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/* Operating system specific defines to be used when targeting GCC for
Sequent's Dynix/ptx v4 and later.
Copyright 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
Generic SysV4 file Contributed by Ron Guilmette (
Renamed and changed to suit Dynix/ptx v4 and later.
Modified by Tim Wright (
Modified by Janis Johnson (
This file is part of GCC.
GCC 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.
GCC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with GCC; see the file COPYING. If not, write to
the Free Software Foundation, 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
/* Define a symbol indicating that we are using svr4.h. */
#define USING_SVR4_H
/* Use DWARF 2 debugging info by default. */
/* Cpp, assembler, linker, library, and startfile spec's. */
/* This defines which switch letters take arguments. On svr4, most of
the normal cases (defined in gcc.c) apply, and we also have -h* and
-z* options (for the linker). Note however that there is no such
thing as a -T option for svr4. */
( (CHAR) == 'D' \
|| (CHAR) == 'U' \
|| (CHAR) == 'o' \
|| (CHAR) == 'e' \
|| (CHAR) == 'u' \
|| (CHAR) == 'I' \
|| (CHAR) == 'm' \
|| (CHAR) == 'L' \
|| (CHAR) == 'A' \
|| (CHAR) == 'h' \
|| (CHAR) == 'z')
/* This defines which multi-letter switches take arguments. On svr4,
there are no such switches except those implemented by GCC itself. */
&& strcmp (STR, "Tdata") && strcmp (STR, "Ttext") \
&& strcmp (STR, "Tbss"))
/* Provide an ASM_SPEC appropriate for svr4. Here we try to support as
many of the specialized svr4 assembler options as seems reasonable,
given that there are certain options which we can't (or shouldn't)
support directly due to the fact that they conflict with other options
for other svr4 tools (e.g. ld) or with other options for GCC itself.
For example, we don't support the -o (output file) or -R (remove
input file) options because GCC already handles these things. We
also don't support the -m (run m4) option for the assembler because
that conflicts with the -m (produce load map) option of the svr4
linker. We do however allow passing arbitrary options to the svr4
assembler via the -Wa, option.
Note that gcc doesn't allow a space to follow -Y in a -Ym,* or -Yd,*
#undef ASM_SPEC
#ifdef USE_GAS
#define ASM_SPEC \
"%{v:-V} %{Qy:} %{!Qn:-Qy} %{n} %{T} %{Ym,*} %{Yd,*} %{Wa,*:%*}"
#define ASM_SPEC \
"-no_0f_fix -no_eflags_chk %{v:-V} %{Qy:} %{!Qn:-Qy} %{n} %{T} %{Ym,*} %{Yd,*} %{Wa,*:%*}"
/* Provide a LIB_SPEC appropriate for svr4. Here we tack on the default
standard C library (unless we are building a shared library). */
#undef LIB_SPEC
#define LIB_SPEC "%{!shared:%{!symbolic:-lc}}"
/* Provide a LIBGCC_SPEC appropriate for svr4. We also want to exclude
libgcc when -symbolic. */
#define LIBGCC_SPEC "%{!shared:%{!symbolic:-lgcc}}"
/* Provide an ENDFILE_SPEC appropriate for svr4. Here we tack on our own
magical crtend.o file (see crtstuff.c) which provides part of the
support for getting C++ file-scope static object constructed before
entering `main', followed by the normal svr3/svr4 "finalizer" file,
which is either `gcrtn.o' or `crtn.o'. */
#define ENDFILE_SPEC "crtend.o%s %{pg:gcrtn.o}%{!pg:crtn.o%s}"
/* Provide a LINK_SPEC appropriate for svr4. Here we provide support
for the special GCC options -static, -shared, and -symbolic which
allow us to link things in one of these three modes by applying the
appropriate combinations of options at link-time. We also provide
support here for as many of the other svr4 linker options as seems
reasonable, given that some of them conflict with options for other
svr4 tools (e.g. the assembler). In particular, we do support the
-z*, -V, -b, -t, -Qy, -Qn, and -YP* options here, and the -e*,
-l*, -o*, -r, -s, -u*, and -L* options are directly supported
by gcc.c itself. We don't directly support the -m (generate load
map) option because that conflicts with the -m (run m4) option of
the svr4 assembler. We also don't directly support the svr4 linker's
-I* or -M* options because these conflict with existing GCC options.
We do however allow passing arbitrary options to the svr4 linker
via the -Wl, option. We don't support the svr4 linker's -a option
at all because it is totally useless and because it conflicts with
GCC's own -a option.
Note that gcc doesn't allow a space to follow -Y in a -YP,* option.
When the -G link option is used (-shared and -symbolic) a final link is
not being done. */
#undef LINK_SPEC
#define LINK_SPEC "%{h*} %{v:-V} \
%{b} %{Wl,*:%*} \
%{static:-dn -Bstatic} \
%{shared:-G -dy -z text} \
%{symbolic:-Bsymbolic -G -dy -z text} \
%{G:-G} \
%{YP,*} \
%{!YP,*:%{p:-Y P,/lib/libp:/usr/lib/libp:/lib:/usr/lib} \
%{!p:-Y P,/lib:/usr/lib}} \
%{Qy:} %{!Qn:-Qy}"
/* Gcc automatically adds in one of the files /lib/values-Xc.o
or /lib/values-Xa.o, for each final link step (depending upon the other
gcc options selected, such as -ansi). These files each contain one
(initialized) copy of a special variable called `_lib_version'. Each
one of these files has `_lib_version' initialized to a different (enum)
value. The SVR4 library routines query the value of `_lib_version'
at run to decide how they should behave. Specifically, they decide
(based upon the value of `_lib_version') if they will act in a strictly
ANSI conforming manner or not.
#define STARTFILE_SPEC "%{!shared: \
%{!symbolic: \
%{pg:gcrti.o%s}%{!pg:crti.o%s} \
%{ansi:values-Xc.o%s} \
%{!ansi:values-Xa.o%s} \
/* Don't use bcopy, which doesn't handle overlaps before DYNIX/ptx 4.6. */
/* The numbers used to denote specific machine registers in the System V
Release 4 DWARF debugging information are quite likely to be totally
different from the numbers used in BSD stabs debugging information
for the same kind of target machine. Thus, we undefine the macro
DBX_REGISTER_NUMBER here as an extra inducement to get people to
provide proper machine-specific definitions of DBX_REGISTER_NUMBER
(which is also used to provide DWARF registers numbers in dwarfout.c)
in their tm.h files which include this file. */
/* Like block addresses, stabs line numbers are relative to the
current function. */
#define ASM_OUTPUT_SOURCE_LINE(file, line, counter) \
do \
{ \
fprintf (file, ".stabn 68,0,%d,.LM%d-", \
line, counter); \
assemble_name (file, \
XSTR (XEXP (DECL_RTL (current_function_decl), 0), 0));\
fprintf (file, "\n.LM%d:\n", counter); \
} \
while (0)
/* Generate a blank trailing N_SO to mark the end of the .o file, since
we can't depend upon the linker to mark .o file boundaries with
embedded stabs. */
fprintf (FILE, \
"\t.text\n\t.stabs \"\",%d,0,0,.Letext\n.Letext:\n", N_SO)
/* Define the actual types of some ANSI-mandated types. (These
definitions should work for most SVR4 systems). */
#undef SIZE_TYPE
#define SIZE_TYPE "unsigned int"
#define PTRDIFF_TYPE "int"
#define WCHAR_TYPE "long int"
/* This says how to output assembler code to declare an uninitialized
external linkage data item. There's a bug in the DYNIX/ptx linker
(PR 254649) when the alignment for such an object is specified, so
ignore the ALIGN parameter. */
do { \
fprintf ((FILE), "%s", COMMON_ASM_OP); \
assemble_name ((FILE), (NAME)); \
fprintf ((FILE), ",%lu\n", (unsigned long)(SIZE)); \
} while (0)