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[Bug c++/29359] bad relocation section name `' in .o causes segv of ld.



------- Comment #5 from jmbnyc at gmail dot com  2006-10-05 18:27 -------
Subject: Re:  bad relocation section name `' in .o causes segv of ld.

Look, I am not trying to be a jerk, but this new filing has a test
case associated with it (another thing that you asked for). In
addition, I took your advice and filed the bug with binutils. However,
I now believe that the problem is with gcc and not ld. You based your
judgement on the segv coming from ld. If you look at the test and come
to the same conclusion then I will not bother you again.

This problem is causing me great pain. Every time I change code, I get
this problem
and thus I can't get anything accomplished.

/JMB

On 5 Oct 2006 18:19:30 -0000, pinskia at gcc dot gnu dot org
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> Didn't I already tell you to post this to binutils?
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