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Re: dlclose not calling destructors of static variables.
On 01/02/2010 21:24, Dave Korn wrote:
On 01/02/2010 20:45, Andrew wrote:
I'm not looking to submit a patch to fix this, I'll leave that up to the
professionals who have a better idea about the whole picture. It's just
I've hit a brick wall with my code with this bug so I'm looking for some
work arounds for myself.
No, really, you've been a ton of help, thanks a million. Try the patch I
just posted to the cygwin-patches list, on top of current CVS:
That should get you going with your current DLLs.
Next step is to add the cxx abi functions. I found an old patch lying
around, seems I started looking at this back in August and then lost track of
it somehow (probably in the rush approaching the end of gcc stage 1, I guess),
so I owe you apologies for the inconvenience.
O.k. I've changed remove_dll_atexit to;
remove_dll_atexit (const dll *d)
unsigned char *dll_beg = (unsigned char *) d->handle + 0x1000;
unsigned char *dll_end = (unsigned char *) d->p.data_start;
That should cover the entire .text section for the dll. Offset the handle by 0x1000
to skip the file header and section alignment, and data_start to get the end of the
.text section. I noticed in patch you linked that you also tested against bss_end.
Doesn't bss_end always come after data_end so if the first if statement matches the
second will as well? And is it possible to have atexit functions within the data
( non executable code ) section?
I tested my changes against my simple test case and against my full program and they
both seems to work fine.
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