxes:
The first (used on Solaris) is
.type SYM,#function
The second (used on UnixWare) is
.type SYM,@function
The third (reportedly to be used on Irix 6.0) is
.type SYM STT_FUNC
The fourth (used on NetBSD/Arm and Linux/ARM) is
.type SYM,%function
The fifth (used on SVR4/860) is
.type SYM,"function"
*/
static void
obj_elf_type (ignore)
int ignore ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
char *name;
char c;
int type;
const char *typename;
symbolS *sym;
elf_symbol_type *elfsym;
name = input_line_pointer;
c = get_symbol_end ();
sym = symbol_find_or_make (name);
elfsym = (elf_symbol_type *) symbol_get_bfdsym (sym);
*input_line_pointer = c;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if (*input_line_pointer == ',')
++input_line_pointer;
SKIP_WHITESPACE ();
if ( *input_line_pointer == '#'
|| *input_line_pointer == '@'
|| *input_line_pointer == '"'
|| *input_line_pointer == '%')
++input_line_pointer;
typename = input_line_pointer;
c = get_symbol_end ();
type = 0;
if (strcmp (typename, "function") == 0
|| strcmp (typename, "STT_FUNC") == 0)
type = BSF_FUNCTION;
else if (strcmp (typename, "object") == 0
|| strcmp (typename, "STT_OBJECT") == 0)
type = BSF_OBJECT;
#ifdef md_elf_symbol_type
else if ((type = md_elf_symbol_type (typename, sym, elfsym)) != -1)
;
#endif
else
as_bad (_("ignoring unrecognized symbol type \"%s\""), typename);
*input_line_pointer = c;
if (*input_line_pointer == '"')
++input_line_pointer;
elfsym->symbol.flags |= type;
demand_empty_rest_of_line ();
}
static void
obj_elf_ident (ignore)
int ignore ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
static segT comment_section;
segT old_section = now_seg;
int old_subsection = now_subseg;
#ifdef md_flush_pending_output
md_flush_pending_output ();
#endif
if (!comment_section)
{
char *p;
comment_section = subseg_new (".comment", 0);
bfd_set_section_flags (stdoutput, comment_section,
SEC_READONLY | SEC_HAS_CONTENTS);
p = frag_more (1);
*p = 0;
}
else
subseg_set (comment_section, 0);
stringer (1);
subseg_set (old_section, old_subsection);
}
#ifdef INIT_STAB_SECTION
/* The first entry in a .stabs section is special. */
void
obj_elf_init_stab_section (seg)
segT seg;
{
char *file;
char *p;
char *stabstr_name;
unsigned int stroff;
/* Force the section to align to a longword boundary. Without this,
UnixWare ar crashes. */
bfd_set_section_alignment (stdoutput, seg, 2);
/* Make space for this first symbol. */
p = frag_more (12);
/* Zero it out. */
memset (p, 0, 12);
as_where (&file, (unsigned int *) NULL);
stabstr_name = (char *) alloca (strlen (segment_name (seg)) + 4);
strcpy (stabstr_name, segment_name (seg));
strcat (stabstr_name, "str");
stroff = get_stab_string_offset (file, stabstr_name);
know (stroff == 1);
md_number_to_chars (p, stroff, 4);
seg_info (seg)->stabu.p = p;
}
#endif
/* Fill in the counts in the first entry in a .stabs section. */
static void
adjust_stab_sections (abfd, sec, xxx)
bfd *abfd;
asection *sec;
PTR xxx ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
char *name;
asection *strsec;
char *p;
int strsz, nsyms;
if (strncmp (".stab", sec->name, 5))
return;
if (!strcmp ("str", sec->name + strlen (sec->name) - 3))
return;
name = (char *) alloca (strlen (sec->name) + 4);
strcpy (name, sec->name);
strcat (name, "str");
strsec = bfd_get_section_by_name (abfd, name);
if (strsec)
strsz = bfd_section_size (abfd, strsec);
else
strsz = 0;
nsyms = bfd_section_size (abfd, sec) / 12 - 1;
p = seg_info (sec)->stabu.p;
assert (p != 0);
bfd_h_put_16 (abfd, (bfd_vma) nsyms, (bfd_byte *) p + 6);
bfd_h_put_32 (abfd, (bfd_vma) strsz, (bfd_byte *) p + 8);
}
#ifdef NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG
/* This function is called by the ECOFF code. It is supposed to
record the external symbol information so that the backend can
write it out correctly. The ELF backend doesn't actually handle
this at the moment, so we do it ourselves. We save the information
in the symbol. */
void
elf_ecoff_set_ext (sym, ext)
symbolS *sym;
struct ecoff_extr *ext;
{
symbol_get_bfdsym (sym)->udata.p = (PTR) ext;
}
/* This function is called by bfd_ecoff_debug_externals. It is
supposed to *EXT to the external symbol information, and return
whether the symbol should be used at all. */
static boolean
elf_get_extr (sym, ext)
asymbol *sym;
EXTR *ext;
{
if (sym->udata.p == NULL)
return false;
*ext = *(EXTR *) sym->udata.p;
return true;
}
/* This function is called by bfd_ecoff_debug_externals. It has
nothing to do for ELF. */
/*ARGSUSED*/
static void
elf_set_index (sym, indx)
asymbol *sym ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
bfd_size_type indx ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED;
{
}
#endif /* NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG */
void
elf_frob_symbol (symp, puntp)
symbolS *symp;
int *puntp;
{
struct elf_obj_sy *sy_obj;
#ifdef NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG
if (ECOFF_DEBUGGING)
ecoff_frob_symbol (symp);
#endif
sy_obj = symbol_get_obj (symp);
if (sy_obj->size != NULL)
{
switch (sy_obj->size->X_op)
{
case O_subtract:
S_SET_SIZE (symp,
(S_GET_VALUE (sy_obj->size->X_add_symbol)
+ sy_obj->size->X_add_number
- S_GET_VALUE (sy_obj->size->X_op_symbol)));
break;
case O_constant:
S_SET_SIZE (symp,
(S_GET_VALUE (sy_obj->size->X_add_symbol)
+ sy_obj->size->X_add_number));
break;
default:
as_bad (_(".size expression too complicated to fix up"));
break;
}
free (sy_obj->size);
sy_obj->size = NULL;
}
if (sy_obj->versioned_name != NULL)
{
char *p;
p = strchr (sy_obj->versioned_name, ELF_VER_CHR);
know (p != NULL);
/* This symbol was given a new name with the .symver directive.
If this is an external reference, just rename the symbol to
include the version string. This will make the relocs be
against the correct versioned symbol.
If this is a definition, add an alias. FIXME: Using an alias
will permit the debugging information to refer to the right
symbol. However, it's not clear whether it is the best
approach. */
if (! S_IS_DEFINED (symp))
{
/* Verify that the name isn't using the @@ syntax--this is
reserved for definitions of the default version to link
against. */
if (p[1] == ELF_VER_CHR)
{
as_bad (_("invalid attempt to declare external version name as default in symbol `%s'"),
sy_obj->versioned_name);
*puntp = true;
}
S_SET_NAME (symp, sy_obj->versioned_name);
}
else
{
if (p [1] == ELF_VER_CHR && p [2] == ELF_VER_CHR)
{
size_t l;
/* The @@@ syntax is a special case. It renames the
symbol name to versioned_name with one `@' removed. */
l = strlen (&p[3]) + 1;
memmove (&p [2], &p[3], l);
S_SET_NAME (symp, sy_obj->versioned_name);
}
else
{
symbolS *symp2;
/* FIXME: Creating a new symbol here is risky. We're
in the final loop over the symbol table. We can
get away with it only because the symbol goes to
the end of the list, where the loop will still see
it. It would probably be better to do this in
obj_frob_file_before_adjust. */
symp2 = symbol_find_or_make (sy_obj->versioned_name);
/* Now we act as though we saw symp2 = sym. */
S_SET_SEGMENT (symp2, S_GET_SEGMENT (symp));
/* Subtracting out the frag address here is a hack
because we are in the middle of the final loop. */
S_SET_VALUE (symp2,
(S_GET_VALUE (symp)
- symbol_get_frag (symp)->fr_address));
symbol_set_frag (symp2, symbol_get_frag (symp));
/* This will copy over the size information. */
copy_symbol_attributes (symp2, symp);
if (S_IS_WEAK (symp))
S_SET_WEAK (symp2);
if (S_IS_EXTERNAL (symp))
S_SET_EXTERNAL (symp2);
}
}
}
/* Double check weak symbols. */
if (S_IS_WEAK (symp))
{
if (S_IS_COMMON (symp))
as_bad (_("Symbol `%s' can not be both weak and common"),
S_GET_NAME (symp));
}
#ifdef TC_MIPS
/* The Irix 5 and 6 assemblers set the type of any common symbol and
any undefined non-function symbol to STT_OBJECT. We try to be
compatible, since newer Irix 5 and 6 linkers care. However, we
only set undefined symbols to be STT_OBJECT if we are on Irix,
because that is the only time gcc will generate the necessary
.global directives to mark functions. */
if (S_IS_COMMON (symp))
symbol_get_bfdsym (symp)->flags |= BSF_OBJECT;
if (strstr (TARGET_OS, "irix") != NULL
&& ! S_IS_DEFINED (symp)
&& (symbol_get_bfdsym (symp)->flags & BSF_FUNCTION) == 0)
symbol_get_bfdsym (symp)->flags |= BSF_OBJECT;
#endif
#if 0 /* TC_PPC */
/* If TC_PPC is defined, we used to force the type of a symbol to be
BSF_OBJECT if it was otherwise unset. This was required by some
version of VxWorks. Thomas de Lellis <tdel@windriver.com> says
that this is no longer needed, so it is now commented out. */
if ((symbol_get_bfdsym (symp)->flags
& (BSF_FUNCTION | BSF_FILE | BSF_SECTION_SYM)) == 0
&& S_IS_DEFINED (symp))
symbol_get_bfdsym (symp)->flags |= BSF_OBJECT;
#endif
}
void
elf_frob_file ()
{
bfd_map_over_sections (stdoutput, adjust_stab_sections, (PTR) 0);
#ifdef elf_tc_final_processing
elf_tc_final_processing ();
#endif
}
/* It removes any unneeded versioned symbols from the symbol table. */
void
elf_frob_file_before_adjust ()
{
if (symbol_rootP)
{
symbolS *symp;
for (symp = symbol_rootP; symp; symp = symbol_next (symp))
if (symbol_get_obj (symp)->versioned_name)
{
if (!S_IS_DEFINED (symp))
{
char *p;
/* The @@@ syntax is a special case. If the symbol is
not defined, 2 `@'s will be removed from the
versioned_name. */
p = strchr (symbol_get_obj (symp)->versioned_name,
ELF_VER_CHR);
know (p != NULL);
if (p [1] == ELF_VER_CHR && p [2] == ELF_VER_CHR)
{
size_t l = strlen (&p[3]) + 1;
memmove (&p [1], &p[3], l);
}
if (symbol_used_p (symp) == 0
&& symbol_used_in_reloc_p (symp) == 0)
symbol_remove (symp, &symbol_rootP, &symbol_lastP);
}
}
}
}
/* It is required that we let write_relocs have the opportunity to
optimize away fixups before output has begun, since it is possible
to eliminate all fixups for a section and thus we never should
have generated the relocation section. */
void
elf_frob_file_after_relocs ()
{
#ifdef NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG
if (ECOFF_DEBUGGING)
/* Generate the ECOFF debugging information. */
{
const struct ecoff_debug_swap *debug_swap;
struct ecoff_debug_info debug;
char *buf;
asection *sec;
debug_swap
= get_elf_backend_data (stdoutput)->elf_backend_ecoff_debug_swap;
know (debug_swap != (const struct ecoff_debug_swap *) NULL);
ecoff_build_debug (&debug.symbolic_header, &buf, debug_swap);
/* Set up the pointers in debug. */
#define SET(ptr, offset, type) \
debug.ptr = (type) (buf + debug.symbolic_header.offset)
SET (line, cbLineOffset, unsigned char *);
SET (external_dnr, cbDnOffset, PTR);
SET (external_pdr, cbPdOffset, PTR);
SET (external_sym, cbSymOffset, PTR);
SET (external_opt, cbOptOffset, PTR);
SET (external_aux, cbAuxOffset, union aux_ext *);
SET (ss, cbSsOffset, char *);
SET (external_fdr, cbFdOffset, PTR);
SET (external_rfd, cbRfdOffset, PTR);
/* ssext and external_ext are set up just below. */
#undef SET
/* Set up the external symbols. */
debug.ssext = debug.ssext_end = NULL;
debug.external_ext = debug.external_ext_end = NULL;
if (! bfd_ecoff_debug_externals (stdoutput, &debug, debug_swap, true,
elf_get_extr, elf_set_index))
as_fatal (_("Failed to set up debugging information: %s"),
bfd_errmsg (bfd_get_error ()));
sec = bfd_get_section_by_name (stdoutput, ".mdebug");
assert (sec != NULL);
know (stdoutput->output_has_begun == false);
/* We set the size of the section, call bfd_set_section_contents
to force the ELF backend to allocate a file position, and then
write out the data. FIXME: Is this really the best way to do
this? */
sec->_raw_size = bfd_ecoff_debug_size (stdoutput, &debug, debug_swap);
/* Pass BUF to bfd_set_section_contents because this will
eventually become a call to fwrite, and ISO C prohibits
passing a NULL pointer to a stdio function even if the
pointer will not be used. */
if (! bfd_set_section_contents (stdoutput, sec, (PTR) buf,
(file_ptr) 0, (bfd_size_type) 0))
as_fatal (_("Can't start writing .mdebug section: %s"),
bfd_errmsg (bfd_get_error ()));
know (stdoutput->output_has_begun == true);
know (sec->filepos != 0);
if (! bfd_ecoff_write_debug (stdoutput, &debug, debug_swap,
sec->filepos))
as_fatal (_("Could not write .mdebug section: %s"),
bfd_errmsg (bfd_get_error ()));
}
#endif /* NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG */
}
#ifdef SCO_ELF
/* Heavily plagarized from obj_elf_version. The idea is to emit the
SCO specific identifier in the .notes section to satisfy the SCO
linker.
This looks more complicated than it really is. As opposed to the
"obvious" solution, this should handle the cross dev cases
correctly. (i.e, hosting on a 64 bit big endian processor, but
generating SCO Elf code) Efficiency isn't a concern, as there
should be exactly one of these sections per object module.
SCO OpenServer 5 identifies it's ELF modules with a standard ELF
.note section.
int_32 namesz = 4 ; Name size
int_32 descsz = 12 ; Descriptive information
int_32 type = 1 ;
char name[4] = "SCO" ; Originator name ALWAYS SCO + NULL
int_32 version = (major ver # << 16) | version of tools ;
int_32 source = (tool_id << 16 ) | 1 ;
int_32 info = 0 ; These are set by the SCO tools, but we
don't know enough about the source
environment to set them. SCO ld currently
ignores them, and recommends we set them
to zero. */
#define SCO_MAJOR_VERSION 0x1
#define SCO_MINOR_VERSION 0x1
void
sco_id ()
{
char *name;
unsigned int c;
char ch;
char *p;
asection *seg = now_seg;
subsegT subseg = now_subseg;
Elf_Internal_Note i_note;
Elf_External_Note e_note;
asection *note_secp = (asection *) NULL;
int i, len;
/* create the .note section */
note_secp = subseg_new (".note", 0);
bfd_set_section_flags (stdoutput,
note_secp,
SEC_HAS_CONTENTS | SEC_READONLY);
/* process the version string */
i_note.namesz = 4;
i_note.descsz = 12; /* 12 descriptive bytes */
i_note.type = NT_VERSION; /* Contains a version string */
p = frag_more (sizeof (i_note.namesz));
md_number_to_chars (p, (valueT) i_note.namesz, 4);
p = frag_more (sizeof (i_note.descsz));
md_number_to_chars (p, (valueT) i_note.descsz, 4);
p = frag_more (sizeof (i_note.type));
md_number_to_chars (p, (valueT) i_note.type, 4);
p = frag_more (4);
strcpy (p, "SCO");
/* Note: this is the version number of the ELF we're representing */
p = frag_more (4);
md_number_to_chars (p, (SCO_MAJOR_VERSION << 16) | (SCO_MINOR_VERSION), 4);
/* Here, we pick a magic number for ourselves (yes, I "registered"
it with SCO. The bottom bit shows that we are compat with the
SCO ABI. */
p = frag_more (4);
md_number_to_chars (p, 0x4c520000 | 0x0001, 4);
/* If we knew (or cared) what the source language options were, we'd
fill them in here. SCO has given us permission to ignore these
and just set them to zero. */
p = frag_more (4);
md_number_to_chars (p, 0x0000, 4);
frag_align (2, 0, 0);
/* We probably can't restore the current segment, for there likely
isn't one yet... */
if (seg && subseg)
subseg_set (seg, subseg);
}
#endif /* SCO_ELF */
static int
elf_separate_stab_sections ()
{
#ifdef NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG
return (!ECOFF_DEBUGGING);
#else
return 1;
#endif
}
static void
elf_init_stab_section (seg)
segT seg;
{
#ifdef NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG
if (!ECOFF_DEBUGGING)
#endif
obj_elf_init_stab_section (seg);
}
const struct format_ops elf_format_ops =
{
bfd_target_elf_flavour,
0, /* dfl_leading_underscore */
1, /* emit_section_symbols */
elf_begin,
elf_file_symbol,
elf_frob_symbol,
elf_frob_file,
elf_frob_file_before_adjust,
elf_frob_file_after_relocs,
elf_s_get_size, elf_s_set_size,
elf_s_get_align, elf_s_set_align,
elf_s_get_other,
elf_s_set_other,
0, /* s_get_desc */
0, /* s_set_desc */
0, /* s_get_type */
0, /* s_set_type */
elf_copy_symbol_attributes,
#ifdef NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG
ecoff_generate_asm_lineno,
ecoff_stab,
#else
0, /* generate_asm_lineno */
0, /* process_stab */
#endif
elf_separate_stab_sections,
elf_init_stab_section,
elf_sec_sym_ok_for_reloc,
elf_pop_insert,
#ifdef NEED_ECOFF_DEBUG
elf_ecoff_set_ext,
#else
0, /* ecoff_set_ext */
#endif
elf_obj_read_begin_hook,
elf_obj_symbol_new_hook
};