Commit dc1bc0c9 authored by Richard Henderson's avatar Richard Henderson
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Franz Sirl <Franz.Sirl-kernel@lauterbach.com>

        * elf32-ppc.c (ppc_elf_relocate_section): Don't barf on out of
        range undefweak symbols.
        * hash.c: Add missing comma after @xref{}
        * linker.c: Likewise.
parent 79e5982f
1999-06-04 Franz Sirl <Franz.Sirl-kernel@lauterbach.com>
* elf32-ppc.c (ppc_elf_relocate_section): Don't barf on out of
range undefweak symbols.
* hash.c: Add missing comma after @xref{}
* linker.c: Likewise.
1999-06-04 Nick Clifton <nickc@cygnus.com>
* elfxx-target.h (ELF_MAXPAGESIZE): Produce an error message
......
......@@ -3751,47 +3751,52 @@ ppc_elf_relocate_section (output_bfd, info, input_bfd, input_section,
relocation,
addend);
if (r != bfd_reloc_ok)
if (r == bfd_reloc_ok)
;
else if (r == bfd_reloc_overflow)
{
ret = false;
switch (r)
const char *name;
if (h != NULL)
{
default:
break;
if (h->root.type == bfd_link_hash_undefweak
&& howto->pc_relative)
{
/* Assume this is a call protected by other code that
detect the symbol is undefined. If this is the case,
we can safely ignore the overflow. If not, the
program is hosed anyway, and a little warning isn't
going to help. */
case bfd_reloc_overflow:
{
const char *name;
if (h != NULL)
name = h->root.root.string;
else
{
name = bfd_elf_string_from_elf_section (input_bfd,
symtab_hdr->sh_link,
sym->st_name);
if (name == NULL)
break;
if (*name == '\0')
name = bfd_section_name (input_bfd, sec);
}
(*info->callbacks->reloc_overflow)(info,
name,
howto->name,
(bfd_vma) 0,
input_bfd,
input_section,
offset);
}
break;
continue;
}
name = h->root.root.string;
}
else
{
name = bfd_elf_string_from_elf_section (input_bfd,
symtab_hdr->sh_link,
sym->st_name);
if (name == NULL)
continue;
if (*name == '\0')
name = bfd_section_name (input_bfd, sec);
}
(*info->callbacks->reloc_overflow)(info,
name,
howto->name,
(bfd_vma) 0,
input_bfd,
input_section,
offset);
ret = false;
}
else
ret = false;
}
#ifdef DEBUG
fprintf (stderr, "\n");
#endif
......
......@@ -73,7 +73,7 @@ SUBSECTION
The function <<bfd_hash_table_init>> take as an argument a
function to use to create new entries. For a basic hash
table, use the function <<bfd_hash_newfunc>>. @xref{Deriving
a New Hash Table Type} for why you would want to use a
a New Hash Table Type}, for why you would want to use a
different value for this argument.
@findex bfd_hash_allocate
......
......@@ -74,7 +74,7 @@ SUBSECTION
@cindex target vector (_bfd_link_hash_table_create)
The linker routines must create a hash table, which must be
derived from <<struct bfd_link_hash_table>> described in
<<bfdlink.c>>. @xref{Hash Tables} for information on how to
<<bfdlink.c>>. @xref{Hash Tables}, for information on how to
create a derived hash table. This entry point is called using
the target vector of the linker output file.
......
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