[parisc-linux] test6 merge
21 Aug 2000 13:01:12 -0400
Richard Hirst <email@example.com> writes:
> Those two files have a number of function names in common; they are
> declared static, so it shouldn't matter. ncr_chip_reset() is one
> example. In practice, the code in ncr53c8xx.c tries to call its local
> ncr_chip_reset(), but ends up in the ncr_chip_reset() function in
> It appeared to work fine with 2.3.99pre8, and I havn't changed my
> cross compiler.
I'm not seeing this problem here, at least, not based on an
examination of the kernel's object code.
In mine I have:
sym53c8xx: ncr_chip_reset = c01cdec0 (a4)
ncr_attach = c02a37e4 (934)
ncr53c8xx: ncr_chip_reset = c01cdf80 (e8)
ncr_attach = c02a6ff0 (5d8)
Where ncr_attach calls ncr_chip_reset, it looks like:
1d34: 0e b3 12 80 stw r19,0(sr0,r21)
1d38: 08 03 02 5a copy r3,r26
1d3c: e8 40 00 00 b,l 1d44 <ncr_attach+0x354>,rp
1d3c: R_PARISC_PCREL17F ncr_chip_reset
And in the object file, we have:
c02a7334: 0e b3 12 80 stw r19,0(sr0,r21)
c02a7338: 08 03 02 5a copy r3,r26
c02a733c: e8 58 12 fd b,l c0298cc0 <__init_begin+0xcc0>,rp
Pointing at this stub:
c0298cc0: 20 26 f8 03 ldil -3fe32800,r1
c0298cc4: e0 20 2f 02 be,n 780(sr4,r1)
0x780 - 0x3fe32800 = 0xc01cdf80, which is the right one.
This is with today's binutils.
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