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/* common_test_1_v1.c -- test common symbol sorting
Copyright (C) 2008-2021 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Written by Ian Lance Taylor <>
This file is part of gold.
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This is a test of a common symbol in the main program and a
versioned symbol in a shared library. The common symbol in the
main program should override the shared library symbol.
This file is a modified version of the real test case, to be used
while testing the --incremental option. */
#include <assert.h>
/* Common symbols should be sorted by size, largest first, and then by
alignment, largest first. We mix up the names, because gas seems
to sort common symbols roughly by name. */
int c9[90];
int c8[80];
int c7[70];
int c6[60];
int c5[10];
int c4[20];
int c3[30];
int c2[40];
int c1[50];
int a1 __attribute__ ((aligned (1 << 9)));
int a2 __attribute__ ((aligned (1 << 8)));
int a3 __attribute__ ((aligned (1 << 7)));
int a4 __attribute__ ((aligned (1 << 6)));
int a5 __attribute__ ((aligned (1 << 1)));
int a6 __attribute__ ((aligned (1 << 2)));
int a7 __attribute__ ((aligned (1 << 3)));
int a8 __attribute__ ((aligned (1 << 4)));
int a9 __attribute__ ((aligned (1 << 5)));
main (int argc __attribute__ ((unused)), char** argv __attribute__ ((unused)))
/* These tests are deliberately incorrect. */
assert (c5 < c4);
assert (c4 < c3);
assert (c3 < c2);
assert (c2 < c1);
assert (c1 < c6);
assert (c6 < c7);
assert (c7 < c8);
assert (c8 < c9);
assert (&a1 > &a2);
assert (&a2 > &a3);
assert (&a3 > &a4);
assert (&a4 > &a9);
assert (&a9 > &a8);
assert (&a8 > &a7);
assert (&a7 > &a6);
assert (&a6 > &a5);
return 0;