Thank you for your reply.
I will do the checking.
Yoriko Komatsuzaki (firstname.lastname@example.org)
System Software Development Department
Common Technology Division
Technology Development Group
> On Tue, Jan 29, 2008 at 01:32:20PM +0900, Yoriko Komatsuzaki wrote:
> > Because even though UNDEF symbol is found,
> > it can process as global symbol for the rare occasion.
> > This phenomena is showed only in mips. When libstdc++ is linked in
> > proior libc, the malloc's entry in libstdc++ MIPS.stubs table seemed to
> > be recognized as the malloc global symbol ...
> > How do you feel about it?
> On Mon, May 26, 2008 at 11:51:56AM -0600, Chris Friesen wrote:
> > On MIPS, the DEFAULT returns the address of this libraries undefined
> > symbol for the extern and NEXT returns our external procedure. Putting
> > in a second RTLD_NEXT call returned the real sigaction address.
> > This worked for most procedures we are looking for. However, during
> > booting, we have an app that uses a specific library which has an extern
> > for sigaction as well and now in the preloaded code we need a fourth call
> > to dlsym to skip that one.
> Hi folks,
> This bug is fixed as a by-product of support for non-PIC MIPS
> executables. Either Richard's patch or CodeSourcery's, applied to
> glibc, should suffice. It'll be another week or two at least before
> they're applied to CVS, but in the mean time you can find them here:
> Daniel Jacobowitz