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转发: Call into a function?


Not really.
Here is my options: 
gcc --static test.c -o test
Thx!
-----邮件原件-----
发件人: James E Wilson [mailto:wilson@specifixinc.com] 
发送时间: 2005年4月21日 11:32
收件人: Zhenyu Guo
抄送: gcc@gcc.gnu.org
主题: Re: Call into a function?


Zhenyu Guo wrote:
> 0x4000000000000720 <gmon_initializer+48>:       [BBB]       nop.b 0x0
> 0x4000000000000721 <gmon_initializer+49>:             (p08)
> br.cond.dpnt.few 0x4000000000000740 <gmon_initializer+80>
> 0x4000000000000722 <gmon_initializer+50>: br.call.sptk.many 
> b0=0x4000000000000720 <gmon_initializer+48>;;

Most likely this means that you are looking at unlinked (i.e. 
unrelocated) code.  Did you run objdump on a .o file?  In this case, the

actual call address is in the relocation.  Try objdump -r and you will 
see a relocation for the address 0x4000000000000722 that contains the 
actual call target.  Also try objdump -r -d.
-- 
Jim Wilson, GNU Tools Support, http://www.SpecifixInc.com


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