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> From: "Andreas Lund" <>
> Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 20:36:37 +0100

> Where can i get some information about how to handle the
> entries?

I CC:ed this to the binutils mailing list which is the proper
forum: it is the assembler that creates the relocations from the
.vtable_inherit and .vtable_entry pseudo-directives, and the
linker that handles them.

In short, they provide garbage-collect information for C++
virtual-function tables when -fvtable-gc is passed to gcc.
I'd recommend not to use that option; it does not function

> Im currently trying to make an elf-loader for ecos and
> are having som difficulties with these relocations.
> Im using gcc 2.95.2 and binutils 2.10.1

These relocations should be gone by the time the executable
(with or without DSO:s) reach your loader.  It would be a bug if
they are still present there, assuming your loader expects a
fully linked (or dynamically linked) executable.  Do you see
these relocations in the executable?

brgds, H-P

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