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Re: usage of --start-group and --end-group

yeah, It works if places -lintl -lz to the end of the cmd.
I think It will work with --start-group/--end-group, but It doesn't  .

2018-05-17 15:34 GMT+08:00 Jonathan Wakely <>:
> On 17 May 2018 at 07:58, tong chen wrote:
>> hi, all:
>>    I'm compiling of elfutils with:
>> cc -std=gnu99 -Wall -Wshadow -Wformat=2 -Wold-style-definition
>> -Wstrict-prototypes -Werror -Wunused -Wextra -Wstack-usage=262144
>> -I/home/tom/new_from_st_170401/code/code/julp/build/host/include
>> -fgnu89-inline -fbuiltin
>> -L/home/tom/new_from_st_170401/code/code/julp/build/host/lib  -lintl
>> -lz  -o -shared -o
>> -Wl,--whole-archive,./libelf/libelf_pic.a,--no-whole-archive,--no-undefined
>>  -Wl,--version-script,./libelf/,--no-undefined
>> -Wl,--soname,,-z,defs,-z,relro
>>     It reports some undefined reference from  libelf_pic.a archive.
>> But if surround "-lint -lz" with --start-group/--end-group, like this:
>>     -Wl,--start-group -lintl -lz  -Wl,--end-group
>>     It still reports undefined symbols. To remove this error, I must
>> place "-lint -lz" in the end of the cmd, after libelf_pic.a.
>>     Am I using wrong? lintl and lz archives seem haven't been searched
>> repeatedly.
> Have you tried moving -lint -lz to the end of the command?

Tom Chen

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