[GCC 3.2] dll/exe exceptions patch
Mon Aug 5 17:38:00 GMT 2002
--- Danny Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > I have modified the
Adriano dos Santos Fernandes patchset somewhat so that
> can be used with both cygwin and mingw, changing "mingw" to "w32" in symbol
> names and taking out changes to the mingw runtime and put in gcc runtime.
> Instead of calling __w32_initialize_shared_ptr from __main, it is called by a
> constructor from crtend.o so it happens at same time as registration of
> eh_frame. The w32-shared-ptr.c code ends up in a startup module I have called
Putting into new startup module (crts.o) may cause potential problem with ld
--export-all, with the the symbols being exported from every dll that uses
--export-all (either explicitly or by default rules). This hasn't created any
actual problems in my tests, but it seems dangerous.
One fixup would be to add yet another default exclude to ld/pe-dll.c. The
other is to put the module into something alrady excluded. I've chosen to do
the latter and added as an LIB2FUNCS_EXTRA to be put in libgcc.a.
I will commit the revised patchset after regression tests have been completed.
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