Subject: RFC: splitting out libopcodes from libbfd.
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From: matthew green <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/23/2003 15:19:15
i'm in the process of updating binutils in our tree, and i've hit a
problem i'd like some other comments on before proceeding.
currently, we build libbfd & libopcodes together into a single
libbfd that is installed. this is problematic because the CFLAGS
for these two entities are merged in gnu/lib/libbfd, but in the
distribution, they are disjoint, and, in 2.13, they are conflicting.
in particular, opcodes defines SHMEDIA_INCLUDE in Makefile while
bfd defines it in individual .c files that include elf32-sh.c..
with the current system, those .c files that _do not_ normally
define SHMEDIA_INCLUDE are having it defined, which is causing
lossage (symbols missing because they shouldn't be being used at
i think we should formally split libopcodes out of libbfd. the
other option is to build opcodes in gnu/lib/libbfd/opcodes and
link that into libbfd, but it seems to me we'd be smarter to move
closer to the real method of building.
ps: i am using binutils 126.96.36.199.