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/* Linker command language support.
Copyright (C) 1991-2016 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This file is part of the GNU Binutils.
This program 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 3 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This program 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 this program; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street - Fifth Floor, Boston,
MA 02110-1301, USA. */
#include "sysdep.h"
#include "bfd.h"
#include "libiberty.h"
#include "filenames.h"
#include "safe-ctype.h"
#include "obstack.h"
#include "bfdlink.h"
#include "ld.h"
#include "ldmain.h"
#include "ldexp.h"
#include "ldlang.h"
#include <ldgram.h>
#include "ldlex.h"
#include "ldmisc.h"
#include "ldctor.h"
#include "ldfile.h"
#include "ldemul.h"
#include "fnmatch.h"
#include "demangle.h"
#include "hashtab.h"
#include "libbfd.h"
#include "elf-bfd.h"
#ifdef ENABLE_PLUGINS
#include "plugin.h"
#endif /* ENABLE_PLUGINS */
#ifndef offsetof
#define offsetof(TYPE, MEMBER) ((size_t) & (((TYPE*) 0)->MEMBER))
#endif
/* Convert between addresses in bytes and sizes in octets.
For currently supported targets, octets_per_byte is always a power
of two, so we can use shifts. */
#define TO_ADDR(X) ((X) >> opb_shift)
#define TO_SIZE(X) ((X) << opb_shift)
/* Local variables. */
static struct obstack stat_obstack;
static struct obstack map_obstack;
#define obstack_chunk_alloc xmalloc
#define obstack_chunk_free free
static const char *entry_symbol_default = "start";
static bfd_boolean placed_commons = FALSE;
static bfd_boolean map_head_is_link_order = FALSE;
static lang_output_section_statement_type *default_common_section;
static bfd_boolean map_option_f;
static bfd_vma print_dot;
static lang_input_statement_type *first_file;
static const char *current_target;
static lang_statement_list_type statement_list;
static lang_statement_list_type *stat_save[10];
static lang_statement_list_type **stat_save_ptr = &stat_save[0];
static struct unique_sections *unique_section_list;
static struct asneeded_minfo *asneeded_list_head;
static unsigned int opb_shift = 0;
/* Forward declarations. */
static void exp_init_os (etree_type *);
static lang_input_statement_type *lookup_name (const char *);
static void insert_undefined (const char *);
static bfd_boolean sort_def_symbol (struct bfd_link_hash_entry *, void *);
static void print_statement (lang_statement_union_type *,
lang_output_section_statement_type *);
static void print_statement_list (lang_statement_union_type *,
lang_output_section_statement_type *);
static void print_statements (void);
static void print_input_section (asection *, bfd_boolean);
static bfd_boolean lang_one_common (struct bfd_link_hash_entry *, void *);
static void lang_record_phdrs (void);
static void lang_do_version_exports_section (void);
static void lang_finalize_version_expr_head
(struct bfd_elf_version_expr_head *);
static void lang_do_memory_regions (void);
/* Exported variables. */
const char *output_target;
lang_output_section_statement_type *abs_output_section;
lang_statement_list_type lang_output_section_statement;
lang_statement_list_type *stat_ptr = &statement_list;
lang_statement_list_type file_chain = { NULL, NULL };
lang_statement_list_type input_file_chain;
struct bfd_sym_chain entry_symbol = { NULL, NULL };
const char *entry_section = ".text";
struct lang_input_statement_flags input_flags;
bfd_boolean entry_from_cmdline;
bfd_boolean undef_from_cmdline;
bfd_boolean lang_has_input_file = FALSE;
bfd_boolean had_output_filename = FALSE;
bfd_boolean lang_float_flag = FALSE;
bfd_boolean delete_output_file_on_failure = FALSE;
struct lang_phdr *lang_phdr_list;
struct lang_nocrossrefs *nocrossref_list;
struct asneeded_minfo **asneeded_list_tail;
/* Functions that traverse the linker script and might evaluate
DEFINED() need to increment this at the start of the traversal. */
int lang_statement_iteration = 0;
/* Return TRUE if the PATTERN argument is a wildcard pattern.
Although backslashes are treated specially if a pattern contains
wildcards, we do not consider the mere presence of a backslash to
be enough to cause the pattern to be treated as a wildcard.
That lets us handle DOS filenames more naturally. */
#define wildcardp(pattern) (strpbrk ((pattern), "?*[") != NULL)
#define new_stat(x, y) \
(x##_type *) new_statement (x##_enum, sizeof (x##_type), y)
#define outside_section_address(q) \
((q)->output_offset + (q)->output_section->vma)
#define outside_symbol_address(q) \
((q)->value + outside_section_address (q->section))
#define SECTION_NAME_MAP_LENGTH (16)
void *
stat_alloc (size_t size)
{
return obstack_alloc (&stat_obstack, size);
}
static int
name_match (const char *pattern, const char *name)
{
if (wildcardp (pattern))
return fnmatch (pattern, name, 0);
return strcmp (pattern, name);
}
/* If PATTERN is of the form archive:file, return a pointer to the
separator. If not, return NULL. */
static char *
archive_path (const char *pattern)
{
char *p = NULL;
if (link_info.path_separator == 0)
return p;
p = strchr (pattern, link_info.path_separator);
#ifdef HAVE_DOS_BASED_FILE_SYSTEM
if (p == NULL || link_info.path_separator != ':')
return p;
/* Assume a match on the second char is part of drive specifier,
as in "c:\silly.dos". */
if (p == pattern + 1 && ISALPHA (*pattern))
p = strchr (p + 1, link_info.path_separator);
#endif
return p;
}
/* Given that FILE_SPEC results in a non-NULL SEP result from archive_path,
return whether F matches FILE_SPEC. */
static bfd_boolean
input_statement_is_archive_path (const char *file_spec, char *sep,
lang_input_statement_type *f)
{
bfd_boolean match = FALSE;
if ((*(sep + 1) == 0
|| name_match (sep + 1, f->filename) == 0)
&& ((sep != file_spec)
== (f->the_bfd != NULL && f->the_bfd->my_archive != NULL)))
{
match = TRUE;
if (sep != file_spec)
{
const char *aname = f->the_bfd->my_archive->filename;
*sep = 0;
match = name_match (file_spec, aname) == 0;
*sep = link_info.path_separator;
}
}
return match;
}
static bfd_boolean
unique_section_p (const asection *sec,
const lang_output_section_statement_type *os)
{
struct unique_sections *unam;
const char *secnam;
if (bfd_link_relocatable (&link_info)
&& sec->owner != NULL
&& bfd_is_group_section (sec->owner, sec))
return !(os != NULL
&& strcmp (os->name, DISCARD_SECTION_NAME) == 0);
secnam = sec->name;
for (unam = unique_section_list; unam; unam = unam->next)
if (name_match (unam->name, secnam) == 0)
return TRUE;
return FALSE;
}
/* Generic traversal routines for finding matching sections. */
/* Try processing a section against a wildcard. This just calls
the callback unless the filename exclusion list is present
and excludes the file. It's hardly ever present so this
function is very fast. */
static void
walk_wild_consider_section (lang_wild_statement_type *ptr,
lang_input_statement_type *file,
asection *s,
struct wildcard_list *sec,
callback_t callback,
void *data)
{
struct name_list *list_tmp;
/* Don't process sections from files which were excluded. */
for (list_tmp = sec->spec.exclude_name_list;
list_tmp;
list_tmp = list_tmp->next)
{
char *p = archive_path (list_tmp->name);
if (p != NULL)
{
if (input_statement_is_archive_path (list_tmp->name, p, file))
return;
}
else if (name_match (list_tmp->name, file->filename) == 0)
return;
/* FIXME: Perhaps remove the following at some stage? Matching
unadorned archives like this was never documented and has
been superceded by the archive:path syntax. */
else if (file->the_bfd != NULL
&& file->the_bfd->my_archive != NULL
&& name_match (list_tmp->name,
file->the_bfd->my_archive->filename) == 0)
return;
}
(*callback) (ptr, sec, s, ptr->section_flag_list, file, data);
}
/* Lowest common denominator routine that can handle everything correctly,
but slowly. */
static void
walk_wild_section_general (lang_wild_statement_type *ptr,
lang_input_statement_type *file,
callback_t callback,
void *data)
{
asection *s;
struct wildcard_list *sec;
for (s = file->the_bfd->sections; s != NULL; s = s->next)
{
sec = ptr->section_list;
if (sec == NULL)
(*callback) (ptr, sec, s, ptr->section_flag_list, file, data);
while (sec != NULL)
{
bfd_boolean skip = FALSE;
if (sec->spec.name != NULL)
{
const char *sname = bfd_get_section_name (file->the_bfd, s);
skip = name_match (sec->spec.name, sname) != 0;
}
if (!skip)
walk_wild_consider_section (ptr, file, s, sec, callback, data);
sec = sec->next;
}
}
}
/* Routines to find a single section given its name. If there's more
than one section with that name, we report that. */
typedef struct
{
asection *found_section;
bfd_boolean multiple_sections_found;
} section_iterator_callback_data;
static bfd_boolean
section_iterator_callback (bfd *abfd ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED, asection *s, void *data)
{
section_iterator_callback_data *d = (section_iterator_callback_data *) data;
if (d->found_section != NULL)
{
d->multiple_sections_found = TRUE;
return TRUE;
}
d->found_section = s;
return FALSE;
}
static asection *
find_section (lang_input_statement_type *file,
struct wildcard_list *sec,
bfd_boolean *multiple_sections_found)
{
section_iterator_callback_data cb_data = { NULL, FALSE };
bfd_get_section_by_name_if (file->the_bfd, sec->spec.name,
section_iterator_callback, &cb_data);
*multiple_sections_found = cb_data.multiple_sections_found;
return cb_data.found_section;
}
/* Code for handling simple wildcards without going through fnmatch,
which can be expensive because of charset translations etc. */
/* A simple wild is a literal string followed by a single '*',
where the literal part is at least 4 characters long. */
static bfd_boolean
is_simple_wild (const char *name)
{
size_t len = strcspn (name, "*?[");
return len >= 4 && name[len] == '*' && name[len + 1] == '\0';
}
static bfd_boolean
match_simple_wild (const char *pattern, const char *name)
{
/* The first four characters of the pattern are guaranteed valid
non-wildcard characters. So we can go faster. */
if (pattern[0] != name[0] || pattern[1] != name[1]
|| pattern[2] != name[2] || pattern[3] != name[3])
return FALSE;
pattern += 4;
name += 4;
while (*pattern != '*')
if (*name++ != *pattern++)
return FALSE;
return TRUE;
}
/* Return the numerical value of the init_priority attribute from
section name NAME. */
static unsigned long
get_init_priority (const char *name)
{
char *end;
unsigned long init_priority;
/* GCC uses the following section names for the init_priority
attribute with numerical values 101 and 65535 inclusive. A
lower value means a higher priority.
1: .init_array.NNNN/.fini_array.NNNN: Where NNNN is the
decimal numerical value of the init_priority attribute.
The order of execution in .init_array is forward and
.fini_array is backward.
2: .ctors.NNNN/.dtors.NNNN: Where NNNN is 65535 minus the
decimal numerical value of the init_priority attribute.
The order of execution in .ctors is backward and .dtors
is forward.
*/
if (strncmp (name, ".init_array.", 12) == 0
|| strncmp (name, ".fini_array.", 12) == 0)
{
init_priority = strtoul (name + 12, &end, 10);
return *end ? 0 : init_priority;
}
else if (strncmp (name, ".ctors.", 7) == 0
|| strncmp (name, ".dtors.", 7) == 0)
{
init_priority = strtoul (name + 7, &end, 10);
return *end ? 0 : 65535 - init_priority;
}
return 0;
}
/* Compare sections ASEC and BSEC according to SORT. */
static int
compare_section (sort_type sort, asection *asec, asection *bsec)
{
int ret;
unsigned long ainit_priority, binit_priority;
switch (sort)
{
default:
abort ();
case by_init_priority:
ainit_priority
= get_init_priority (bfd_get_section_name (asec->owner, asec));
binit_priority
= get_init_priority (bfd_get_section_name (bsec->owner, bsec));
if (ainit_priority == 0 || binit_priority == 0)
goto sort_by_name;
ret = ainit_priority - binit_priority;
if (ret)
break;
else
goto sort_by_name;
case by_alignment_name:
ret = (bfd_section_alignment (bsec->owner, bsec)
- bfd_section_alignment (asec->owner, asec));
if (ret)
break;
/* Fall through. */
case by_name:
sort_by_name:
ret = strcmp (bfd_get_section_name (asec->owner, asec),
bfd_get_section_name (bsec->owner, bsec));
break;
case by_name_alignment:
ret = strcmp (bfd_get_section_name (asec->owner, asec),
bfd_get_section_name (bsec->owner, bsec));
if (ret)
break;
/* Fall through. */
case by_alignment:
ret = (bfd_section_alignment (bsec->owner, bsec)
- bfd_section_alignment (asec->owner, asec));
break;
}
return ret;
}
/* Build a Binary Search Tree to sort sections, unlike insertion sort
used in wild_sort(). BST is considerably faster if the number of
of sections are large. */
static lang_section_bst_type **
wild_sort_fast (lang_wild_statement_type *wild,
struct wildcard_list *sec,
lang_input_statement_type *file ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
asection *section)
{
lang_section_bst_type **tree;
tree = &wild->tree;
if (!wild->filenames_sorted
&& (sec == NULL || sec->spec.sorted == none))
{
/* Append at the right end of tree. */
while (*tree)
tree = &((*tree)->right);
return tree;
}
while (*tree)
{
/* Find the correct node to append this section. */
if (compare_section (sec->spec.sorted, section, (*tree)->section) < 0)
tree = &((*tree)->left);
else
tree = &((*tree)->right);
}
return tree;
}
/* Use wild_sort_fast to build a BST to sort sections. */
static void
output_section_callback_fast (lang_wild_statement_type *ptr,
struct wildcard_list *sec,
asection *section,
struct flag_info *sflag_list ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
lang_input_statement_type *file,
void *output)
{
lang_section_bst_type *node;
lang_section_bst_type **tree;
lang_output_section_statement_type *os;
os = (lang_output_section_statement_type *) output;
if (unique_section_p (section, os))
return;
node = (lang_section_bst_type *) xmalloc (sizeof (lang_section_bst_type));
node->left = 0;
node->right = 0;
node->section = section;
tree = wild_sort_fast (ptr, sec, file, section);
if (tree != NULL)
*tree = node;
}
/* Convert a sorted sections' BST back to list form. */
static void
output_section_callback_tree_to_list (lang_wild_statement_type *ptr,
lang_section_bst_type *tree,
void *output)
{
if (tree->left)
output_section_callback_tree_to_list (ptr, tree->left, output);
lang_add_section (&ptr->children, tree->section, NULL,
(lang_output_section_statement_type *) output);
if (tree->right)
output_section_callback_tree_to_list (ptr, tree->right, output);
free (tree);
}
/* Specialized, optimized routines for handling different kinds of
wildcards */
static void
walk_wild_section_specs1_wild0 (lang_wild_statement_type *ptr,
lang_input_statement_type *file,
callback_t callback,
void *data)
{
/* We can just do a hash lookup for the section with the right name.
But if that lookup discovers more than one section with the name
(should be rare), we fall back to the general algorithm because
we would otherwise have to sort the sections to make sure they
get processed in the bfd's order. */
bfd_boolean multiple_sections_found;
struct wildcard_list *sec0 = ptr->handler_data[0];
asection *s0 = find_section (file, sec0, &multiple_sections_found);
if (multiple_sections_found)
walk_wild_section_general (ptr, file, callback, data);
else if (s0)
walk_wild_consider_section (ptr, file, s0, sec0, callback, data);
}
static void
walk_wild_section_specs1_wild1 (lang_wild_statement_type *ptr,
lang_input_statement_type *file,
callback_t callback,
void *data)
{
asection *s;
struct wildcard_list *wildsec0 = ptr->handler_data[0];
for (s = file->the_bfd->sections; s != NULL; s = s->next)
{
const char *sname = bfd_get_section_name (file->the_bfd, s);
bfd_boolean skip = !match_simple_wild (wildsec0->spec.name, sname);
if (!skip)
walk_wild_consider_section (ptr, file, s, wildsec0, callback, data);
}
}
static void
walk_wild_section_specs2_wild1 (lang_wild_statement_type *ptr,
lang_input_statement_type *file,
callback_t callback,
void *data)
{
asection *s;
struct wildcard_list *sec0 = ptr->handler_data[0];
struct wildcard_list *wildsec1 = ptr->handler_data[1];
bfd_boolean multiple_sections_found;
asection *s0 = find_section (file, sec0, &multiple_sections_found);
if (multiple_sections_found)
{
walk_wild_section_general (ptr, file, callback, data);
return;
}
/* Note that if the section was not found, s0 is NULL and
we'll simply never succeed the s == s0 test below. */
for (s = file->the_bfd->sections; s != NULL; s = s->next)
{
/* Recall that in this code path, a section cannot satisfy more
than one spec, so if s == s0 then it cannot match
wildspec1. */
if (s == s0)
walk_wild_consider_section (ptr, file, s, sec0, callback, data);
else
{
const char *sname = bfd_get_section_name (file->the_bfd, s);
bfd_boolean skip = !match_simple_wild (wildsec1->spec.name, sname);
if (!skip)
walk_wild_consider_section (ptr, file, s, wildsec1, callback,
data);
}
}
}
static void
walk_wild_section_specs3_wild2 (lang_wild_statement_type *ptr,
lang_input_statement_type *file,
callback_t callback,
void *data)
{
asection *s;
struct wildcard_list *sec0 = ptr->handler_data[0];
struct wildcard_list *wildsec1 = ptr->handler_data[1];
struct wildcard_list *wildsec2 = ptr->handler_data[2];
bfd_boolean multiple_sections_found;
asection *s0 = find_section (file, sec0, &multiple_sections_found);
if (multiple_sections_found)
{
walk_wild_section_general (ptr, file, callback, data);
return;
}
for (s = file->the_bfd->sections; s != NULL; s = s->next)
{
if (s == s0)
walk_wild_consider_section (ptr, file, s, sec0, callback, data);
else
{
const char *sname = bfd_get_section_name (file->the_bfd, s);
bfd_boolean skip = !match_simple_wild (wildsec1->spec.name, sname);
if (!skip)
walk_wild_consider_section (ptr, file, s, wildsec1, callback, data);
else
{
skip = !match_simple_wild (wildsec2->spec.name, sname);
if (!skip)
walk_wild_consider_section (ptr, file, s, wildsec2, callback,
data);
}
}
}
}
static void
walk_wild_section_specs4_wild2 (lang_wild_statement_type *ptr,
lang_input_statement_type *file,
callback_t callback,
void *data)
{
asection *s;
struct wildcard_list *sec0 = ptr->handler_data[0];
struct wildcard_list *sec1 = ptr->handler_data[1];
struct wildcard_list *wildsec2 = ptr->handler_data[2];
struct wildcard_list *wildsec3 = ptr->handler_data[3];
bfd_boolean multiple_sections_found;
asection *s0 = find_section (file, sec0, &multiple_sections_found), *s1;
if (multiple_sections_found)
{
walk_wild_section_general (ptr, file, callback, data);
return;
}
s1 = find_section (file, sec1, &multiple_sections_found);
if (multiple_sections_found)
{
walk_wild_section_general (ptr, file, callback, data);
return;
}
for (s = file->the_bfd->sections; s != NULL; s = s->next)
{
if (s == s0)
walk_wild_consider_section (ptr, file, s, sec0, callback, data);
else
if (s == s1)
walk_wild_consider_section (ptr, file, s, sec1, callback, data);
else
{
const char *sname = bfd_get_section_name (file->the_bfd, s);
bfd_boolean skip = !match_simple_wild (wildsec2->spec.name,
sname);
if (!skip)
walk_wild_consider_section (ptr, file, s, wildsec2, callback,
data);
else
{
skip = !match_simple_wild (wildsec3->spec.name, sname);
if (!skip)
walk_wild_consider_section (ptr, file, s, wildsec3,
callback, data);
}
}
}
}
static void
walk_wild_section (lang_wild_statement_type *ptr,
lang_input_statement_type *file,
callback_t callback,
void *data)
{
if (file->flags.just_syms)
return;
(*ptr->walk_wild_section_handler) (ptr, file, callback, data);
}
/* Returns TRUE when name1 is a wildcard spec that might match
something name2 can match. We're conservative: we return FALSE
only if the prefixes of name1 and name2 are different up to the
first wildcard character. */
static bfd_boolean
wild_spec_can_overlap (const char *name1, const char *name2)
{
size_t prefix1_len = strcspn (name1, "?*[");
size_t prefix2_len = strcspn (name2, "?*[");
size_t min_prefix_len;
/* Note that if there is no wildcard character, then we treat the
terminating 0 as part of the prefix. Thus ".text" won't match
".text." or ".text.*", for example. */
if (name1[prefix1_len] == '\0')
prefix1_len++;
if (name2[prefix2_len] == '\0')
prefix2_len++;
min_prefix_len = prefix1_len < prefix2_len ? prefix1_len : prefix2_len;
return memcmp (name1, name2, min_prefix_len) == 0;
}
/* Select specialized code to handle various kinds of wildcard
statements. */
static void
analyze_walk_wild_section_handler (lang_wild_statement_type *ptr)
{
int sec_count = 0;
int wild_name_count = 0;
struct wildcard_list *sec;
int signature;
int data_counter;
ptr->walk_wild_section_handler = walk_wild_section_general;
ptr->handler_data[0] = NULL;
ptr->handler_data[1] = NULL;
ptr->handler_data[2] = NULL;
ptr->handler_data[3] = NULL;
ptr->tree = NULL;
/* Count how many wildcard_specs there are, and how many of those
actually use wildcards in the name. Also, bail out if any of the
wildcard names are NULL. (Can this actually happen?
walk_wild_section used to test for it.) And bail out if any
of the wildcards are more complex than a simple string
ending in a single '*'. */
for (sec = ptr->section_list; sec != NULL; sec = sec->next)
{
++sec_count;
if (sec->spec.name == NULL)
return;
if (wildcardp (sec->spec.name))
{
++wild_name_count;
if (!is_simple_wild (sec->spec.name))
return;
}
}
/* The zero-spec case would be easy to optimize but it doesn't
happen in practice. Likewise, more than 4 specs doesn't
happen in practice. */
if (sec_count == 0 || sec_count > 4)
return;
/* Check that no two specs can match the same section. */
for (sec = ptr->section_list; sec != NULL; sec = sec->next)
{
struct wildcard_list *sec2;
for (sec2 = sec->next; sec2 != NULL; sec2 = sec2->next)
{
if (wild_spec_can_overlap (sec->spec.name, sec2->spec.name))
return;
}
}
signature = (sec_count << 8) + wild_name_count;
switch (signature)
{
case 0x0100:
ptr->walk_wild_section_handler = walk_wild_section_specs1_wild0;
break;
case 0x0101:
ptr->walk_wild_section_handler = walk_wild_section_specs1_wild1;
break;
case 0x0201:
ptr->walk_wild_section_handler = walk_wild_section_specs2_wild1;
break;
case 0x0302:
ptr->walk_wild_section_handler = walk_wild_section_specs3_wild2;
break;
case 0x0402:
ptr->walk_wild_section_handler = walk_wild_section_specs4_wild2;
break;
default:
return;
}
/* Now fill the data array with pointers to the specs, first the
specs with non-wildcard names, then the specs with wildcard
names. It's OK to process the specs in different order from the
given order, because we've already determined that no section
will match more than one spec. */
data_counter = 0;
for (sec = ptr->section_list; sec != NULL; sec = sec->next)
if (!wildcardp (sec->spec.name))
ptr->handler_data[data_counter++] = sec;
for (sec = ptr->section_list; sec != NULL; sec = sec->next)
if (wildcardp (sec->spec.name))
ptr->handler_data[data_counter++] = sec;
}
/* Handle a wild statement for a single file F. */
static void
walk_wild_file (lang_wild_statement_type *s,
lang_input_statement_type *f,
callback_t callback,
void *data)
{
if (f->the_bfd == NULL
|| !bfd_check_format (f->the_bfd, bfd_archive))
walk_wild_section (s, f, callback, data);
else
{
bfd *member;
/* This is an archive file. We must map each member of the
archive separately. */
member = bfd_openr_next_archived_file (f->the_bfd, NULL);
while (member != NULL)
{
/* When lookup_name is called, it will call the add_symbols
entry point for the archive. For each element of the
archive which is included, BFD will call ldlang_add_file,
which will set the usrdata field of the member to the
lang_input_statement. */
if (member->usrdata != NULL)
{
walk_wild_section (s,
(lang_input_statement_type *) member->usrdata,
callback, data);
}
member = bfd_openr_next_archived_file (f->the_bfd, member);
}
}
}
static void
walk_wild (lang_wild_statement_type *s, callback_t callback, void *data)
{
const char *file_spec = s->filename;
char *p;
if (file_spec == NULL)
{
/* Perform the iteration over all files in the list. */
LANG_FOR_EACH_INPUT_STATEMENT (f)
{
walk_wild_file (s, f, callback, data);
}
}
else if ((p = archive_path (file_spec)) != NULL)
{
LANG_FOR_EACH_INPUT_STATEMENT (f)
{
if (input_statement_is_archive_path (file_spec, p, f))
walk_wild_file (s, f, callback, data);
}
}
else if (wildcardp (file_spec))
{
LANG_FOR_EACH_INPUT_STATEMENT (f)
{
if (fnmatch (file_spec, f->filename, 0) == 0)
walk_wild_file (s, f, callback, data);
}
}
else
{
lang_input_statement_type *f;
/* Perform the iteration over a single file. */
f = lookup_name (file_spec);
if (f)
walk_wild_file (s, f, callback, data);
}
}
/* lang_for_each_statement walks the parse tree and calls the provided
function for each node, except those inside output section statements
with constraint set to -1. */
void
lang_for_each_statement_worker (void (*func) (lang_statement_union_type *),
lang_statement_union_type *s)
{
for (; s != NULL; s = s->header.next)
{
func (s);
switch (s->header.type)
{
case lang_constructors_statement_enum:
lang_for_each_statement_worker (func, constructor_list.head);
break;
case lang_output_section_statement_enum:
if (s->output_section_statement.constraint != -1)
lang_for_each_statement_worker
(func, s->output_section_statement.children.head);
break;
case lang_wild_statement_enum:
lang_for_each_statement_worker (func,
s->wild_statement.children.head);
break;
case lang_group_statement_enum:
lang_for_each_statement_worker (func,
s->group_statement.children.head);
break;
case lang_data_statement_enum:
case lang_reloc_statement_enum:
case lang_object_symbols_statement_enum:
case lang_output_statement_enum:
case lang_target_statement_enum:
case lang_input_section_enum:
case lang_input_statement_enum:
case lang_assignment_statement_enum:
case lang_padding_statement_enum:
case lang_address_statement_enum:
case lang_fill_statement_enum:
case lang_insert_statement_enum:
break;
default:
FAIL ();
break;
}
}
}
void
lang_for_each_statement (void (*func) (lang_statement_union_type *))
{
lang_for_each_statement_worker (func, statement_list.head);
}
/*----------------------------------------------------------------------*/
void
lang_list_init (lang_statement_list_type *list)
{
list->head = NULL;
list->tail = &list->head;
}
void
push_stat_ptr (lang_statement_list_type *new_ptr)
{
if (stat_save_ptr >= stat_save + sizeof (stat_save) / sizeof (stat_save[0]))
abort ();
*stat_save_ptr++ = stat_ptr;
stat_ptr = new_ptr;
}
void
pop_stat_ptr (void)
{
if (stat_save_ptr <= stat_save)
abort ();
stat_ptr = *--stat_save_ptr;
}
/* Build a new statement node for the parse tree. */
static lang_statement_union_type *
new_statement (enum statement_enum type,
size_t size,
lang_statement_list_type *list)
{
lang_statement_union_type *new_stmt;
new_stmt = (lang_statement_union_type *) stat_alloc (size);
new_stmt->header.type = type;
new_stmt->header.next = NULL;
lang_statement_append (list, new_stmt, &new_stmt->header.next);
return new_stmt;
}
/* Build a new input file node for the language. There are several
ways in which we treat an input file, eg, we only look at symbols,
or prefix it with a -l etc.
We can be supplied with requests for input files more than once;
they may, for example be split over several lines like foo.o(.text)
foo.o(.data) etc, so when asked for a file we check that we haven't
got it already so we don't duplicate the bfd. */
static lang_input_statement_type *
new_afile (const char *name,
lang_input_file_enum_type file_type,
const char *target,
bfd_boolean add_to_list)
{
lang_input_statement_type *p;
lang_has_input_file = TRUE;
if (add_to_list)
p = (lang_input_statement_type *) new_stat (lang_input_statement, stat_ptr);
else
{
p = (lang_input_statement_type *)
stat_alloc (sizeof (lang_input_statement_type));
p->header.type = lang_input_statement_enum;
p->header.next = NULL;
}
memset (&p->the_bfd, 0,
sizeof (*p) - offsetof (lang_input_statement_type, the_bfd));
p->target = target;
p->flags.dynamic = input_flags.dynamic;
p->flags.add_DT_NEEDED_for_dynamic = input_flags.add_DT_NEEDED_for_dynamic;
p->flags.add_DT_NEEDED_for_regular = input_flags.add_DT_NEEDED_for_regular;
p->flags.whole_archive = input_flags.whole_archive;
p->flags.sysrooted = input_flags.sysrooted;
switch (file_type)
{
case lang_input_file_is_symbols_only_enum:
p->filename = name;
p->local_sym_name = name;
p->flags.real = TRUE;
p->flags.just_syms = TRUE;
break;
case lang_input_file_is_fake_enum:
p->filename = name;
p->local_sym_name = name;
break;
case lang_input_file_is_l_enum:
if (name[0] == ':' && name[1] != '\0')
{
p->filename = name + 1;
p->flags.full_name_provided = TRUE;
}
else
p->filename = name;
p->local_sym_name = concat ("-l", name, (const char *) NULL);
p->flags.maybe_archive = TRUE;
p->flags.real = TRUE;
p->flags.search_dirs = TRUE;
break;
case lang_input_file_is_marker_enum:
p->filename = name;
p->local_sym_name = name;
p->flags.search_dirs = TRUE;
break;
case lang_input_file_is_search_file_enum:
p->filename = name;
p->local_sym_name = name;
p->flags.real = TRUE;
p->flags.search_dirs = TRUE;
break;
case lang_input_file_is_file_enum:
p->filename = name;
p->local_sym_name = name;
p->flags.real = TRUE;
break;
default:
FAIL ();
}
lang_statement_append (&input_file_chain,
(lang_statement_union_type *) p,
&p->next_real_file);
return p;
}
lang_input_statement_type *
lang_add_input_file (const char *name,
lang_input_file_enum_type file_type,
const char *target)
{
if (name != NULL && *name == '=')
{
lang_input_statement_type *ret;
char *sysrooted_name
= concat (ld_sysroot, name + 1, (const char *) NULL);
/* We've now forcibly prepended the sysroot, making the input
file independent of the context. Therefore, temporarily
force a non-sysrooted context for this statement, so it won't
get the sysroot prepended again when opened. (N.B. if it's a
script, any child nodes with input files starting with "/"
will be handled as "sysrooted" as they'll be found to be
within the sysroot subdirectory.) */
unsigned int outer_sysrooted = input_flags.sysrooted;
input_flags.sysrooted = 0;
ret = new_afile (sysrooted_name, file_type, target, TRUE);
input_flags.sysrooted = outer_sysrooted;
return ret;
}
return new_afile (name, file_type, target, TRUE);
}
struct out_section_hash_entry
{
struct bfd_hash_entry root;
lang_statement_union_type s;
};
/* The hash table. */
static struct bfd_hash_table output_section_statement_table;
/* Support routines for the hash table used by lang_output_section_find,
initialize the table, fill in an entry and remove the table. */
static struct bfd_hash_entry *
output_section_statement_newfunc (struct bfd_hash_entry *entry,
struct bfd_hash_table *table,
const char *string)
{
lang_output_section_statement_type **nextp;
struct out_section_hash_entry *ret;
if (entry == NULL)
{
entry = (struct bfd_hash_entry *) bfd_hash_allocate (table,
sizeof (*ret));
if (entry == NULL)
return entry;
}
entry = bfd_hash_newfunc (entry, table, string);
if (entry == NULL)
return entry;
ret = (struct out_section_hash_entry *) entry;
memset (&ret->s, 0, sizeof (ret->s));
ret->s.header.type = lang_output_section_statement_enum;
ret->s.output_section_statement.subsection_alignment = -1;
ret->s.output_section_statement.section_alignment = -1;
ret->s.output_section_statement.block_value = 1;
lang_list_init (&ret->s.output_section_statement.children);
lang_statement_append (stat_ptr, &ret->s, &ret->s.header.next);
/* For every output section statement added to the list, except the
first one, lang_output_section_statement.tail points to the "next"
field of the last element of the list. */
if (lang_output_section_statement.head != NULL)
ret->s.output_section_statement.prev
= ((lang_output_section_statement_type *)
((char *) lang_output_section_statement.tail
- offsetof (lang_output_section_statement_type, next)));
/* GCC's strict aliasing rules prevent us from just casting the
address, so we store the pointer in a variable and cast that
instead. */
nextp = &ret->s.output_section_statement.next;
lang_statement_append (&lang_output_section_statement,
&ret->s,
(lang_statement_union_type **) nextp);
return &ret->root;
}
static void
output_section_statement_table_init (void)
{
if (!bfd_hash_table_init_n (&output_section_statement_table,
output_section_statement_newfunc,
sizeof (struct out_section_hash_entry),
61))
einfo (_("%P%F: can not create hash table: %E\n"));
}
static void
output_section_statement_table_free (void)
{
bfd_hash_table_free (&output_section_statement_table);
}
/* Build enough state so that the parser can build its tree. */
void
lang_init (void)
{
obstack_begin (&stat_obstack, 1000);
stat_ptr = &statement_list;
output_section_statement_table_init ();
lang_list_init (stat_ptr);
lang_list_init (&input_file_chain);
lang_list_init (&lang_output_section_statement);
lang_list_init (&file_chain);
first_file = lang_add_input_file (NULL, lang_input_file_is_marker_enum,
NULL);
abs_output_section =
lang_output_section_statement_lookup (BFD_ABS_SECTION_NAME, 0, TRUE);
abs_output_section->bfd_section = bfd_abs_section_ptr;
asneeded_list_head = NULL;
asneeded_list_tail = &asneeded_list_head;
}
void
lang_finish (void)
{
output_section_statement_table_free ();
}
/*----------------------------------------------------------------------
A region is an area of memory declared with the
MEMORY { name:org=exp, len=exp ... }
syntax.
We maintain a list of all the regions here.
If no regions are specified in the script, then the default is used
which is created when looked up to be the entire data space.
If create is true we are creating a region inside a MEMORY block.
In this case it is probably an error to create a region that has
already been created. If we are not inside a MEMORY block it is
dubious to use an undeclared region name (except DEFAULT_MEMORY_REGION)
and so we issue a warning.
Each region has at least one name. The first name is either
DEFAULT_MEMORY_REGION or the name given in the MEMORY block. You can add
alias names to an existing region within a script with
REGION_ALIAS (alias, region_name). Each name corresponds to at most one
region. */
static lang_memory_region_type *lang_memory_region_list;
static lang_memory_region_type **lang_memory_region_list_tail
= &lang_memory_region_list;
lang_memory_region_type *
lang_memory_region_lookup (const char *const name, bfd_boolean create)
{
lang_memory_region_name *n;
lang_memory_region_type *r;
lang_memory_region_type *new_region;
/* NAME is NULL for LMA memspecs if no region was specified. */
if (name == NULL)
return NULL;
for (r = lang_memory_region_list; r != NULL; r = r->next)
for (n = &r->name_list; n != NULL; n = n->next)
if (strcmp (n->name, name) == 0)
{
if (create)
einfo (_("%P:%S: warning: redeclaration of memory region `%s'\n"),
NULL, name);
return r;
}
if (!create && strcmp (name, DEFAULT_MEMORY_REGION))
einfo (_("%P:%S: warning: memory region `%s' not declared\n"),
NULL, name);
new_region = (lang_memory_region_type *)
stat_alloc (sizeof (lang_memory_region_type));
new_region->name_list.name = xstrdup (name);
new_region->name_list.next = NULL;
new_region->next = NULL;
new_region->origin_exp = NULL;
new_region->origin = 0;
new_region->length_exp = NULL;
new_region->length = ~(bfd_size_type) 0;
new_region->current = 0;
new_region->last_os = NULL;
new_region->flags = 0;
new_region->not_flags = 0;
new_region->had_full_message = FALSE;
*lang_memory_region_list_tail = new_region;
lang_memory_region_list_tail = &new_region->next;
return new_region;
}
void
lang_memory_region_alias (const char *alias, const char *region_name)
{
lang_memory_region_name *n;
lang_memory_region_type *r;
lang_memory_region_type *region;
/* The default region must be unique. This ensures that it is not necessary
to iterate through the name list if someone wants the check if a region is
the default memory region. */
if (strcmp (region_name, DEFAULT_MEMORY_REGION) == 0
|| strcmp (alias, DEFAULT_MEMORY_REGION) == 0)
einfo (_("%F%P:%S: error: alias for default memory region\n"), NULL);
/* Look for the target region and check if the alias is not already
in use. */
region = NULL;
for (r = lang_memory_region_list; r != NULL; r = r->next)
for (n = &r->name_list; n != NULL; n = n->next)
{
if (region == NULL && strcmp (n->name, region_name) == 0)
region = r;
if (strcmp (n->name, alias) == 0)
einfo (_("%F%P:%S: error: redefinition of memory region "
"alias `%s'\n"),
NULL, alias);
}
/* Check if the target region exists. */
if (region == NULL)
einfo (_("%F%P:%S: error: memory region `%s' "
"for alias `%s' does not exist\n"),
NULL, region_name, alias);
/* Add alias to region name list. */
n = (lang_memory_region_name *) stat_alloc (sizeof (lang_memory_region_name));
n->name = xstrdup (alias);
n->next = region->name_list.next;
region->name_list.next = n;
}
static lang_memory_region_type *
lang_memory_default (asection *section)
{
lang_memory_region_type *p;
flagword sec_flags = section->flags;
/* Override SEC_DATA to mean a writable section. */
if ((sec_flags & (SEC_ALLOC | SEC_READONLY | SEC_CODE)) == SEC_ALLOC)
sec_flags |= SEC_DATA;
for (p = lang_memory_region_list; p != NULL; p = p->next)
{
if ((p->flags & sec_flags) != 0
&& (p->not_flags & sec_flags) == 0)
{
return p;
}
}
return lang_memory_region_lookup (DEFAULT_MEMORY_REGION, FALSE);
}
/* Get the output section statement directly from the userdata. */
lang_output_section_statement_type *
lang_output_section_get (const asection *output_section)
{
return get_userdata (output_section);
}
/* Find or create an output_section_statement with the given NAME.
If CONSTRAINT is non-zero match one with that constraint, otherwise
match any non-negative constraint. If CREATE, always make a
new output_section_statement for SPECIAL CONSTRAINT. */
lang_output_section_statement_type *
lang_output_section_statement_lookup (const char *name,
int constraint,
bfd_boolean create)
{
struct out_section_hash_entry *entry;
entry = ((struct out_section_hash_entry *)
bfd_hash_lookup (&output_section_statement_table, name,
create, FALSE));
if (entry == NULL)
{
if (create)
einfo (_("%P%F: failed creating section `%s': %E\n"), name);
return NULL;
}
if (entry->s.output_section_statement.name != NULL)
{
/* We have a section of this name, but it might not have the correct
constraint. */
struct out_section_hash_entry *last_ent;
name = entry->s.output_section_statement.name;
if (create && constraint == SPECIAL)
/* Not traversing to the end reverses the order of the second
and subsequent SPECIAL sections in the hash table chain,
but that shouldn't matter. */
last_ent = entry;
else
do
{
if (constraint == entry->s.output_section_statement.constraint
|| (constraint == 0
&& entry->s.output_section_statement.constraint >= 0))
return &entry->s.output_section_statement;
last_ent = entry;
entry = (struct out_section_hash_entry *) entry->root.next;
}
while (entry != NULL
&& name == entry->s.output_section_statement.name);
if (!create)
return NULL;
entry
= ((struct out_section_hash_entry *)
output_section_statement_newfunc (NULL,
&output_section_statement_table,
name));
if (entry == NULL)
{
einfo (_("%P%F: failed creating section `%s': %E\n"), name);
return NULL;
}
entry->root = last_ent->root;
last_ent->root.next = &entry->root;
}
entry->s.output_section_statement.name = name;
entry->s.output_section_statement.constraint = constraint;
return &entry->s.output_section_statement;
}
/* Find the next output_section_statement with the same name as OS.
If CONSTRAINT is non-zero, find one with that constraint otherwise
match any non-negative constraint. */
lang_output_section_statement_type *
next_matching_output_section_statement (lang_output_section_statement_type *os,
int constraint)
{
/* All output_section_statements are actually part of a
struct out_section_hash_entry. */
struct out_section_hash_entry *entry = (struct out_section_hash_entry *)
((char *) os
- offsetof (struct out_section_hash_entry, s.output_section_statement));
const char *name = os->name;
ASSERT (name == entry->root.string);
do
{
entry = (struct out_section_hash_entry *) entry->root.next;
if (entry == NULL
|| name != entry->s.output_section_statement.name)
return NULL;
}
while (constraint != entry->s.output_section_statement.constraint
&& (constraint != 0
|| entry->s.output_section_statement.constraint < 0));
return &entry->s.output_section_statement;
}
/* A variant of lang_output_section_find used by place_orphan.
Returns the output statement that should precede a new output
statement for SEC. If an exact match is found on certain flags,
sets *EXACT too. */
lang_output_section_statement_type *
lang_output_section_find_by_flags (const asection *sec,
flagword sec_flags,
lang_output_section_statement_type **exact,
lang_match_sec_type_func match_type)
{
lang_output_section_statement_type *first, *look, *found;
flagword look_flags, differ;
/* We know the first statement on this list is *ABS*. May as well
skip it. */
first = &lang_output_section_statement.head->output_section_statement;
first = first->next;
/* First try for an exact match. */
found = NULL;
for (look = first; look; look = look->next)
{
look_flags = look->flags;
if (look->bfd_section != NULL)
{
look_flags = look->bfd_section->flags;
if (match_type && !match_type (link_info.output_bfd,
look->bfd_section,
sec->owner, sec))
continue;
}
differ = look_flags ^ sec_flags;
if (!(differ & (SEC_HAS_CONTENTS | SEC_ALLOC | SEC_LOAD | SEC_READONLY
| SEC_CODE | SEC_SMALL_DATA | SEC_THREAD_LOCAL)))
found = look;
}
if (found != NULL)
{
if (exact != NULL)
*exact = found;
return found;
}
if ((sec_flags & SEC_CODE) != 0
&& (sec_flags & SEC_ALLOC) != 0)
{
/* Try for a rw code section. */
for (look = first; look; look = look->next)
{
look_flags = look->flags;
if (look->bfd_section != NULL)
{
look_flags = look->bfd_section->flags;
if (match_type && !match_type (link_info.output_bfd,
look->bfd_section,
sec->owner, sec))
continue;
}
differ = look_flags ^ sec_flags;
if (!(differ & (SEC_HAS_CONTENTS | SEC_ALLOC | SEC_LOAD
| SEC_CODE | SEC_SMALL_DATA | SEC_THREAD_LOCAL)))
found = look;
}
}
else if ((sec_flags & SEC_READONLY) != 0
&& (sec_flags & SEC_ALLOC) != 0)
{
/* .rodata can go after .text, .sdata2 after .rodata. */
for (look = first; look; look = look->next)
{
look_flags = look->flags;
if (look->bfd_section != NULL)
{
look_flags = look->bfd_section->flags;
if (match_type && !match_type (link_info.output_bfd,
look->bfd_section,
sec->owner, sec))
continue;
}
differ = look_flags ^ sec_flags;
if (!(differ & (SEC_HAS_CONTENTS | SEC_ALLOC | SEC_LOAD
| SEC_READONLY | SEC_SMALL_DATA))
|| (!(differ & (SEC_HAS_CONTENTS | SEC_ALLOC | SEC_LOAD
| SEC_READONLY))
&& !(look_flags & SEC_SMALL_DATA)))
found = look;
}
}
else if ((sec_flags & SEC_THREAD_LOCAL) != 0
&& (sec_flags & SEC_ALLOC) != 0)
{
/* .tdata can go after .data, .tbss after .tdata. Treat .tbss
as if it were a loaded section, and don't use match_type. */
bfd_boolean seen_thread_local = FALSE;
match_type = NULL;
for (look = first; look; look = look->next)
{
look_flags = look->flags;
if (look->bfd_section != NULL)
look_flags = look->bfd_section->flags;
differ = look_flags ^ (sec_flags | SEC_LOAD | SEC_HAS_CONTENTS);
if (!(differ & (SEC_THREAD_LOCAL | SEC_ALLOC)))
{
/* .tdata and .tbss must be adjacent and in that order. */
if (!(look_flags & SEC_LOAD)
&& (sec_flags & SEC_LOAD))
/* ..so if we're at a .tbss section and we're placing
a .tdata section stop looking and return the
previous section. */
break;
found = look;
seen_thread_local = TRUE;
}
else if (seen_thread_local)
break;
else if (!(differ & (SEC_HAS_CONTENTS | SEC_ALLOC | SEC_LOAD)))
found = look;
}
}
else if ((sec_flags & SEC_SMALL_DATA) != 0
&& (sec_flags & SEC_ALLOC) != 0)
{
/* .sdata goes after .data, .sbss after .sdata. */
for (look = first; look; look = look->next)
{
look_flags = look->flags;
if (look->bfd_section != NULL)
{
look_flags = look->bfd_section->flags;
if (match_type && !match_type (link_info.output_bfd,
look->bfd_section,
sec->owner, sec))
continue;
}
differ = look_flags ^ sec_flags;
if (!(differ & (SEC_HAS_CONTENTS | SEC_ALLOC | SEC_LOAD
| SEC_THREAD_LOCAL))
|| ((look_flags & SEC_SMALL_DATA)
&& !(sec_flags & SEC_HAS_CONTENTS)))
found = look;
}
}
else if ((sec_flags & SEC_HAS_CONTENTS) != 0
&& (sec_flags & SEC_ALLOC) != 0)
{
/* .data goes after .rodata. */
for (look = first; look; look = look->next)
{
look_flags = look->flags;
if (look->bfd_section != NULL)
{
look_flags = look->bfd_section->flags;
if (match_type && !match_type (link_info.output_bfd,
look->bfd_section,
sec->owner, sec))
continue;
}
differ = look_flags ^ sec_flags;
if (!(differ & (SEC_HAS_CONTENTS | SEC_ALLOC | SEC_LOAD
| SEC_SMALL_DATA | SEC_THREAD_LOCAL)))
found = look;
}
}
else if ((sec_flags & SEC_ALLOC) != 0)
{
/* .bss goes after any other alloc section. */
for (look = first; look; look = look->next)
{
look_flags = look->flags;
if (look->bfd_section != NULL)
{
look_flags = look->bfd_section->flags;
if (match_type && !match_type (link_info.output_bfd,
look->bfd_section,
sec->owner, sec))
continue;
}
differ = look_flags ^ sec_flags;
if (!(differ & SEC_ALLOC))
found = look;
}
}
else
{
/* non-alloc go last. */
for (look = first; look; look = look->next)
{
look_flags = look->flags;
if (look->bfd_section != NULL)
look_flags = look->bfd_section->flags;
differ = look_flags ^ sec_flags;
if (!(differ & SEC_DEBUGGING))
found = look;
}
return found;
}
if (found || !match_type)
return found;
return lang_output_section_find_by_flags (sec, sec_flags, NULL, NULL);
}
/* Find the last output section before given output statement.
Used by place_orphan. */
static asection *
output_prev_sec_find (lang_output_section_statement_type *os)
{
lang_output_section_statement_type *lookup;
for (lookup = os->prev; lookup != NULL; lookup = lookup->prev)
{
if (lookup->constraint < 0)
continue;
if (lookup->bfd_section != NULL && lookup->bfd_section->owner != NULL)
return lookup->bfd_section;
}
return NULL;
}
/* Look for a suitable place for a new output section statement. The
idea is to skip over anything that might be inside a SECTIONS {}
statement in a script, before we find another output section
statement. Assignments to "dot" before an output section statement
are assumed to belong to it, except in two cases; The first
assignment to dot, and assignments before non-alloc sections.
Otherwise we might put an orphan before . = . + SIZEOF_HEADERS or
similar assignments that set the initial address, or we might
insert non-alloc note sections among assignments setting end of
image symbols. */
static lang_statement_union_type **
insert_os_after (lang_output_section_statement_type *after)
{
lang_statement_union_type **where;
lang_statement_union_type **assign = NULL;
bfd_boolean ignore_first;
ignore_first
= after == &lang_output_section_statement.head->output_section_statement;
for (where = &after->header.next;
*where != NULL;
where = &(*where)->header.next)
{
switch ((*where)->header.type)
{
case lang_assignment_statement_enum:
if (assign == NULL)
{
lang_assignment_statement_type *ass;
ass = &(*where)->assignment_statement;
if (ass->exp->type.node_class != etree_assert
&& ass->exp->assign.dst[0] == '.'
&& ass->exp->assign.dst[1] == 0
&& !ignore_first)
assign = where;
}
ignore_first = FALSE;
continue;
case lang_wild_statement_enum:
case lang_input_section_enum:
case lang_object_symbols_statement_enum:
case lang_fill_statement_enum:
case lang_data_statement_enum:
case lang_reloc_statement_enum:
case lang_padding_statement_enum:
case lang_constructors_statement_enum:
assign = NULL;
continue;
case lang_output_section_statement_enum:
if (assign != NULL)
{
asection *s = (*where)->output_section_statement.bfd_section;
if (s == NULL
|| s->map_head.s == NULL
|| (s->flags & SEC_ALLOC) != 0)
where = assign;
}
break;
case lang_input_statement_enum:
case lang_address_statement_enum:
case lang_target_statement_enum:
case lang_output_statement_enum:
case lang_group_statement_enum:
case lang_insert_statement_enum:
continue;
}
break;
}
return where;
}
lang_output_section_statement_type *
lang_insert_orphan (asection *s,
const char *secname,
int constraint,
lang_output_section_statement_type *after,
struct orphan_save *place,
etree_type *address,
lang_statement_list_type *add_child)
{
lang_statement_list_type add;
const char *ps;
lang_assignment_statement_type *start_assign;
lang_output_section_statement_type *os;
lang_output_section_statement_type **os_tail;
/* If we have found an appropriate place for the output section
statements for this orphan, add them to our own private list,
inserting them later into the global statement list. */
if (after != NULL)
{
lang_list_init (&add);
push_stat_ptr (&add);
}
if (bfd_link_relocatable (&link_info)
|| (s->flags & (SEC_LOAD | SEC_ALLOC)) == 0)
address = exp_intop (0);
os_tail = ((lang_output_section_statement_type **)
lang_output_section_statement.tail);
os = lang_enter_output_section_statement (secname, address, normal_section,
NULL, NULL, NULL, constraint, 0);
ps = NULL;
start_assign = NULL;
if (config.build_constructors && *os_tail == os)
{
/* If the name of the section is representable in C, then create
symbols to mark the start and the end of the section. */
for (ps = secname; *ps != '\0'; ps++)
if (!ISALNUM ((unsigned char) *ps) && *ps != '_')
break;
if (*ps == '\0')
{
char *symname;
symname = (char *) xmalloc (ps - secname + sizeof "__start_" + 1);
symname[0] = bfd_get_symbol_leading_char (link_info.output_bfd);
sprintf (symname + (symname[0] != 0), "__start_%s", secname);
start_assign
= lang_add_assignment (exp_provide (symname,
exp_nameop (NAME, "."),
FALSE));
}
}
if (add_child == NULL)
add_child = &os->children;
lang_add_section (add_child, s, NULL, os);
if (after && (s->flags & (SEC_LOAD | SEC_ALLOC)) != 0)
{
const char *region = (after->region
? after->region->name_list.name
: DEFAULT_MEMORY_REGION);
const char *lma_region = (after->lma_region
? after->lma_region->name_list.name
: NULL);
lang_leave_output_section_statement (NULL, region, after->phdrs,
lma_region);
}
else
lang_leave_output_section_statement (NULL, DEFAULT_MEMORY_REGION, NULL,
NULL);
if (start_assign != NULL)
{
char *symname;
lang_assignment_statement_type *stop_assign;
bfd_vma dot;
symname = (char *) xmalloc (ps - secname + sizeof "__stop_" + 1);
symname[0] = bfd_get_symbol_leading_char (link_info.output_bfd);
sprintf (symname + (symname[0] != 0), "__stop_%s", secname);
stop_assign
= lang_add_assignment (exp_provide (symname,
exp_nameop (NAME, "."),
FALSE));
/* Evaluate the expression to define the symbol if referenced,
before sizing dynamic sections. */
dot = os->bfd_section->vma;
exp_fold_tree (start_assign->exp, os->bfd_section, &dot);
dot += TO_ADDR (s->size);
exp_fold_tree (stop_assign->exp, os->bfd_section, &dot);
}
/* Restore the global list pointer. */
if (after != NULL)
pop_stat_ptr ();
if (after != NULL && os->bfd_section != NULL)
{
asection *snew, *as;
snew = os->bfd_section;
/* Shuffle the bfd section list to make the output file look
neater. This is really only cosmetic. */
if (place->section == NULL
&& after != (&lang_output_section_statement.head
->output_section_statement))
{
asection *bfd_section = after->bfd_section;
/* If the output statement hasn't been used to place any input
sections (and thus doesn't have an output bfd_section),
look for the closest prior output statement having an
output section. */
if (bfd_section == NULL)
bfd_section = output_prev_sec_find (after);
if (bfd_section != NULL && bfd_section != snew)
place->section = &bfd_section->next;
}
if (place->section == NULL)
place->section = &link_info.output_bfd->sections;
as = *place->section;
if (!as)
{
/* Put the section at the end of the list. */
/* Unlink the section. */
bfd_section_list_remove (link_info.output_bfd, snew);
/* Now tack it back on in the right place. */
bfd_section_list_append (link_info.output_bfd, snew);
}
else if (as != snew && as->prev != snew)
{
/* Unlink the section. */
bfd_section_list_remove (link_info.output_bfd, snew);
/* Now tack it back on in the right place. */
bfd_section_list_insert_before (link_info.output_bfd, as, snew);
}
/* Save the end of this list. Further ophans of this type will
follow the one we've just added. */
place->section = &snew->next;
/* The following is non-cosmetic. We try to put the output
statements in some sort of reasonable order here, because they
determine the final load addresses of the orphan sections.
In addition, placing output statements in the wrong order may
require extra segments. For instance, given a typical
situation of all read-only sections placed in one segment and
following that a segment containing all the read-write
sections, we wouldn't want to place an orphan read/write
section before or amongst the read-only ones. */
if (add.head != NULL)
{
lang_output_section_statement_type *newly_added_os;
if (place->stmt == NULL)
{
lang_statement_union_type **where = insert_os_after (after);
*add.tail = *where;
*where = add.head;
place->os_tail = &after->next;
}
else
{
/* Put it after the last orphan statement we added. */
*add.tail = *place->stmt;
*place->stmt = add.head;
}
/* Fix the global list pointer if we happened to tack our
new list at the tail. */
if (*stat_ptr->tail == add.head)
stat_ptr->tail = add.tail;
/* Save the end of this list. */
place->stmt = add.tail;
/* Do the same for the list of output section statements. */
newly_added_os = *os_tail;
*os_tail = NULL;
newly_added_os->prev = (lang_output_section_statement_type *)
((char *) place->os_tail
- offsetof (lang_output_section_statement_type, next));
newly_added_os->next = *place->os_tail;
if (newly_added_os->next != NULL)
newly_added_os->next->prev = newly_added_os;
*place->os_tail = newly_added_os;
place->os_tail = &newly_added_os->next;
/* Fixing the global list pointer here is a little different.
We added to the list in lang_enter_output_section_statement,
trimmed off the new output_section_statment above when
assigning *os_tail = NULL, but possibly added it back in
the same place when assigning *place->os_tail. */
if (*os_tail == NULL)
lang_output_section_statement.tail
= (lang_statement_union_type **) os_tail;
}
}
return os;
}
static void
lang_print_asneeded (void)
{
struct asneeded_minfo *m;
char buf[100];
if (asneeded_list_head == NULL)
return;
sprintf (buf, _("\nAs-needed library included "
"to satisfy reference by file (symbol)\n\n"));
minfo ("%s", buf);
for (m = asneeded_list_head; m != NULL; m = m->next)
{
size_t len;
minfo ("%s", m->soname);
len = strlen (m->soname);
if (len >= 29)
{
print_nl ();
len = 0;
}
while (len < 30)
{
print_space ();
++len;
}
if (m->ref != NULL)
minfo ("%B ", m->ref);
minfo ("(%T)\n", m->name);
}
}
static void
lang_map_flags (flagword flag)
{
if (flag & SEC_ALLOC)
minfo ("a");
if (flag & SEC_CODE)
minfo ("x");
if (flag & SEC_READONLY)
minfo ("r");
if (flag & SEC_DATA)
minfo ("w");
if (flag & SEC_LOAD)
minfo ("l");
}
void
lang_map (void)
{
lang_memory_region_type *m;
bfd_boolean dis_header_printed = FALSE;
LANG_FOR_EACH_INPUT_STATEMENT (file)
{
asection *s;
if ((file->the_bfd->flags & (BFD_LINKER_CREATED | DYNAMIC)) != 0
|| file->flags.just_syms)
continue;
for (s = file->the_bfd->sections; s != NULL; s = s->next)
if ((s->output_section == NULL
|| s->output_section->owner != link_info.output_bfd)
&& (s->flags & (SEC_LINKER_CREATED | SEC_KEEP)) == 0)
{
if (!dis_header_printed)
{
fprintf (config.map_file, _("\nDiscarded input sections\n\n"));
dis_header_printed = TRUE;
}
print_input_section (s, TRUE);
}
}
minfo (_("\nMemory Configuration\n\n"));
fprintf (config.map_file, "%-16s %-18s %-18s %s\n",
_("Name"), _("Origin"), _("Length"), _("Attributes"));
for (m = lang_memory_region_list; m != NULL; m = m->next)
{
char buf[100];
int len;
fprintf (config.map_file, "%-16s ", m->name_list.name);
sprintf_vma (buf, m->origin);
minfo ("0x%s ", buf);
len = strlen (buf);
while (len < 16)
{
print_space ();
++len;
}
minfo ("0x%V", m->length);
if (m->flags || m->not_flags)
{
#ifndef BFD64
minfo (" ");
#endif
if (m->flags)
{
print_space ();
lang_map_flags (m->flags);
}
if (m->not_flags)
{
minfo (" !");
lang_map_flags (m->not_flags);
}
}
print_nl ();
}
fprintf (config.map_file, _("\nLinker script and memory map\n\n"));
if (!link_info.reduce_memory_overheads)
{
obstack_begin (&map_obstack, 1000);
bfd_link_hash_traverse (link_info.hash, sort_def_symbol, 0);
}
lang_statement_iteration++;
print_statements ();
ldemul_extra_map_file_text (link_info.output_bfd, &link_info,
config.map_file);
}
static bfd_boolean
sort_def_symbol (struct bfd_link_hash_entry *hash_entry,
void *info ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED)
{
if ((hash_entry->type == bfd_link_hash_defined
|| hash_entry->type == bfd_link_hash_defweak)
&& hash_entry->u.def.section->owner != link_info.output_bfd
&& hash_entry->u.def.section->owner != NULL)
{
input_section_userdata_type *ud;
struct map_symbol_def *def;
ud = ((input_section_userdata_type *)
get_userdata (hash_entry->u.def.section));
if (!ud)
{
ud = (input_section_userdata_type *) stat_alloc (sizeof (*ud));
get_userdata (hash_entry->u.def.section) = ud;
ud->map_symbol_def_tail = &ud->map_symbol_def_head;
ud->map_symbol_def_count = 0;
}
else if (!ud->map_symbol_def_tail)
ud->map_symbol_def_tail = &ud->map_symbol_def_head;
def = (struct map_symbol_def *) obstack_alloc (&map_obstack, sizeof *def);
def->entry = hash_entry;
*(ud->map_symbol_def_tail) = def;
ud->map_symbol_def_tail = &def->next;
ud->map_symbol_def_count++;
}
return TRUE;
}
/* Initialize an output section. */
static void
init_os (lang_output_section_statement_type *s, flagword flags)
{
if (strcmp (s->name, DISCARD_SECTION_NAME) == 0)
einfo (_("%P%F: Illegal use of `%s' section\n"), DISCARD_SECTION_NAME);
if (s->constraint != SPECIAL)
s->bfd_section = bfd_get_section_by_name (link_info.output_bfd, s->name);
if (s->bfd_section == NULL)
s->bfd_section = bfd_make_section_anyway_with_flags (link_info.output_bfd,
s->name, flags);
if (s->bfd_section == NULL)
{
einfo (_("%P%F: output format %s cannot represent section"
" called %s: %E\n"),
link_info.output_bfd->xvec->name, s->name);
}
s->bfd_section->output_section = s->bfd_section;
s->bfd_section->output_offset = 0;
/* Set the userdata of the output section to the output section
statement to avoid lookup. */
get_userdata (s->bfd_section) = s;
/* If there is a base address, make sure that any sections it might
mention are initialized. */
if (s->addr_tree != NULL)
exp_init_os (s->addr_tree);
if (s->load_base != NULL)
exp_init_os (s->load_base);
/* If supplied an alignment, set it. */
if (s->section_alignment != -1)
s->bfd_section->alignment_power = s->section_alignment;
}
/* Make sure that all output sections mentioned in an expression are
initialized. */
static void
exp_init_os (etree_type *exp)
{
switch (exp->type.node_class)
{
case etree_assign:
case etree_provide:
exp_init_os (exp->assign.src);
break;
case etree_binary:
exp_init_os (exp->binary.lhs);
exp_init_os (exp->binary.rhs);
break;
case etree_trinary:
exp_init_os (exp->trinary.cond);
exp_init_os (exp->trinary.lhs);
exp_init_os (exp->trinary.rhs);
break;
case etree_assert:
exp_init_os (exp->assert_s.child);
break;
case etree_unary:
exp_init_os (exp->unary.child);
break;
case etree_name:
switch (exp->type.node_code)
{
case ADDR:
case LOADADDR:
case SIZEOF:
{
lang_output_section_statement_type *os;
os = lang_output_section_find (exp->name.name);
if (os != NULL && os->bfd_section == NULL)
init_os (os, 0);
}
}
break;
default:
break;
}
}
static void
section_already_linked (bfd *abfd, asection *sec, void *data)
{
lang_input_statement_type *entry = (lang_input_statement_type *) data;
/* If we are only reading symbols from this object, then we want to
discard all sections. */
if (entry->flags.just_syms)
{
bfd_link_just_syms (abfd, sec, &link_info);
return;
}
if (!(abfd->flags & DYNAMIC))
bfd_section_already_linked (abfd, sec, &link_info);
}
/* The wild routines.
These expand statements like *(.text) and foo.o to a list of
explicit actions, like foo.o(.text), bar.o(.text) and
foo.o(.text, .data). */
/* Add SECTION to the output section OUTPUT. Do this by creating a
lang_input_section statement which is placed at PTR. */
void
lang_add_section (lang_statement_list_type *ptr,
asection *section,
struct flag_info *sflag_info,
lang_output_section_statement_type *output)
{
flagword flags = section->flags;
bfd_boolean discard;
lang_input_section_type *new_section;
bfd *abfd = link_info.output_bfd;
/* Discard sections marked with SEC_EXCLUDE. */
discard = (flags & SEC_EXCLUDE) != 0;
/* Discard input sections which are assigned to a section named
DISCARD_SECTION_NAME. */
if (strcmp (output->name, DISCARD_SECTION_NAME) == 0)
discard = TRUE;
/* Discard debugging sections if we are stripping debugging
information. */
if ((link_info.strip == strip_debugger || link_info.strip == strip_all)
&& (flags & SEC_DEBUGGING) != 0)
discard = TRUE;
if (discard)
{
if (section->output_section == NULL)
{
/* This prevents future calls from assigning this section. */
section->output_section = bfd_abs_section_ptr;
}
return;
}
if (sflag_info)
{
bfd_boolean keep;
keep = bfd_lookup_section_flags (&link_info, sflag_info, section);
if (!keep)
return;
}
if (section->output_section != NULL)
return;
/* We don't copy the SEC_NEVER_LOAD flag from an input section
to an output section, because we want to be able to include a
SEC_NEVER_LOAD section in the middle of an otherwise loaded
section (I don't know why we want to do this, but we do).
build_link_order in ldwrite.c handles this case by turning
the embedded SEC_NEVER_LOAD section into a fill. */
flags &= ~ SEC_NEVER_LOAD;
/* If final link, don't copy the SEC_LINK_ONCE flags, they've
already been processed. One reason to do this is that on pe
format targets, .text$foo sections go into .text and it's odd
to see .text with SEC_LINK_ONCE set. */
if (!bfd_link_relocatable (&link_info))
flags &= ~(SEC_LINK_ONCE | SEC_LINK_DUPLICATES | SEC_RELOC);
switch (output->sectype)
{
case normal_section:
case overlay_section:
break;
case noalloc_section:
flags &= ~SEC_ALLOC;
break;
case noload_section:
flags &= ~SEC_LOAD;
flags |= SEC_NEVER_LOAD;
/* Unfortunately GNU ld has managed to evolve two different
meanings to NOLOAD in scripts. ELF gets a .bss style noload,
alloc, no contents section. All others get a noload, noalloc
section. */
if (bfd_get_flavour (link_info.output_bfd) == bfd_target_elf_flavour)
flags &= ~SEC_HAS_CONTENTS;
else
flags &= ~SEC_ALLOC;
break;
}
if (output->bfd_section == NULL)
init_os (output, flags);
/* If SEC_READONLY is not set in the input section, then clear
it from the output section. */
output->bfd_section->flags &= flags | ~SEC_READONLY;
if (output->bfd_section->linker_has_input)
{
/* Only set SEC_READONLY flag on the first input section. */
flags &= ~ SEC_READONLY;
/* Keep SEC_MERGE and SEC_STRINGS only if they are the same. */
if ((output->bfd_section->flags & (SEC_MERGE | SEC_STRINGS))
!= (flags & (SEC_MERGE | SEC_STRINGS))
|| ((flags & SEC_MERGE) != 0
&& output->bfd_section->entsize != section->entsize))
{
output->bfd_section->flags &= ~ (SEC_MERGE | SEC_STRINGS);
flags &= ~ (SEC_MERGE | SEC_STRINGS);
}
}
output->bfd_section->flags |= flags;
if (!output->bfd_section->linker_has_input)
{
output->bfd_section->linker_has_input = 1;
/* This must happen after flags have been updated. The output
section may have been created before we saw its first input
section, eg. for a data statement. */
bfd_init_private_section_data (section->owner, section,
link_info.output_bfd,
output->bfd_section,
&link_info);
if ((flags & SEC_MERGE) != 0)
output->bfd_section->entsize = section->entsize;
}
if ((flags & SEC_TIC54X_BLOCK) != 0
&& bfd_get_arch (section->owner) == bfd_arch_tic54x)
{
/* FIXME: This value should really be obtained from the bfd... */
output->block_value = 128;
}
if (section->alignment_power > output->bfd_section->alignment_power)
output->bfd_section->alignment_power = section->alignment_power;
section->output_section = output->bfd_section;
if (!map_head_is_link_order)
{
asection *s = output->bfd_section->map_tail.s;
output->bfd_section->map_tail.s = section;
section->map_head.s = NULL;
section->map_tail.s = s;
if (s != NULL)
s->map_head.s = section;
else
output->bfd_section->map_head.s = section;
}
/* Add a section reference to the list. */
new_section = new_stat (lang_input_section, ptr);
new_section->section = section;
}
/* Handle wildcard sorting. This returns the lang_input_section which
should follow the one we are going to create for SECTION and FILE,
based on the sorting requirements of WILD. It returns NULL if the
new section should just go at the end of the current list. */
static lang_statement_union_type *
wild_sort (lang_wild_statement_type *wild,
struct wildcard_list *sec,
lang_input_statement_type *file,
asection *section)
{
lang_statement_union_type *l;
if (!wild->filenames_sorted
&& (sec == NULL || sec->spec.sorted == none))
return NULL;
for (l = wild->children.head; l != NULL; l = l->header.next)
{
lang_input_section_type *ls;
if (l->header.type != lang_input_section_enum)
continue;
ls = &l->input_section;
/* Sorting by filename takes precedence over sorting by section
name. */
if (wild->filenames_sorted)
{
const char *fn, *ln;
bfd_boolean fa, la;
int i;
/* The PE support for the .idata section as generated by
dlltool assumes that files will be sorted by the name of
the archive and then the name of the file within the
archive. */
if (file->the_bfd != NULL
&& file->the_bfd->my_archive != NULL)
{
fn = bfd_get_filename (file->the_bfd->my_archive);
fa = TRUE;
}
else
{
fn = file->filename;
fa = FALSE;
}
if (ls->section->owner->my_archive != NULL)
{
ln = bfd_get_filename (ls->section->owner->my_archive);
la = TRUE;
}
else
{
ln = ls->section->owner->filename;
la = FALSE;
}
i = filename_cmp (fn, ln);
if (i > 0)
continue;
else if (i < 0)
break;
if (fa || la)
{
if (fa)
fn = file->filename;
if (la)
ln = ls->section->owner->filename;
i = filename_cmp (fn, ln);
if (i > 0)
continue;
else if (i < 0)
break;
}
}
/* Here either the files are not sorted by name, or we are
looking at the sections for this file. */
if (sec != NULL
&& sec->spec.sorted != none
&& sec->spec.sorted != by_none)
if (compare_section (sec->spec.sorted, section, ls->section) < 0)
break;
}
return l;
}
/* Expand a wild statement for a particular FILE. SECTION may be
NULL, in which case it is a wild card. */
static void
output_section_callback (lang_wild_statement_type *ptr,
struct wildcard_list *sec,
asection *section,
struct flag_info *sflag_info,
lang_input_statement_type *file,
void *output)
{
lang_statement_union_type *before;
lang_output_section_statement_type *os;
os = (lang_output_section_statement_type *) output;
/* Exclude sections that match UNIQUE_SECTION_LIST. */
if (unique_section_p (section, os))
return;
before = wild_sort (ptr, sec, file, section);
/* Here BEFORE points to the lang_input_section which
should follow the one we are about to add. If BEFORE
is NULL, then the section should just go at the end
of the current list. */
if (before == NULL)
lang_add_section (&ptr->children, section, sflag_info, os);
else
{
lang_statement_list_type list;
lang_statement_union_type **pp;
lang_list_init (&list);
lang_add_section (&list, section, sflag_info, os);
/* If we are discarding the section, LIST.HEAD will
be NULL. */
if (list.head != NULL)
{
ASSERT (list.head->header.next == NULL);
for (pp = &ptr->children.head;
*pp != before;
pp = &(*pp)->header.next)
ASSERT (*pp != NULL);
list.head->header.next = *pp;
*pp = list.head;
}
}
}
/* Check if all sections in a wild statement for a particular FILE
are readonly. */
static void
check_section_callback (lang_wild_statement_type *ptr ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
struct wildcard_list *sec ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
asection *section,
struct flag_info *sflag_info ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
lang_input_statement_type *file ATTRIBUTE_UNUSED,
void *output)
{
lang_output_section_statement_type *os;
os = (lang_output_section_statement_type *) output;
/* Exclude sections that match UNIQUE_SECTION_LIST. */
if (unique_section_p (section, os))
return;
if (section->output_section == NULL && (section->flags & SEC_READONLY) == 0)
os->all_input_readonly = FALSE;
}
/* This is passed a file name which must have been seen already and
added to the statement tree. We will see if it has been opened
already and had its symbols read. If not then we'll read it. */
static lang_input_statement_type *
lookup_name (const char *name)
{
lang_input_statement_type *search;
for (search = (lang_input_statement_type *) input_file_chain.head;
search != NULL;
search = (lang_input_statement_type *) search->next_real_file)
{
/* Use the local_sym_name as the name of the file that has
already been loaded as filename might have been transformed
via the search directory lookup mechanism. */
const char *filename = search->local_sym_name;
if (filename != NULL
&& filename_cmp (filename, name) == 0)
break;
}
if (search == NULL)
search = new_afile (name, lang_input_file_is_search_file_enum,
default_target, FALSE);
/* If we have already added this file, or this file is not real
don't add this file. */
if (search->flags.loaded || !search->flags.real)
return search;
if (!load_symbols (search, NULL))
return NULL;
return search;
}
/* Save LIST as a list of libraries whose symbols should not be exported. */
struct excluded_lib
{
char *name;
struct excluded_lib *next;
};
static struct excluded_lib *excluded_libs;
void
add_excluded_libs (const char *list)
{
const char *p = list, *end;
while (*p != '\0')
{
struct excluded_lib *entry;
end = strpbrk (p, ",:");
if (end == NULL)
end = p + strlen (p);
entry = (struct excluded_lib *) xmalloc (sizeof (*entry));
entry->next = excluded_libs;
entry->name = (char *) xmalloc (end - p + 1);
memcpy (entry->name, p, end - p);
entry->name[end - p] = '\0';
excluded_libs = entry;
if (*end == '\0')
break;
p = end + 1;
}
}
static void
check_excluded_libs (bfd *abfd)
{
struct excluded_lib *lib = excluded_libs;
while (lib)
{
int len = strlen (lib->name);
const char *filename = lbasename (abfd->filename);
if (strcmp (lib->name, "ALL") == 0)
{
abfd->no_export = TRUE;
return;
}
if (filename_ncmp (lib->name, filename, len) == 0
&& (filename[len] == '\0'
|| (filename[len] == '.' && filename[len + 1] == 'a'
&& filename[len + 2] == '\0')))
{
abfd->no_export = TRUE;
return;
}
lib = lib->next;
}
}
/* Get the symbols for an input file. */
bfd_boolean
load_symbols (lang_input_statement_type *entry,
lang_statement_list_type *place)
{
char **matching;
if (entry->flags.loaded)
return TRUE;
ldfile_open_file (entry);
/* Do not process further if the file was missing. */
if (entry->flags.missing_file)
return TRUE;
if (!bfd_check_format (entry->the_bfd, bfd_archive)
&& !bfd_check_format_matches (entry->the_bfd, bfd_object, &matching))
{
bfd_error_type err;
struct lang_input_statement_flags save_flags;
extern FILE *yyin;
err = bfd_get_error ();
/* See if the emulation has some special knowledge. */
if (ldemul_unrecognized_file (entry))
return TRUE;
if (err == bfd_error_file_ambiguously_recognized)
{
char **p;
einfo (_("%B: file not recognized: %E\n"), entry->the_bfd);
einfo (_("%B: matching formats:"), entry->the_bfd);
for (p = matching; *p != NULL; p++)
einfo (" %s", *p);
einfo ("%F\n");
}
else if (err != bfd_error_file_not_recognized
|| place == NULL)
einfo (_("%F%B: file not recognized: %E\n"), entry->the_bfd);
bfd_close (entry->the_bfd);
entry->the_bfd = NULL;
/* Try to interpret the file as a linker script. */
save_flags = input_flags;
ldfile_open_command_file (entry->filename);
push_stat_ptr (place);
input_flags.add_DT_NEEDED_for_regular
= entry->flags.add_DT_NEEDED_for_regular;
input_flags.add_DT_NEEDED_for_dynamic
= entry->flags.add_DT_NEEDED_for_dynamic;
input_flags.whole_archive = entry->flags.whole_archive;
input_flags.dynamic = entry->flags.dynamic;