Subject: shared libs and impure text on sparc64
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From: Frank Cusack <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/23/2002 01:56:45
Can folks knowledgeable in the intracacies of ELF take a look at pr #16089?
<http://www.netbsd.org/cgi-bin/query-pr-single.pl?number=16089> for your
I did some google searching and found some references to 'impure text'
bugs in earlier egcs versions. (From what I can gather, impure text
are unrelocateable references and are a no-no in shared libs, and the
compiler (or assembler?) is mistakenly generating it. But that's just
an uninformed guess.)
I'm trying to get cyrus going on a sparc64 machine and it's useless
without the cyradm program.
At least I'm hoping to hear whether or not it's a compiler/toolchain bug,
if not an actual solution. :-)