[patch] libsanitizer

Bernd Schmidt bschmidt@redhat.com
Mon Jan 11 18:28:00 GMT 2016


On 11/10/2015 11:00 PM, Andreas Tobler wrote:
> the attached patch removes the hard-coded requirement for the link
> operation with -ldl. On FreeBSD we do not need that, it breaks compilation.
>
>
>   # Common libraries that we need to link against for all sanitizer libs.
> -link_sanitizer_common='-lpthread -ldl -lm'
> +link_sanitizer_common='-lpthread -lm'
>
>   # At least for glibc, shm_open is in librt.  But don't pull that
>   # in if it still doesn't give us the function we want.  This
> @@ -130,6 +130,12 @@
>   # Other sanitizers do not override clock_* API
>   ])
>
> +# Do a configure time check for -ldl
> +AC_CHECK_LIB(dl, dlsym,
> +  [link_libasan="-ldl $link_libasan"
> +link_libtsan="-ldl $link_libtsan"
> +])
> +

Why not add this to link_sanitizer_common, just after the similar check 
for shm_open? I'm not entirely sure how libsanitizer is structured, but 
I see references to dlsym inside the sanitizer_common directory.


Bernd



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