> > Changing the alias for __phtread_once to
> > extern int __phtread_once(void) __attribute__ ((weak));
> > makes st_value=0 in libc, making the entry
> > look the same as in glibc.
> hmm, this is not quite true. The binding in glibc is WEAK, but
> the above trick makes the binding GLOBAL in uClibc.
__phtread_once becoms WEAK if add "weak_function" to the
declaration in libc/inet/rpc/rpc_thread.c:
extern weak_function int __pthread_once (pthread_once_t *__once_control,
void (*__init_routine) (void));
and remove the it compleatly from libc/misc/pthread/weaks.c
Now __phtread_once matches glibc, execpt for the reloc type. In glibc
you get a R_PPC_GLOB_DAT and in uClibc a R_PPC_ADDR32. Don't think that matters.
Is it desirable to match the pthread_ functions with glibc?
I havn't tried to run any code with these changes, so I have no
idea if it actually works.