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Re: [PATCH] Don't use .gnu.linkonce with COMDAT


Andrew Pinski wrote:
Daniel Jacobowitz wrote:


How does this patch interact with non-GNU linkers?  This is one of the
problems with version-number based checks...

All the ld_vers* stuff is conditionalized on GNU ld, so I think this patch would disable COMDAT for non-GNU linkers. Julian, I suggest you change it so that if $ld_vers is empty, you just set HAVE_COMDAT_GROUP based on the the assembler, as is done at present. That's no more or less broken than the current state.


This bit:

+ 	  memcpy (rname, ".rodata", 7);
+ 	  memcpy (rname + 7, name + 5, len - 5);

We shouldn't right "7" and such here; use strlen (".rodata"), instead. GCC knows to collapse that at compile time. And, for that matter, just use strcpy; GCC knows to turn that into more efficient operations if the string is known.


Why not just use strcpy and strcat?
If GCC does not optimize the strcat into a memcpy, please file a bug.

The reason was to be consistent with code later in the same function. I'll change it.


Cheers,

Julian


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